Director Francis Ford Coppola follows slightly distraught Bernard (Peter Kastner) into early sleaze-era Times Square, where he's spotted by friendly fellow library employee Amy (Karen Black, in her first movie), in You're A Big Boy Now, 1966.
Mayor John Lindsay intervened to get Francis Ford Coppola and crew approved to shoot in the main New York Public library, into which Elizabeth Hartman struts, drawing the attention of stack boy Peter Kastner, Tony Bill his buddy, opening You're A Big Boy Now, 1966.
More than 30 minutes into the picture, director Francis Ford Coppola launches his second formal character sketch, of chilly Barbara (Elizabeth Hartman), whom his hero has been chasing, with her chronicler (Michael Dunn) and grabby doctor (Michael O'Sullivan), in You're A Big Boy Now, 1966.
With buddy Raef (Tony Bill), New York Public Library employee Bernard (Peter Kastner) is summoned by his father (Rip Torn), who holds a portentous library title, and his neurotic mother (Geraldine Page), with Karen Black just glimpsed, early in Francis Ford Coppola's You're A Big Boy Now, 1966.
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