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A brief message to all the people involved in the making of the Teen Movies, Cult Movies & Blockbusters featured on this Website. This site is dedicated to you all, (be it, actors, actresses, directors, producers, make-up artists, script writers, editors, special effects people, stunt men, camera men, general assistants etc...) in appreciation for the joy & happiness that you have given to the millions of fans out there who love & adore your movies. We welcome you to this site & if you would like to become involved in anyway, no matter how small, it would be truly appreciated. We would love to hear from you and feature your comments on this site. It would be a thrill & a major plus for me personally & for the adoring film fans who visit this Website.

Also any fans out there that would like to make comments, suggestions or submit photos which may be used to improve & assist the growth of this Website please do so at the following email address:  

In conclusion, I hope this Website will prove to be interesting, entertaining, informative & enjoyable to all the Teen Movie Fans from around the World. All the best & have fun watching Teen Movies.  

Bye for now.
Tony ( Webmaster: www.hollywoodteenmovies.com )
As you may have already guessed, my name is Tony & I have a passion for Teen Movies, new & old. I have watched them for as long as I can remember & this Website is dedicated to them. It gives me the opportunity to share with you my enjoyment & happy memories of these Movies. The aim of my Website is to provide you with information, pictures, posters, history, trivia, & the latest news on the most popular Teen Movies ever made. "Hollywood Teen Movies" will take you on a journey from the 1950's to the New Millennium.
The 1950's was the decade which marked the birth of the Hollywood Teen Movie. It was a period that launched the careers of Marlon Brando ("The Wild One"), James Dean ("Rebel Without A Cause") & Elvis Presley ("Jailhouse Rock"). It was also the decade that introduced Rock 'n' Roll music to Teen Movies. Who can forget the opening credits of "Blackboard Jungle" which featured Bill Haley's smash hit "Rock Around The Clock". In no time at all the song inspired a string of Teen Musicals such as "Don't Knock The Rock", "Shake Rattle and Rock", "Rock, Rock, Rock and the film that started it all, the original  "Rock Around The Clock". The 1960's marked the beginning of the Teen Beach Movies which made household names of stars like Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello & Fabian. It was also the decade of the famous & very popular "Gidget" film series."
The early 1970's were a slow period for Teen Movies, with one exception, George Lucas' "American Graffiti"(1973). Richard Dreyfuss leads the all-star cast in this classic tale about teens coming of age after high school graduation. The decade picked up towards the end with two John Travolta Dance Musicals , "Saturday Night Fever" (1977) & "Grease"(1978). More blockbuster Teen Movies followed "National Lampoon's Animal House" (1978) starring John Belushi as Bluto, the unforgettable, vulgar & biggest slob of them all and "Meatballs" (1979), the first summer camp comedy starring Bill Murray. The end of the 1970's marked the beginning of the "Lemon Popsicle" (1979) series and paved the way for the teen sex comedies that would become popular in the 1980's.
The 1980's are considered by many to be "The Golden Age of Teen Movies" & this period is featured strongly on this Website. AIthough I was not yet a teenager in the 80's I still managed to see quite a few of these films at the cinema during this period. Those that I missed, I was fortunate enough to catch on video in my teenage years during the 90's. I have many pleasant  & happy memories of watching these films. The Teen Queen of the 1980's was Molly Ringwald. She was box office gold in teen hits such as "Sixteen Candles", "The Breakfast Club" & the unforgettable "Pretty In Pink". The man responsible for these and other classic Teen Movies during the 1980's was writer/director John Hughes. In 1986 Teen Movies and Teen Actors received world attention when Molly Ringwald had the honor of gracing the cover of Time Magazine.
During the 1980's there were literally hundreds of Teen Movies released.  Some of the Teen Classics of this era would have to include: Porky's, Back To The Future, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Weird Science, Revenge of The Nerds, Risky Business, Can't Buy Me Love, Girls Just Want To Have Fun, Fast Times At Ridgemont High, Some Kind of Wonderful, License to Drive, St. Elmo's Fire, The Karate Kid, The Last American Virgin and the list goes on & on.
The Teen films of the early 1990's were few & far between until 1995 when Alicia Silverstone exploded onto the screen in the box office smash hit "Clueless".  This film did not only catapult Alicia's career but sparked off a new wave of Teen Movies that have continued on into the New Millennium. In the late 90's Teen Movies flooded the Multiplexes. Films such as "10 Things I Hate About You", "She's All That", "Never Been Kissed", and the new Teen Movie franchise "American Pie" have all been big box office hits.
The new millennium kicked of well with the popular cheerleader comedy "Bring It On" and then moved into top gear with a number of big box office hits which included, "Road Trip", "Coyote Ugly," "Dude, Where's My Car", "Save The Last Dance", "Legally Blonde" and the teen movie spoof "Not Another Teen Movie". Even popular teen singers, Britney Spears and Mandy Moore,  joined the band wagon by starring in their own teen movies, "Crossroads" & "A Walk To Remember".  The teen movie genre today, is in a healthy state & looks to stay that way for a long time to come as Hollywood's new breed of young actors & actresses continue to strut their stuff on the Silver Screen.
An Early Movie Poster of the 1950's Teen Classic
"Rebel Without A Cause" . "The story about the bad boy from a good family", starring hollywood legends James Dean, Natalie Wood & Sal Mineo.
A lobby card of the famous 1960's beach party movie
"Beach Blanket Bingo", starring Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Deborah Walley and Linda Evans.
A movie still featuring the cast of the memorable 1978 John Belushi Teen Comedy "
National Lampoon's Animal House".
A rare lobby card of John Hughes' masterpiece
"Sixteen Candles" starring
80's teen queen Molly Ringwald.
Movie poster of the cult favourite
"Girls Just Want To Have Fun" (1985) the film that launched the careers of Helen Hunt, Sarah Jessica Parker & Shannon Doherty
Alicia Silverstone in a still from the comedy smash
"Clueless" the film that refueled the teen movie craze in the 1990's.
Kirsten Dunst leads the Toro cheerleading squad in this movie still from the surprise box office hit of  2000 "Bring It On"
Tony's Ultimate Hollywood
Teen Movie

Cult Movies and Blockbusters
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A Dedication
"Hollywood Teen Movies" has now branched out into the wonderful world of "Cult Movies & Blockbusters". These are those movies that have that special something, that magic, that charm, these are the films that have a special place in people's hearts, they might be, new movies, old movies, blockbusters, cult classics or the latest cinema releases. One thing is for sure these are the films that have sustained their popularity throughout the generations. We will try to bring them all to you. These films will span many genres and appeal to different people in different ways. Our aim is to feature the best blockbusters, the most popular cult classics, and along the way we will throw in some cheesy, campy favorites that have special appeal to some people for one reason or another.
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