Never Too Late (1965 film) - Wikipedia

Never Too Late is a 1965 comedic feature film directed by Bud Yorkin . It stars 54-year-old Maureen O'Sullivan as the wife of a businessman (played by 64-year old Paul Ford ) who discovers, after 25 years of marriage, she is to become a mother for the second time. [2]

The film is based on the 1962 Broadway play of the same name by Sumner Arthur Long which also starred Ford and O'Sullivan. The play ran for a total of 1,007 performances until its end in 1965, shortly before its Technicolor motion picture release.

According to the November 10, 1965 edition of the New York Times, the film was playing at Radio City Music Hall the previous evening, on the night of the Northeast blackout of 1965 . [3]