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Jeff Carter has put an end to the town's delinquency with a boys' club. Young hoodlum Danny shows up and influences teenagers Doris, Willy and Leo. They hang out at a juke joint where Eve works. When Jeff tries to stop a robbery planned by Danny, he is killed and Danny goes on trial.Written by
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This was the first film in which Scotty Beckett and Dickie Moore appeared on screen together. They had previously appeared in several movies where they played younger and older versions of the same character. (For example, in Heaven Can Wait (1943), Scotty played the hero, Henry Van Cleve, at age 9, while Dickie played him at age 14, and Don Ameche played him as an adult.) Also, Scotty had previously replaced Dickie as George 'Spanky' McFarland's sidekick in the "Our Gang" series. See more »
This movie wasn't very exciting nor was the acting in it as well. I had picked this movie up at a pawn shop while I was buying strings for my guitar and decided to watch it because I had heard Marilyn Monroe was in it. It was the typical teenage movie where it displays the slums looking like San Francisco and made the teenagers all have New York accents and bad attitudes. I felt I was robbed when I noticed that Marilyn had a bit part in the movie and her name was called only once. I despise movies that promise the settings will be better the plot doesn't move you at all. The scriptwriter doesn't know how to write anything. This movie really should of stayed back in the pawn shop where I first found it.
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