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YOUNG AND DANGEROUS 1957

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YOUNG AND DANGEROUS 1957
U.S. film. Great quality. 4:3 aspect ratio. A juvenile delinquent who's used to having his way with the chicks meets a nice girl who won't tangle with him. He discovers he really likes her so he slowly begins to change his ways. Of course, his "bad boy" reputation precedes him and her protective parents are outraged and forbid her to see him. Then there are his JD pals who keep trying to pull him back into the bad-boy lifestyle.

Soon they are seeing each other on the sly but a major parental confrontation soon takes place! In a powerful scene the girl admits to her father that the two have been parking and petting! That father violently slaps her face and calls her a tramp. The parents just don't understand! Classic 1950s teenage film.

Mark Damon, Lili Gentle, Connie Stevens, Judy Bamber, Edward Binns, Frances Mercer, Ann Doran, Jerry Barclay, Danny Welton, William L. Stevens. Young and Dangerous!

Plus these bonus selections...

GOING STEADY? 1951
U.S. educational film. Jeff and Marie have drifted into a relationship where Jeff simply shows up at the Marie's door whenever he wants. This film was made to discourage teenagers from engaging in premarital sex. Marie doesn't seem the type. Jeff is a horn dog!

LONELY BOY: PAUL ANKA 1962
CAN. documentary. Fascinating look at the making of a teen idol. Great backstage footage and interviews with friends and fans. Paul explains all the work he did on his body and hair in order to become famous. Many songs.


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