1956 – directed by William M. Morgan – with Jean Moorhead, Barbara Weeks and Timothy Farrell
"This is a story of violence. A violence born of the uncontrolled passions of adolescent youth and nurtured by this generation of parents." So begins the hard-hitting youth (and parents) gone bad indictment of square society. Who's to blame--the moronic kids or their equally stupid parents? Who cares? It's a hell of an entertaining movie about girl gangs, guns and angora sweaters written by none other than the brilliantly idiosyncratic Edward D. Wood, Jr. It's also the best film he never directed!
PLUS!–Shemp loses his marbles in SCRAMBLED BRAINS and a rare Ed Wood stag reel featuring Bela Lugosi and a bevy of semi-clothed beauties! Plus other surprises! Five bucks (cheap!)