Teen Age

(1944)
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Overview

Teen-Age is another "exposé" film of the 1940s, cheaply made but widely distributed. In the guise of a warning against wartime juvenile delinquency, the film offers the exploitational tale of a bunch of wild, unsupervised kids at large in a small community. With nothing but time on their hands, the young protagonists become involved with petty theft, inevitably leading to some pretty serious consequences.

  1. Elmer Clifton

    Screenplay, Story

  2. Richard L'Estrange

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Herbert Heyes

    Herbert Heyes

    District Attorney

  2. Wheeler Oakman

    Wheeler Oakman

    Jim Murray, alias Frank Wilder (edited from: Gambling with Souls and Slaves in Bondage) (archive footage)

  3. Johnny Duncan

    Johnny Duncan

    Dan Murray

  4. Fred Towns

    Eddie Quinten

  5. Sylvia Stanton

    Rose Gordon

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Status Released

Release Information

  • June 17, 1944
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 55m

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