|Genres||Action Crime Drama Music Sport|
|Director||Alexander J. Wells|
|Writers||Alexander J. Wells (original screenplay) (as Alex Wells)
|Cast||Paul Kelly Cathy Downs Regis Toomey Sheila Urban Byron Foulger Alexander J. Wells Jack Edwards Larry Getz Roy Irwin Cullen Wheelas Henry Younge Jr. Marilyn Madison Michael Henry|
|Runtime||USA:83 min, USA:70 min|
|Plot||Police Lieutenant Lacey, with aid from Coach Bettger, heads a crack-down on dope-peddling to high-school athletes. One kid dies from an overdose, two more kill a gas station attendant in an aborted hold-up attempt to get money to buy dope, and a third dies in a fall in a condemned empty building while fleeing from the law. With the aid of some outraged students, the dope pusher is brought to justice. Sheila Urban plays a character named Julie Bishop.... search for Curfew Breakers on IMDb|
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|Boozers, Losers, and Heroin Users! When sourpuss cop Lieutenant Lacey investigates the disappearance of 17-year-old Ray Bowman, he uncovers a small town festering with high-school hipsters eager to get Hooked! Sure enough, not only does Bowman turn out to be "a confirmed heroin addict" but a dead one as well -- killed by "a hot shot" when he tries to buy a fix on credit. Lacey quickly sends two undercover cops into the field -- including director Alexander Wells, posing as a "joypopper" -- who zero in on a 21-year-old pusher and his thrill-seeking underage girlfriend who want to introduce a super-square straight-A student to their dope-crazed friends. Also released as Narcotics Squad and Curfew Breakers, Hooked is a gleefully lurid cross between a JD flick, Reefer Madness, and Dragnet from the be-bob bleakness of the 1950s! |
Plus: From director Irvin S. Yeaworth, the man who made The Blob, 4-D Man and Way Out, comes the "True-Life Story" of Fred Garland, a liquor-lovin' talent agent, swindler, and "complete bum" who gets hooked on heroin and ends up becoming... a preacher! Shot in 1952 as Twice Convicted, the film eventually mutated into The Flaming Teenage when additional non-Yeaworth footage was added of teenage alcoholics making damn fools of themselves! And remember, kids: "Whatever way you take it, dope is murder!"
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