The Prime Time/The Flaming Teenage [DVD]
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Overview

Synopsis

The Prime Time
A fast-paced, low-budget, teen sex and action film, this foray into a dysfunctional subculture is directed by Gordon Weisenborn. The focus of the story is a seventeen-year-old young woman who runs away from home more from boredom than any valid reason. What she runs into is a problematical relationship with one of society's dropouts, a supposed artist. Meanwhile, her straight-laced boyfriend and a tough young detective are out hunting her down. Circumstances bring her around into a fractious relationship with the detective, once she is found, that threatens to be much worse than anything she knew at home. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi

The Flaming Teen-Age
A teenage boy learns about the dangers of alcohol while another man tumbles from booze into dope addiction in this exploitation drama. After his high-school-age son is found passed out by the side of the road in a drunken stupor, a father chooses an unusual form of punishment -- taking the boy to the sleaziest beer halls and juke joints in town. After an evening of watching hopeless drunks in their natural environment, the boy begins to learn his lesson. Later, we are introduced to Fred Garland (Noel Reyburn), an ambitious young man who owns his own candy shop while still in high school but dreams of bigger and better things. After enjoying some spiked punch at a party, Fred develops a taste for liquor and sells his shop to move to New York City. Fred lands a part in a vaudeville show and is enjoying life on the road until his drinking makes his unreliable, and a later job running a variety show for the owner of a drugstore goes no better. Fred fares a bit better when he opens a talent agency, but after he's talked into going into a confidence game with his partner, he's found guilty of fraud and takes it on the lam. Falling deeper and deeper into alcohol and despair, Fred's bad luck gets even worse when a "friend" introduces him to heroin. The Flaming Teen-Age was originally released as Twice Convicted and named for a play about the real-life travails of Fred Garland; the framing story of the teenage alcoholic was later added in order to sell the picture as a juvenile delinquency epic. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Frank Roche - Detective McKean
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    Jim Brooks - Tony Jackson
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    Ray Gronwold - The Beard
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    Maria Pavelle - Gloria
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    Robert Major - Shorty
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