With DARRYL HICKMAN, TERRY MOORE (credited as Jan Ford). Back in the 1940s, not all celluloid teens were innocent and squeaky-clean and on the straight-and-narrow path to respon-sible adulthood. Take the case of sixteen-year-old Mickey Clark. Like millions of other young men, Mickey is obsessed with hot rods. With the encouragement of his father, he has just completed building his own stripped-down auto. Mickey basically is a good kid who is willing to accept the guidance of his elders and dear old dad admonishes him to drive safely and avoid drag racing. However, the problem is that pop does not heed his own advice. He is an unabashed and pig-headed road-hog who speeds with regularity and drives in a reckless and foolhardy manner. Once he gets behind the wheel, Mickeys pop is a catastrophe waiting to happen. A combination of his fathers bad example and peer pressure from his best pal and their girlfriends results in Mickeys decision to enter a drag race. The unfolding events will jar Mickey and his dad out of their complacency. To reveal anything about what happens to them would serve to take the edge off this extremely potent and hard-hitting drama whose message is as relevant today as when it first played in movie houses. 65 minutes.
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