The reform school boy Johnny Holiday has to choose between his buddies who are more interested in living outside the law and those who want him to live within it. Through the careful tutelage of his reformatory drill sergeant Walker, who becomes a father figure to the boy, he eventually learns that life is far sweeter on the good side than the bad. Written by
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Did You Know?
When this film was re-released in 1955 with the title "Boy's Prison", it was on a double bill with Too Late for Tears
(1949), which was retitled as "Killer Bait". See more