Sociology professor Steve McInter is conducting a survey at Collins College about the mores and lifestyles of the young people. Some of the good citizens begin to find exception to his ...
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Sociology professor Steve McInter is conducting a survey at Collins College about the mores and lifestyles of the young people. Some of the good citizens begin to find exception to his sociological survey when they find out it includes questions about SEX. When reporter Betty Ducayne receives an anonymous tip that the good professor is engaging in corruption of youth, and Steve's past comes up to haunt him, all heck breaks loose. Written by
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[reading from script into microphone]
Good morning, Mr. and Mrs. America, and all the ships at sea. Sociology quizzes and sex questionnaires are on the docket today at Collins College. Midnight parties and midnight moving pictures classified in police files but not in college catalogs are catapulting a little college town into the big city headlines. The famous newspaper people assigned to this case make up a who's-who of journalism. At eleven o'clock, just two minutes from now, a ...
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I'm quite shocked at the low ratings this film receives. Even my satellite provider only gave it 1 star out of 4.
It's entertaining enough, keeping the audience's attention for the duration of the film, which is more than can be said for most film I've seen.
Further, the issues it discusses (the scientific pursuit of knowledge, ignorant small town values, political corruption of the courts, parent-child conflict, and professors whose research is more of a way to party) are relevant today. Nobody comes out looking pure and innocent, which is often the mark of a good film.
The only thing that seems out of place is that college-age adults are considered "minors" which is absurd today.
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