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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Chip is killed accidentally while trying to rape a blonde girl, who runs. Silver becomes the number one suspect even though she has an alibi, but due to previous brushes with the law she's ... See full summary »
Collins College needs a new department head for their science department. Doctors Carter and Zorch consult Thinko, the campus computer, and come up with Dr. Mathilda West, who has degrees ... See full summary »
Mamie Van Doren,
Re-issued in 1964 as "Trouble At Sixteen" by Cinema Associates as part of a double-bill with "Girls Town" (now called "The Innocent and the Damned" and a rather descriptive title ... See full summary »
The bosses of the prostitution racket have one of their prostitutes go to New York City to entrap a police officer and get him thrown off the force. She does as she is told but then the gangsters make a mistake.
Edward L. Cahn
Mamie Van Doren,
In Monte Carlo, Theo Wilkins recruits his young protégé Paul Mason - just released from prison - to help him rob the famous casino of $4 million. The plan is straightforward. On the night ... See full summary »
Edward G. Robinson,
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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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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Herbert Marshall fans are going to be a bit distressed to find their idol sharing the seamy surroundings of Uncle Albert's "College" with the likes of Steve Allen, Conway Twitty and Uncle Al's usual grab-bag of exploitable "names". Usually, the direction at least can be rated as pretty slick in an Albert Zugsmith production, but on this occasion he has directed the movie himself. Instead of rating as reasonably lively, the proceedings here are dull, slow-moving and indeed super-lethargically paced. Production values also seem unusually tight. In addition to flat camera-work, boringly routine film editing, and cheap, clapboard sets, even the songs are dull and desultory. And worst of all, Miss Van Doren reveals little of her customary talent. Alas, even measured by lowly Zugsmith standards, this entry is pretty much of a bore.
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