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Dance, Little Children (1961)

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Lynn, a pretty but poor girl, falls for Hal, a scummy but rich boy. Hal asks her to go to the dance at his country club, and Lynn is so overwhelmed that at the end of the date, she lets Hal... See full summary »

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Leonard Belove ...
Hal's Father
Maurice Copeland ...
Dr. Sam
Herk Harvey ...
Parent
Tom McGinnis ...
Mr. Kendrick
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Lynn, a pretty but poor girl, falls for Hal, a scummy but rich boy. Hal asks her to go to the dance at his country club, and Lynn is so overwhelmed that at the end of the date, she lets Hal get what he was after in the first place. Soon afterwards, she and her mother go to the doctor to get Lynn treated for what they think is a mild case of measles, only to discover that on the night of the date, a corsage wasn't the only present Hal gave her. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Special Investigator John Camp: Naw, you didn't get syphilis from a toilet seat, Bill. You got it from sexual intercourse with someone who had it.
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Featured in Teenage Turmoil Vol. 2 (2000) See more »

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Herk Harvey does it again!
24 June 2001 | by (Wichita Falls, TX) – See all my reviews

This was yet another social conscious documentary from Centron, directed by Herk Harvey who gave us Carnival of Souls. In this outing, children and young adults are warned about the dangers of venereal disease. The acting is OK, with Herk playing an insensitive father of a teen boy. There's a very funny scene in a doctor's office where our heroine has just left. She had a rash and the doctor left alone has an internal argument with himself on whether it could have been sex related. I can't help thinking that with a little more guts, it could have been truly scary to kids rather than coming off as a Dragnet episode. The film is included as part of the supplementary material on the Something Wierd Video title Teenage Gang Debs/Teenage Strangler Drive-in Double Feature.


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