Target: The Corruptors: Season 1, Episode 25

The Malignant Hearts (23 Mar. 1962)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen McNally ...
Paul Marino
Robert Harland ...
Jack Flood
T.C. Muffett
Jacqueline Ravell ...
Eileen Wainwright
Jo Helton
Mario Roccuzzo ...
Tony McLaughlin
Kelly Thordsen ...
Renee Aubry ...
Janie Terran
Robert Hernandez ...
Joselito Gomez
Neil Burstyn ...
(as Neil Nephew)
William A. Hines ...
Tom Penny
Steve Stevens ...


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23 March 1962 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Juvenile hearts corrupted to the bone

A bunch of juvenile hoodlums make an assault on a young couple, in a big city, at night, and kill both of them, just before they are arrested, put under custody and in waiting for their trial. The main question of this story is WHY those youngsters committed such a crime. The real reason why they killed those two people in cold blood. It's a social drama we watch here, more than a crime tale. It speaks of the parents responsibility towards their kids. But it remains some suspense elements although, when some of the accused friends threat the prosecutor of the trial. Not bad, a story that makes you think, watch closely to the real world, the society of this time. But is it so different from the modern one? Directed by Don Medford.

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