A rich man's son is running for student body president in the local high school, and the boy's father tells the school principal that if his son wins the election, he'll make a sizable ...
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A rich man's son is running for student body president in the local high school, and the boy's father tells the school principal that if his son wins the election, he'll make a sizable donation to the school that will pay for the football team's much-needed uniforms.Written by
With Junior Prom Sam Katzman at Monogram launched his teenager series of
films that starred Freddie Stewart and June Preisser who headed a cast of way
older players as high schoolers. It was a musical look at the teen scene post
World War II.
In this episode it's about the high school election for junior class president. It
pits Freddie Stewart against Jackie Moran. Moran's father Sam Flint tries to put the fix in by saying to the principal that the school's football team can get
new uniforms and equipment if his kid wins. The politics degenerates to G
rated style mudslinging.
Harmless fluff, the film's stories didn't get better with subsequent films that I
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