15 year old Dawn runs away from what she feels is an intolerable home life. In the big city, she ends up turning to prostitution when she is unable to get a job due to her age. Life at home... See full summary »
Presents the story of a fifteen-year-old girl who experiences her menstrual period, describing the reaction of the girl and her sixteen-year-old boyfriend as they learn more about the subject of menstruation.
Young girl runs away from her abusive family only to end up in a juvenile detention center for girls where she's raped and brutalized by her sadistic peers. Only one honest social worker shows interest in helping her.
Allyn Ann McLerie
This was a story about young man named Alexander who came to LA to look for his girlfriend Dawn. Well she had already gone back home to get away from that seedy city. Now he can't find her and has no money. What is he going to do. He stays with a hustler who sleeps with men. The hustler says you can make some good money from these guys. Alexander swears he will never do that.
Here and there he runs into trouble and is saved by Earl Holliman. He wants to help him out and keep him off the streets. But Alexander becomes desperate. He runs into a pro football star who takes him in off the streets. They start hanging out with each other and get along quite well. Then one night by the fire Mr. Pro Star ask him if he will stay with him as his lover, with no where to go Alexander does. As time goes by he learns that lovers come cheap. For there are many handsome young hungry men on the streets of LA. Now he has become something he swore he'd never be, a hustler on the streets of LA.
This TV movie made me open my eyes and realize what I really am, Gay. I wish I could see this again. I remembered it being a good, for being a '70s TV movie.....
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