A group of bored teenagers rebel against authority in the community of New Granada after the death of one of their own.
...A real story of teenage rebellion.
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Did You Know?
Charles S. Haas
based his story on true events which occurred in the planned community of Foster City, California in the early 1970s. In fact, a California headline about the incident, "Mouse Packs: Kids On A Crime Spree", was authored by Haas when he was a reporter with the San Francisco Examiner. See more
When Cory shows up at the unfinished house to meet Carl after Richie dies, as she opens the sliding glass doors, it is late in the day, but still a lot of sunlight. The very next shot is of Carl's face, with Cory entering through the sliding glass doors in the background, and it is pitch black outside. See more
How you do, soldier?
Written by Rick Nielsen
Performed by Cheap Trick
Courtesy of Epic Records See more