Robert Vaughn (TV’s The Man from U.N.C.L.E.) has one of his earliest film roles in a staple genre of the 1950’s the teenage problem film, directed by David Lowell Rich (Have Rocket Will Travel, Senior Prom). Like every generation before and since, the baby-boomers were not free from angst and rebellion against authority. Here, Vaughn stands out among a cast of other lesser known newcomers (Merry Anders, Tom Pittman, and Roger Smith) as an angry young man who makes bad decisions, and must suffer the consequences. Newly remastered.