Public Domain Movies

Beatniks, The (1960)

A young singer's chance at fame is threatened by his hoodlum pals.

Beatniks, The (1960)
Black & White
Starring: Paul Frees
A young singer's chance at fame is threatened by his hoodlum pals.

C.C. and Company -AKA- Chrome Hearts (1970)
Running Time: 91 mins Color
Starring: Joe Namath, Ann Margaret
Motorcycle mechanic C.C. Ryder joins "The Heads," an outlawbiker gang. Fellow gang members menace fashion journalistAnn when her limo breaks down in the desert, but C.C. comesto her rescue. The bikers disrupt a motorcross event tied in witha fashion shoot, but C.C. enters the competition under Ann's admiring eye.

Choppers, The (1961)
Running Time: 66 mins Black & White
Starring: Arch Hall Jr
A gang of teenage delinquents terrorize a small community by stealing cars and stripping them for parts, then selling the parts to a crooked junkyard owner. The police and an insurance company investigator set out to break up the gang.

Good-Time Girl (1948)
Running Time: 81 mins Black & White
Starring: Jean Kent, Dennis Price
Good Time Girl, directed by David MacDonald and based on a story by Arthur La Bern (It Always Rains On Sunday) starts off unpromisingly, as juvenile justice official Flora Robson tries to keep a would-be female felon on the straight-and-narrow, telling the cautionary tale of Gwen Rawlings (Jean Kent). A victim of an unhappy home and her own stupidity, Rawlings leaves home and, with help from her sleazy new neighbor Jimmy Rosso (Peter Glenville, the future director), gets a job as a hat-check girl at a club run by Max Vine (Herbert Lom). But Jimmy's jealousy soon gets him fired, and leaves him aiming for revenge on Max and Gwen. Despite the best efforts of Michael Farrell (Dennis Price), the one truly decent man she's ever met, Jimmy achieves his goal and Gwen is sent to a reformatory. It is there that she's truly corrupted by being locked up with more seasoned juvenile (and not so juvenile) felons, who know how to game the system -- whem she escapes, she's a professional criminal, and, taking on a new alias, falls in with a pair of loose-living gents. She manages to commit a vehicular homicide, and then falls in with a pair of American military deserters (Bonar Colleano, Hugh McDermott) who aren't above committing pre-meditated murder.

High School Caesar (1960)
Running Time: 75 mins Black & White
Starring: John Ashley, Gary Vinson, Lowell Brown, Steve Stevens, Judy Nugent, Daria Massey.
Spoiled teenager with wealthy, apathetic parents leads a gang which runs a protection racket at his high school. Written and Produced by O'Dale Ireland. Dir. O'Dale Ireland

Mad Youth (1940)
Running Time: 76 mins Black & White

a reporter is writing an article about a nudist colony. He's convinced by the man who runs the colony, Dr. King, and his beautiful secretary, Miss Prudence King (portrayed by Betty DeSalle) to experiences the pleasures of being nude. The film basically proves that nudists live just as ordinary people, with one obvious exception.

Narcotics Squad (1957)
Running Time: 78 mins Black & White
Starring: Cathy Downs, Paul Kelly
Police struggle to stem the tide of teenage drug addiction in this vintage exploitation drama, which combines the procedural style of Dragnet with the hopped-up hipster undertow of The Cool and the Crazy. Lieutenant Lacey (Paul Kelly), a police detective who heads up the narcotics squad, has been a busy man since dope dealers began targeting the students at a local high school. Coach Bettger (Regis Toomey) begins to suspect something is amiss when one-time star athlete Ray Bowman first loses interest in sports, and then disappears. Bettger turns to the police, who interview Ray's aunt, who has been taking care of the boy since the breakup of his parents. While the aunt has a hard time believing Ray is up to anything dangerous, she discovers how wrong she is when Ray turns up dead after running up a debt with Jimmy, a 21-year-old pusher who delivers fatal "hot shots" to customers who can't pay their bills. Eager to make new customers, Jimmy persuades his sexy girlfriend, Julie (Sheila Urban), to lure straight-laced BMOC Dick Williams (Cullen Wheelas) away to a party where she'll introduce him to "joy popping," but undercover cops are following Jimmy and Julie's trail, with a strung-out delinquent becoming a convenient informant against his former suppliers.

One-Way Ticket To Hell (1955)
Black & White

Movie Trailer for feature film.

Party Girl (1930)
Running Time: 67 mins Black & White
Starring: Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Judith Barrie, Jeanette Loff, Marie Prevost, John St. Polis, Sammy Blum.
Swinging bachelor is invited to a party featuring "party girls", and finds out potentially damaging information about his sweetheart. Produced by Victor Halperin. Dir. Victor Halperin

Riot in Juvenile Prison (1959)
Running Time: 71 mins Black & White
Starring: Jerome Thor, Marcia Henderson, Scott Marlowe
When the shootings of two juvenile inmates bring public protest, a psychologist is brought in to see if he can do anything to control the problems peacefully.

So Evil So Young (1961)
Running Time: 77 mins Color
Starring: Jill Ireland, Ellen Pollock, John Charlesworth
A young girl is framed for a robbery, and sent to a harsh reform school, where she becomes the target of a vicious warden.

Teenage Bad Girl (1956)
Running Time: 100 mins Black & White
Starring: Anna Neagle, Sylvia Syms, Norman Wooland
Anna Neagle, Sylvia Syms. Poor Anna just can't seem to 'straighten out' her delinquent daughter. Her path eventually leads to crime, rebellion, death, and redemption. Her sleazy boryfriend leads her down a path of moral ineptitude. Good performance by Syms. Upgraded 9-94.

Teenage Crime Wave (1955)
Running Time: 77 mins Black & White
Starring: Tommy Cook, Molly McCart, Sue England, James Bell, Kay Riehl, Frank Griffin.
Teenage hoodlum goes on a shooting spree, picks up some chicks and takes it on the lam. The whole entourage winds up at a farmhouse, where they hide out and hold a family hostage. Produced by Sam Katzman. Dir. Fred Sears

Teenage Wolfpack (1956)
Running Time: 89 mins Black & White
Starring: Horst Buchholz (Henry Bookholt), Karin Baal, Christian Doermer, Joe Herbst, Viktoria von Ballasko.
Leader of a German gang of delinquents runs out of control breaking laws and commiting crimes. Dir. Georg Tressler

The Rebel Set (1959)
Running Time: 72 mins Black & White
Starring: Ed Platt, Gregg Palmer, Ned Glass, Kathleen Crowley, John Lupton, Don Sullivan, I. Stanford Jolley.
The owner of beatnik coffeehouse is the man with the plan: he drafts his loser buddies into a million-dollar armored car robbery. Dir. Gene Fowler

Wild For Kicks (a.k.a. Beat Girl) (1960)
Running Time: 83 mins Black & White
Starring: David Farrar, NoŽlle Adam, Christopher Lee
A teenage girl has trouble warming up to her new step-mother. Hanging out with Soho beatniks, the girl discovers her new mom may have lead a life of ill repute.