Problem Girls

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 1953

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Director:
Ewald Andre Dupont
Released:
1953
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Problem Girls is a rousing thriller about a doctor that uncovers a sinister plot by two fellow employees at a reform school for girls. With his coveted medical certificate in his sights, John Page (Ross Elliott) secures a position as resident doctor at a secret reform school for troubled teens. But not long after the unlicensed medicine man lands the job at the private academy, he begins to uncover a very shady and unscrupulous scheme being hatched by the school's director Miss Dixon (Helen Walker) and athletic instructor Max Thorpe (James Seay). The two fellow colleagues of Page are keeping an anonymous young girl, known only as Mrs. Jean Thorpe (Susan Morrow), constantly drugged and incapacitated, until she can claim a fortune due to the actual Jean Thorpe, who has long since been murdered. But when the two plotting faculty members find out their resident amateur doctor is looking into their dealings, they dismiss Page, and threaten to turn him in for practicing medicine without a license. However, as they soon learn, their newest staff member will not give up his investigation so easily, and just might find a more creative way to expose their evil plans. Ewald Andr' Dupont directs this sexy and scandalous romp, featuring an ample cast of buxom beauties.moreless
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