Reform School Girl

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Released 1957

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Director:
Jonathan Kaplan
Released:
1957
Rating:
R
Reform School Girl is a 1957 raunchy action flick, written and directed by Edward Bernds. Reform School Girl is a story about Donna Price (Gloria Castillo), a pretty teenage girl with a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. When her aunt's boyfriend tries to rape her, she runs away with her boyfriend, Gary Metusek (Wayne Taylor). The couple drives off with another couple, Vince (Edd Byrnes) and his girlfriend Josie (Luana Anders), who has borrowed a car from a friend. When an argument breaks out, Vince makes Gary and Josie get out and walk. By the time Donna realizes that the car is stolen, it's too late and, in court, her aunt says that she has become wild since her parents died. The judge sends her to reform school after she refuses to give Vince's name, who escaped the police. At first, reform school life is not nearly as bad as Donna had expected. She even meets a nice boy, Jackie Dodd (Ralph Reed). But when Vince becomes nervous that Donna or Josie might tell on him, he interferes and things start to spiral out of control. Reform School Girl is a story about love, mistakes, and second chances.moreless

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Crime