Teenage Doll is a campy 1957 juvenile delinquent drama from cult director Roger Corman. When good girl Barbara Bonney (June Kenney) decides to rebel against her WASP parents, her walk on the wild side leads to murder. Barbara falls for gang leader Eddie (John Brinkley) and her desire to fit in with his Vandals gang leads to the accidental death of Janet (Barboura Morris). Hel (Fay Spain), the tough girl leader of the Black Widows, only knows that her gang mate is missing but quickly casts suspicion on Barbara, as Janet's romantic rival for Eddie. The remaining Black Widows, Betty (Barbara Wilson) and Eva (Ziva Rodann), decide to teach the nice girl a lesson. Meanwhile, Detective Dunston (Richard Devon) tries to track down the missing girl. As the Widows go home to gather the needed supplies for a full-fledged rumble, the film depicts the sad squalor of their lives that led to these teens becoming streetwise before their time.