Young and Wild is a 1958 drama movie directed by William Witney. In the film, three juvenile delinquent teenagers (Scott Marlowe, Weston Gavin, and Tom Gilson) embark on a killing spree while joy riding in a stolen car. The troubled trio intentionally sideswiped a car for laughs. The passengers inside, Valerie (Carolyn Kearney) and Jerry (Robert Arthur), survive the incident and become potential witnesses against the troubled youths. The three juvenile offenders then hit another car by accident, killing all the passengers inside. During their deadly driving massacre, while trying to flee the scene, the delinquents also strike and kill an elderly pedestrian. In order to prevent the couple in the car they sideswiped from testifying against them, the three teens physically assault Valerie and brutally beat up Jerry. To further frighten the couple into silence, the disturbed trio threaten do even more harm to the two if they testify against them.