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Juvenile Delinquency

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Full Screen





2 hours and 31

 Minutes Approximate Total Run Time 


An amazing compilation of the classic Juvenile Delinquency Films from the 1940's to the 1960's. Its from a time period around post WWII - a time of great social and moral change and the increasing concerns about the problems of the next generation growing up. 

Great for educational purposes, or any general interest in crime and/or Juvenile Deliquency during the time period.  


 Pictures are direct from DVD films





 Seperated into 10 titles with an interactive DVD menu




What About Juvenile Delinquency? (1955)

Jim leaves the gang after it attacks his father, and joins other teenagers at City Hall to argue against the imposition of a curfew.

Boy with a Knife (1956)

Jerry, an "at-risk" young man, uses his knife as an "equalizer" to solve his frustrations stemming from his unhappy home, which is dominated by his stepmother. A group worker reaches Jerry and helps him to transcend his anger.

Right or Wrong? (Making Moral Decisions) (1951)

Assessing the behavior of a juvenile delinquent who refuses to rat on his companions.

As the Twig Is Bent... (1943)

On the problem of youth crime during World War II and the fear that America would lose a generation of children to delinquency.

Ask Me, Don't Tell Me (1961)

San Francisco teenage gangs and the unfriendly world they inhabit.

Cheating (1952)

Expressionistic film showing John's cheating and how his peers punish him.

Boy in Court (1940)

Juvenile court labors to provide a humane alternative for rehabilitating at-risk youth offenders.

That Boy Joe (1944)

Temperance as an antidote to juvenile delinquency.

Chance to Play, A (1950)

Promotes recreation (especially under nighttime lighting) as the answer to boredom, juvenile delinquency and social pathologies.

Why Vandalism? (1955)

Life of a teenage outsider; what makes him that way and how his anger flares into violence.


DVD is shipped in a sleek slim jewel case with a label thats directed printed on to the DVD. (Adhesive DVD labels that other people stick on can cause major read errors as well as overheating problems)  



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This is an NTSC region-free dvd, so it will work anywhere in the world that allows for the NTSC picture!


This is a high DVD quality transfer, but expect to find minor imperfections due to the old nature of the orginal material.  


Note: Our compilation and design are copyrighted by Timeless Media. No copyright law was infringed in the making of this DVD.



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