George La Main, just turned 17, suffers growing pains and is anxious to prove his manhood. That night, George's adored father Andy is savagely beaten by sportswriter Al Judge. Traumatized and unable to learn why it happened, George goes gunning for Judge. His mission becomes an odyssey through the town's seamy side, and his coming of age is more of a trial by fire than he bargained for.
Rod Crawford <email@example.com>
GRIPPING! Under cover of darkness a kid learns about life!
Did You Know?
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer gets an unusually high amount of product placement visibility in this one. See more
When the man at the boxing match offers George a slug of whiskey, a close-up shows him holding the bottle with the front label facing the camera, but in the next mid-shot, the back label is suddenly facing forward. See more
George La Main
Were you laughing at me? Were you still thinking I was wet behind the ears and smelled of milk? Were ya?
Am I Too Young
Music by Lyn Murray
Lyrics by Sid Kuller
Sung by Mauri Leighton
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