Culver City, CA: RKO Radio Pictures, 1944. Collection of 259 vintage reference photographs from the 1944 film, including many candid shots, and three borderless test photographs with printed mimeo snipes affixed to the verso. Test photographs with the stamp of still photographer Ernest A. Bachrach to the verso, all others with the stamp of still photographer John Miehle to the verso.
An early, low-budget exploitation film focusing on juvenile delinquency, about a group of troubled teenagers searching for purpose while their parents are distracted by World War II. Noted Hollywood Ten director Edward Dmytryk was originally slated to direct, but left to direct the propaganda film "Tender Comrade" (1943) instead.
8 x 10 inches. Generally Very Good plus, with light edgewear, age toning, and creasing throughout.