Girls Under 21 (1940)

Director
Max Nosseck

Main cast
Bruce Cabot; Rochelle Hudson; Paul Kelly; Tina Thayer; Roberta Smith

Genres
Drama, Adventure, Crime

Description
Francis Ryan, living high-and-free-wheeling life as the wife of gangster "Smiley" Ryan, spends some time behind bars as a result of her husband's activities, and, when she gets out, realizes she has been a bad example for her kid-sister, Jennie White, and five of her friends. With the aid of her old boyfriend, she manages to divert them from their juvenile-delinquent path leading to disaster for each.


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