Mad at the World (1955)

Director
Harry Essex

Main cast
Frank Lovejoy; Keefe Brasselle; Cathy O'Donnell; Karen Sharpe; Stanley Clements

Genres
Drama, Crime

Description
A neighborhood is terrorized by group of young juvenile delinquents called The WolfPack. When a young father's infant child is seriously injured because of the WolfPack, he decides that the police aren't working fast enough to catch the ones who hurt his baby and sets out to infiltrate the gang himself and mete out the punishment they deserve.


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