Curfew Breakers, aka Narcotics Squad (March 22, 1957)
Released on March 22, 1957: (running time 1 hour and 11 minutes) Dope pushers are spreading deadly narcotics at the local high school and getting the young beebop teens hooked on heroin, and the Narcotics Squad is on the job.
Produced by Charles E. King
Directed by Alexander J. Wells
Written by Alexander J. Wells
The Actors: Paul Kelly (Police Lieutenant Lacey), Cathy Downs (Mrs. Bowman), Regis Toomey (Coach Bettger), Sheila Urban (Julie Bishop), Byron Foulger (school principal), Alexander J. Wells (Anderson), Jack Edwards (dope addict), Larry Getz (dope pusher Jimmy), Roy Irwin (the coroner), Cullen Wheelas (Dick Williams), Henry Younge Jr. (hoodlum), Marilyn Madison (Miss Ames), Michael Henry (Reagan)
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Sensational Expose Of Teen Age Vice!
When I watch crime adventure from the 1930's and 1940's part of the fun is watching how people lived in America before I was born . . . it's almost like looking onto the life and times of my parents and grandparents. When I get to a crime drama from the 1950's it's kinda weird for me . . . the story plot looks strange and not like life today, but images of cars and some of the buildings and places look very familiar, if not a part of my experience memories. This movie is like that for me . . . it seems almost familiar, like a movie that I might have watched in school to learn about the evils of 'dope.' This story isn't like the famous 'Signal 30' that I watched in high school, but more like an extended episode of Dragnet, complete with a dry-mouth narrator who I am always expecting to say, 'Just the facts, ma’am, just the facts.' Although the show is a low budget movie in many ways, it features famous actors Paul Kelly, Regis Toomey and Byron Foulger, and I believe is a realistic picture of towns in the 1950's that switched their focus from bootleg liquor to heroin addiction. The story revolves around high school teenagers . . . after World War II when the 'baby boom' generation was growing up teenagers were the hope of the future . . . if only the parents, teachers and policemen could keep them from the terrible scourge of heroin. The good guys are the cops and the coach, and the bad guys are beebop teens in high school. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and enjoy the show.
Alexander J. Wells
Cathy Downs and Paul Kelly
Cullen Wheelas and Paul Kelly
Larry Getz and Jack Edwards
Marilyn Madison and Michael Henry
Paul Kelly and Alexander J. Wells
Paul Kelly and Cullen Wheelas
Paul Kelly and Regis Toomey
Regis Toomey and Alexander J. Wells
Sheila Urban and Cullen Wheelas