High School Confidential (1958)
as Tony Baker
as Arlene Williams
as J.I. Coleridge
as Mr. A
as Gwen Dulaine
as Joan Staples
as Jukey Judlow
as Steve Bentley
as Jack Staples
as William Remington Kane
as Woman at Race
as Police Sergeant
as David Wingate
Critic Reviews for High School Confidential
What makes High School Confidential a spectacularly unconvincing anti-marijuana manifesto also makes it a consistently amusing, eminently re-watchable camp comedy.
As astringent a vision of the late-'50s as Frank Tashlin's are opulent
A most ridiculous classic cult teen-exploitation film about juvenile delinquents in the 1950s, but not without being entertaining.
Hot stuff in '58, but period sleaze is nostalgic fun now.
Audience Reviews for High School Confidential
This movie may remind you of reefer madness and movies like it, and it should it's basically the same kind of film, one that's supposed to make you aware of the dark side of the teenage nightlife or something like that. This movie has a good story, but in the end it's lacking something.
Fantastic Drug Propaganda from the 50's The beat poetry and Jerry Lee Lewis are particularly choice
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