Reform School Girl (1957)





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In this film, a teen-aged girl is wrongfully accused of a hit-an-run accident that kills a passerby. Her boyfriend committed the crime, but the girl is afraid to squeal. She is sent to reform school, where she runs into another girl who has been set up by the same guy.
Cult Movies , Drama
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American International Pictures


Gloria Castillo
as Donna Price
Edward Byrnes
as Vince (as Edward Byrnes
Ross Ford
as David Lindsay
Ralph Reed
as Jackie
Helen Wallace
as Mrs. Trimble
Donna Jo Gribble
as Cathy Durand
Taylor Wayne
as Gary Metusek
Sharon Lee
as Blonde
Jack Kruschen
as Mr. Horvath
Linda Rivera
as Elena Hernandez
Claire Carleton
as Mrs. Horvath
Lillian Powell
as Mrs. Patton
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August 22, 2005

Audience Reviews for Reform School Girl


The writing was pretty sharp in this low budget flick. The performances were unexpectedly good. This movie surprised me by keeping my attention more than b-movies usually do. Ross Ford as a new history teacher at the girls reform school and student psychologist himself reminded me a lot of William Holden. From the little I've seen of Women in Prison movies, this group of delinquent girls includes all the standard character types. They are all fairly good actresses for the genre though. The hep talk of stool pigeons and other stuff was fun too.

Byron Brubaker
Byron Brubaker

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