(July 1959; 1958; NR; 70m)

co-featured with T-BIRD GANG

Shown with Short: 618S-Out of This World

Plot: A pretty girl coaxes her boyfriend and a high-IQ classmate to commit crimes.

Exec: Roger Corman
(406-Attack of the Giant Leeches;
701-Night of the Blood Beast;
dir/*311-It Conquered the World;
315-Teenage Caveman;
317-Viking Women and the Sea Serpent; 503-Swamp Diamonds;
511-Gunslinger; 806-The Undead;
H01-The Day the World Ended)
Prod: Stanley Bickman
(assoc/The Brain Eaters)
Dir/Scr: Joel M. Rapp (The Battle of Blood Island)
Cin: John Nicholaus Jr. (406/701; Tank Commandos)
Ed: Carlo Lodato (406)
M/U: Harry Thomas (701; 103-The Mad Monster;
109-Project Moon Base; 320-The Unearthly;
423-Bride of the Monster; 602-Invasion USA; *616-Racket Girls)
Set: John F. Burton
(509-The Girl in Lovers Lane; 524-12 to the Moon)
Score: Gerald Fried (Soylent Green; TV mini-series Roots)

Marvin Grant / Tom Pittman (The Young Stranger; The Proud Rebel)
Betty Alexander / Virginia Aldridge (Riot in Juvenile Prison)
Vince Rumbo / Howard Veit (The Witchmaker)
Mr. Grant / Malcolm Atterbury (809-I Was A Teenage Werewolf)
Harry March / Stanley Adams (TV's Star Trek tribble salesman)
Samuel Tallman / Louis Quinn (Al Capone; Gypsy)
Mr. Carter / Peter Leeds (601-Girls Town)
Mr. Mathews / Byron Foulger*
Johnson / Bobby Hall (607-Bloodlust; The Cool and the Crazy)
Burt Rogers / Jimmy Murphy (Curse of the Undead)
John Barrick / Larry Walker
with Bill Coontz (509/607; Frankenstein's Daughter)
Ron Kennedy (Killers from Space; Girls on the Beach; Harlow)
Evan Thompson (The Chapman Report)
Wally Rose (Ma Barker's Killer Brood; What's Up, Doc?)

Trivia: Character actor BYRON FOULGER (1900-1970) had a recognizable face because of the 200+ movies and TV appearances he's done, but few know the name which went with that mealy-mouthed and meek-looking face, usually wearing glasses. You may have seen him playing a railroad conductor in the 419-THE REBEL SET. In HIGH SCHOOL BIG SHOT, Fougler was the mild-mannered office manager Mr. Mathews whose factory payroll was stolen. Some of his other films are: 1937-The Awful Truth (with Cary Grant); A Day at the Races (with the Marx Brothers); 1941-Man Made Monster; 1941-Sullivan's Travels (directed by Preston Sturges); 1942-The Palm Beach Story (also Sturges); 1944-The Whistler; 1946-The Postman Always Rings Twice (with Lana Turner); 1946-Dick Tracy Vs. Cueball; 1949-The Inspector General (with Danny Kaye); 1953-The Magnetic Monster; 1958-The Long, Hot Summer (with Paul Newman); and 1967-Disney's The Gnome-Mobile.

Last Updated: 6/26/1999

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