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Bad Boy

Bad Boy

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Bad Boy Danny is a juvenile delinquent sentenced to Variety Club Ranch in lieu of jail. He charms the headmistress and goads everyone else. The marshal sets out to find source of Danny’s rage, and learns he mistakenly believes he is responsible for his mother’s death. After a final crime spree and escape attempt, Danny learns he’s not to blame. Court return him to Ranch on the marshal’s conviction that he’s redeemed from life of crime. Danny goes on to graduate from Texas ROTC program.

STARS: Audie Murphy, Lloyd Nolan, Jane Wyatt

86 min | Crime, Drama | 1949 | Color


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This 'Bad Boy' is Awfully Good ****
What makes this true story so good was that Lloyd Nolan never gave up on the Audie Murphy character in this 1949 film. He kept seeking why he was unable to make headway with Murphy at the camp for wayward youth.
He comes upon an unusual story where Murphy thought that the medicine he gave his mother had actually caused her demise.
By the age of 17, the Murphy character, was a career criminal on his way to at least 20 years in jail, and on the route to a killing.
Jane Wyatt plays the sympathetic wife of Nolan and James Gleason is absolutely wonderful as Nolan's assistant who is ready to kick Murphy in the rear end.
This story of ultimate redemption was quite good. Sociologists would have a field day with it.

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