PG-13 | | Drama
Soon after the premiere of East of Eden (1955), it became clear that James Dean had achieved star status. Modern sources speculate that, because of his new box-office appeal and the growing success of teenage rebel movies, Warners decided to "upgrade" this film, budgeting it ... ...
First police officer:
Get up, get up. Mixed up in that beating on 12th street, huh?
Second police officer: No. Plain drunkenness.
When police backup arrives at the Griffith Observatory, the officer approaches the vehicle on the driver's side to talk to the Juvenile Division officer in the back seat. There are two cutaway shots and now the conversation continues on the passenger's side of the car. The officers within the car change sides of the vehicle, too.
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