Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Flame of Youth was a modest juvenile-delinquent drama from the Republic Studio mills. With too much time on their hands, a bunch of high school kids set up a lucrative automobile accessory business. Bypassing more honest methods, the group steals the accessories and sells them at cut-rate prices. The kids soon learn the error of their ways when a gang of big-time hoodlums muscle into their racket. Tucked away among the supporting players in young, callow, clean-shaven Denver Pyle.
business, business-rivalry, delinquency, rival, group, high-school