Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Too Young, Too Immoral proved to be too much for director, writer, actor, and editor Raymond A. Phelan who bowed in and quickly bowed out of his directorial career with this undistinguished drama about crime and drugs in the Big Apple. The story revolves around a young man who is a drug runner but has a change of heart after he falls in love. His suppliers are not in agreement with his new attitude, and their solution is to kill him. In steps his brother, who makes his own vow -- he is going to get the killers, or else. The melodrama continues until the violent finale.
abuse, addiction, drugs, youth