In 1963, Barnie Margruder is a teenager dealing with school bullies, fighting parents, conflicting feelings about sex, and a bad relationship with his girlfriend. His life changes when he befriends with Winona, an African-American girl from the other side of the tracks who gives him a new perspective on his hometown and the world.
Director: Daryl Duke. AKA Hang Tough
Writers: Don Bredes (novel), W.D. Richter, John Herzfeld.
Stars: Carl Marotte, Charlayne Woodard, Grand Bush, Vincent Bufano, Allan Katz, Lisa Langlois, Sylvia Llewellyn, Micheal Donaghue, Stephanie Miller, Annette McCaffrey, Tara O’Donnell, Janice Chaikelson, Joanne Vannicola, Cindy Larsen, Mark Walker, Linda Clark, Philip Spensley, Vlasta Vrana, Bruce Smith, Matt Birman, Chris Read, Walter Massey, Mitch Martin, Walter Massey, Brian Kaulback, Bruce Walker, Renée Girard, Shay Garner, Walker Boone.
Note: Many thanks to Stuart for sending me a copy of this film.