Teenage Wolfpack

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Teenage Wolfpack
Teenage Wolfpack FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed byGeorg Tressler
Produced byWenzel Lüdecke (producer)
Artur Brauner (associate producer)
Written byWill Tremper (screenplay)
Will Tremper (story)
Georg Tressler (screenplay)
StarringHorst Buchholz
Karin Baal
Music byMartin Böttcher
CinematographyHeinz Pehlke
Edited byWolfgang Flaum
Distributed byDistributors Corporation of America (US)
Release date
Running time
97 minutes
89 minutes (USA)
CountryWest Germany

Teenage Wolfpack (German: Die Halbstarken) is a 1956 German film directed by Georg Tressler. The film is also known as Wolfpack in the United Kingdom.

Plot summary[edit]

The drama of a youthful triangle among gang leader Freddy (Horst Buchholz), his brother Jan (Christian Doermer), and bad girl Cissy (Karin Baal), in one of the first considerations of juvenile delinquency in post-war West Germany.



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