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Monday, January 9, 2012

Johnny Tough (1974)


Johnny is a rebellious child in search of guidance. His step-father and mother spent much of their time at odds between their relationship, personal aspirations, and what to do with Johnny. The lack of attention leaves the young child to figure out things on his own, in which Johnny struggles with understanding life and consequences.


Anonymous said...

Great Movie.. loved it.. expecially the scene where the local youth gang attempts to hang Johnny's friend over some money..

DJ said...

I’d like to see this movie in its Entire tea anybody know how I can see this

Kelly Christina said...

I saw this movie on YouTube not too long ago. Very good movie! I wish it had more attention. A second part to this film would of been great because I want to know if Johnny died or not.

Unknown said...

This Kid Needs A Whack in A Head Once in Awhile

Anonymous said...

Learn To Respect His Elders.