Went swimming. Daddy came after me but I missed him. I walked home with Nadine and Pauline and Ruth Ray.
|"Wild Boys of the Road"|
In the depths of the Depression, two teenage boys strike out on their own in
order to help their struggling parents and find life on the road tougher than expected.
Wild Boys of the Road (1933) is a black-and-white, Depression-era American
film telling the story of several teens forced into becoming hobos. The film was
directed by William Wellman from a screenplay by Earl Baldwin based on the story
"Desperate Youth" by Daniel Ahern. The film stars Frankie Darro, Edwin Phillips
and Rochelle Hudson.