So Young, So Bad (1950)
Oh, and to confirm that Paul Henreid can put me to sleep in anything he does. He can and he did.
The film covers the social problem of young, uncared for girls -- vagrants, runaways, teenage mothers, lesbians (obviously), and the mentally unstable. Henreid plays an idealistic psychiatrist who learns a thing or two about institutionalization and heartbreak, but not before Rita Moreno's character kills herself and nothing really changes. According to her memoir, in fact, Henreid copped a feel at every opportunity, particularly when taking Moreno's character's body down from her makeshift gallows.
It's not an especially memorable movie, but there is some good camera work and a few fine performances. 20th Century Fox released this picture exactly one day (May 20, 1950) after Warner Bros. released the excellent Caged (May 19, 1950). Perhaps that's why this pretty good, low-budget movie is all but forgotten? I really enjoyed it.