John, an erstwhile young high school student on the track team with a pretty girlfriend, a nice car, and a lot going for him, falls in with the wrong crowd. He starts to smoke, has a beer, and before he knows it he's smoking a joint, which of course leads to heroin. Soon he's selling his mother's silverware to pay for his fix. Eventually, he gets caught and is sent to treatment.... which works beautifully. Or does it? The ending is unclear. No dialogue from the actors in this, just a heavy-handed narrator. Watch out for the sinister bongo music.
Dave O Brien The lives of all who are involved with the evil weed are inevitably shattered. Depression era youths experience bizzare frightening side effects and terrible trajedies. One youngster becomes so addicted to the killer weed that a judge orders him to be committed for life to a mental hospital! Dr. Carroll advises us to not incur the same tragedy. Infamous camp classic. Assassin of Youth -AKA- Marihuana 1936 B&W 60 mins Harley Wood Dir. Dwayne Vesper. See the truth about the smoke from hell! Weird orgies! Wild parties! Unleashed passions! Naive teenagers smoke marihuana, attend a beach party and take off their clothes. Naturally tragedy ensues; one girl drowns, another finds herself with child. Fine moral lesson for the whole family. Cocaine Fiends 1936 B&W 60 mins Noel Madison Drug dealer on the run from the law meets an innocent young girl and her brother, and turns them into cocaine fiends. They plunge into degradation after experimentation with the white powder of evil.
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