Movies with roots in hell

drugs in American film

31 Jan 2006

Cultspecialist Jack Stevenson recaptures the portrayal of drugs in American film from 1916 to 1972 by means of a chronological collection of fragments from feature and educational films. With the campy likes of supposed LSD trips and the riveting exploits of detective Coke Ennyday.

“Hysterical laughter, screams of terror and freaked out hallucinations punctuate this roller-coaster ride...???

The program includes:
The Mystery of the Leaping Fish, That Old Reefer Man, Sweet Marijuana, The Pusher, Roots in Hell, Hooks, LSD: Trip to where, Naked under leather, Pause for spool change, Rockflow and The People Next Door.

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