Cocaine Fiends (The Pace That Kills) (1935) Crime, Drama, Film-Noir Directed by: William A. O'Connor. Starring: Lois January, Noel Madison, Sheila Bromley.
When Grace drops out of sight in a metropolis, her brother, Eddie, a simple country boy, goes to the city to look for her. He finds work in a department store and meets Fanny O'Rell, a city girl who introduces him to narcotics; Eddie soon becomes an addict and loses his job. Turning into a tormented derelict, Eddie wanders the city streets and meets up with Grace, who, an addict also, has become a prostitute. Grace is jailed, and Eddie enters a hospital, where, after months of agony, he is cured of his habit and allowed to return home to the welcoming arms of his family and his childhood sweetheart.
Marihuana (1936) Crime, Drama Directed by: Dwain Esper. Starring: Harley Wood, Hugh McArthur, Pat Carlyle.
A young girl gets into the world of narcotics after attending a beach party. Her life changes when her boyfriend is killed during a drug deal.
Reefer Madness (Tell Your Children) (1936) Crime, Drama Directed by: Louis J. Gasnier. Starring: Dorothy Short, Kenneth Craig, Lillian Miles.
High-school principal Dr. Alfred Carroll relates to an audience of parents that marijuana can have devastating effects on teens. In his story, a drug supplier entices several restless teens, including sister and brother Mary and Jimmy Lane and Mary’s boyfriend, Bill, into frequenting a “reefer” house. Gradually, Bill and Jimmy are drawn into smoking dope, which affects their family lives and leads to a terrible crime.
Sex Madness (1938) Drama Directed by: Dwain Esper. Starring: Vivian McGill, Rose Tapley, Al Rigali.
A young beauty queen travels to New York to further her modelling career, but contracts syphilis after being tricked into a sexual encounter. She is torn between the prospect of a slow, intensive but proven therapy and a supposed miracle cure.
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Format: Either PAL or NTSC (depending on world location), Region 0 (Multi-Region/Worldwide).