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After years of inquiries about this early over-the-top 70s anti-drug film, we finally found a copy. We have to admit that this does not disappoint. Hosted and produced by black comedian, Godfrey Cambridge, this film shows us junkies going “cold turkey”, chastises parents for their hypocrisy regarding prescription pills vs street drugs, shows us a
Invariably somebody asks us if we’re “holding” any drug films. Well, we’ve got your “fix”. Films include: Are Drugs the Answer?, Easy Way Out, LSD-Narcotics, Marijuana (with Sonny Bono), and LSD-Insight or Insanity (narrated by Sal Mineo).
Learn all about the dangers of marijuana, the perils of heavy petting, the difference between boys and girls, and the joys of menstruation. Two hours of digitally mastered shorts from original 16mm prints • Historical notes on each film by collection curator Skip Elsheimer of A/V Geeks.Films include: LSD:Case Study, Narcotics:Pit of Despair, Social-Sex Attitudes
Through the flicker of dim projector bulbs and the warble of optical soundtracks a blueprint for better living in the Atomic Age was spelled out in no uncertain terms. Now just as you remember them, Fantoma presents these collections of sex education & drug prevention. In case you haven’t learned your lesson, get another dose
Two films that debate the impact, benefits and dangers of marijuana and the powerful hallucinogen, LSD, featuring scores of critics versus Harvard professor Timothy Leary. From Pot to Psychedelics 1968 (b/w) 32 min Presents an overview of the social, legal and moral aspects of drug use and abuse in the United States. Includes interviews with
DVD contains five films from the National Institute of Mental Health's drug education series, Social Seminar.. Bunny (1971) Portrays a young college student who smokes marijuana from time to time, usually with friends, for social relaxation. Raises such questions as why does she turn on, how does she view the drug culture and to what
Drugs acting badly. Films include – Case Study Amphetamines, Drug Attack, Marijuana: Great Escape, Drugs Are Like That and Drugs and the Nervous System.
Break out that dusty old AV cart and pull down that clunky projection screen for this collection of vintage educational films centering on the subjects that teachers were too embarrassed to discuss with their impressionable young students. With sensitive topics such as sex, drugs, and juvenile delinquency all up for discussion, these earnest, well-meaning classroom