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The dangers of LSD are driven home to teenagers in this classroom training film, which is "narrated" by an LSD tab. The "tab" tells kids that he is "a depth charge in the mind!" and various... See full summary »

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The dangers of LSD are driven home to teenagers in this classroom training film, which is "narrated" by an LSD tab. The "tab" tells kids that he is "a depth charge in the mind!" and various teenagers are shwn babbling about their LSD experiences. "Experts" are presented who warn that LSD makes kids "paint themselves green" and has various other horrible side effects, the most serious of which is that it gives users a police record, and that there is "no known way of getting your fingerprints out of a police file once they're in there." Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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1 January 1967 (USA)  »

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The "horrors" of taking acid....
24 June 2008 | by See all my reviews

I saw this in 6th grade (1967)... stupid theme song is still stuck in my head We found it pretty amusing even then. A typical "Scare" film, the movie warns of dangers of taking a trip. The theme song is catchy and sticks in your head longer than any visions of a trip.

The interesting thing, is that the "anti-drug films didn't bat around bushes or us euphemisms. We were shown what uppers and downers looked like and what their street names were. So, I knew what a "yellow jacket" was and 'black beauties'. today? pfffff... if you can catch a showing, see it under the influence of something.

'Drown, drown out of your mind, You say you're seeing things, but I know you're blind. A million bright colors explode in your head Today you're just high, tomorrow you're dead, Drown, drown


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