Strong-man Eugene (Eugen) Sandow poses in a long shot on a bare stage against a black background, wearing only tight trunks and laced sandals. He begins with his arms folded against his ... See full summary »
This is altogether a remarkable picture and of very fine photographic value. It shows a picturesque country road, down which comes a two-seated automobile carrying four people. As the ... See full summary »
LSD: Case Study (1969) is another one of your anti-drug films that they showed middle school kids. This time it's about the evils of acid (a.k.a. LSD). A pretty young white girl is hanging with her new friends from high school. They drop several doses of acid and party all night long. The girl decides to get something to eat. When she receives her hot dog she's beginning to have a bad trip. She imagines that her hot dog is a little jewel troll. The hot dog also talks to her pleading with the girl not to eat her. Freaking out from a bad trip, she tosses the hot dog and runs away whilst her friends yuck it up. I want some of that good stuff!
Recommended for comedy relief.
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