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A bearded magician holds up a large playing card and makes it larger. He tears up a card of a queen, burns the torn bits, and a life-size Queen of Hearts card appears; then, it becomes ... See full summary »
This is a classic 1960s anti-drug propaganda film that a lot of us were shown in middle school or high school. A girl is over her friends house tripping on acid, and for some odd reason she decides to go downtown and get something to eat. She buys a hot dog, and puts it up to her mouth when all of a sudden it starts to scream. She looks down at the hot dog and it has a face on it! (amusingly, the hot dog with the face on it was an old 60s-era troll doll) The hot dog begins to tell her that he has a family to support. She realizes that this is just a hallucination, so she puts it in her mouth and bites down. BUT NOOOO. That only makes it worse. It screams REALLY, REALLY loud. So she slams it on the ground and curb-stomps it. She realizes she murdered it and runs off screaming.
The entire video is made up of still images and the typical hippie-era "clashing liquid" backgrounds. The hot dog screaming sounds like it was made with a vocoder and sped up with a tape recorder. It's creepy and unsettling yet hilarious at the same time. Good for a laugh.
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