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Maryjane (1968)

Not Rated | | Drama | February 1968 (USA)
A teacher trying to break up a local drug ring is framed and arrested for possession of marijuana.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Phil Blake
... Elli Holden
... Jordan Bates
... Jerry Blackburn
... Susan Hoffman
Russ Bender ... Harry Braxton
Booth Colman ... Maynard Parlow
... Police Chief Otis Mosley
Henry Hunter ... Arthur Ford
Phil Vandervort ... Herbie Mueller
Ivan Bonar ... Roger Campbell
... Judge
Ward Ramsey ... Mr. Blackburn
Bruce Mars ... Toby
Steve Cory ... Chuck Poe


Fabian plays a high school art teacher who is framed and busted while trying to convince the school principal that grass isn't such a bad thing. Diane McBain plays a fellow teacher who has her own problems to deal with. The rebellious students are about as threatening as a teenage root beer bust. Written by alfiehitchie

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2 are in jail & the others have blown their minds! See more »




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February 1968 (USA)  »

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Djävuls-bruden  »

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Government Funded 60's Propaganda?
20 April 2010 | by See all my reviews

That's really what this film feels like, complete with evil stoner teenagers and some seriously cringe worthy "high" scenes, where the kids run around screaming or doing various things that no one in their right mind would think of doing while stoned (including binding peoples arms and feet and dropping them in a lake. What.) Perhaps Dexter and Gautier live in some kind of alternate reality where cannabis is actually a potent mix of crack cocaine and PCP.

It's a film that anyone who has smoked cannabis would laugh heartily at, but it seems quite frightening that people once seriously believed that marijuana is as dangerous as it is depicted in this film. It's an obvious step back from Reefer Madness, but every scene that includes marijuana is childishly naive and always completely unrealistic in terms of the drugs' effects. The untruthfulness of the entire film, the plot, script and numerous factual errors really detracts from the performance of the seemingly talented cast- but it simply is not possible to take the acting seriously when placed in such an outrageous context.

Brainwashing material for 60's youth is my call- it didn't work I suppose.

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