Cocaine Fiends ★★ The Pace That Kills 1936
Drug use leads siblings into a squalid life of addiction, crime, prostitution, and eventually suicide. Ostensibly straight morality tale functions better as loopy camp. Features memorable slang. 74m/B VHS, DVD . Lois January, Noel Madison, Willy Castello, Dean Benton, Lois Lindsay, Sheila (Manors) Mannors; D: William A. O'Connor.
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