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Marihuana ★ Marijuana: The Devil's Weed; Marijuana, Weed with Roots in Hell 1936

An unintentionally hilarious, “Reefer Madness”-type cautionary film about the exaggerated evils of pot smoking. A real dopey film favored by right-winger zealots. 57m/B VHS, DVD . Harley Wood, Hugh McArthur, Pat Carlyle, Dorothy Dehn, Paul Ellis, Richard Erskine; D: Dwain Esper; W: Rex Elgin, Hildegarde Stadie; C: Roland Price.

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