The cult classic Reefer Madness is part anti-drug propaganda and part salacious exploitation flick. Released in 1936, the movie used the educational angle to justify scenes of "drug-crazed abandon" (though these sequences seem quaint by today's standards). It owes its duality to the fact that it was funded by a church group before a producer bought and redistributed it (with more shocking material) as an exploitation film. The full feature-length movie is available at the Internet Archive, but here we've taken the funniest and most melodramatic scenes out of context for your viewing pleasure.
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