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TRIP TO WHERE? 8 LSD CLASSROOM SCARE FILMS + 3 PSYCHEDELIC TV SHOWS FROM 1967-1968 2 DISC SET DVD-R!

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i got to see all of these films in elementary school. they were supposed to freak you out, but they made drugs look so cool i couldn’t wait to try them. i got over it pretty quick… anyway here are the best LSD horror films from 1967 and 1968 on 2 discs!

TRIP TO WHERE 1968

Three handsome sailors are talked into trying LSD and marijuana–which, this film implies, are basically the same thing–and the effects of the drugs endanger the lives of their fellow sailors aboard ship.

 

THE NAME OF THE GAME – HIGH ON A RAINBOW 1968

The Name of the Game is an American television series starring Tony FranciosaGene Barry, and Robert Stack, which aired from 1968 to 1971 on NBC, totaling 76 episodes of 90 minutes each. The show was a wheel series, setting the stage for The Bold Ones and the NBC Mystery Movie in the 1970s. The program had the largest budget of any television series at that time. in this episode, children in schools are getting access to dangerous drugs. Dan Farrell goes undercover to find the supplier.

from my old friend’s fantastic black & white 16mm print!

 

Dragnet is an American media franchise created by actor and producer Jack Webb, following Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Detective Joe Friday and his partners as they conduct by-the-book police work and solve crimes in Los Angeles. Originating as a radio drama on NBC in 1949, Dragnet has been adapted into several successful television shows and films, though the franchise’s popularity has reduced since Webb’s death in 1982. Its name is derived from the police term “dragnet“, a system of coordinated measures for apprehending criminals or suspects.

in THE LSD STORY 1967 Friday and Gannon encounter Benjy “Blue Boy” Carver, an LSD user. Because of the then-lack of any laws against the use of LSD, they are unable to make a case against him, and Carver’s parents are of no help. Finally, legislation is passed against LSD use and sale, but by then it may be too late for “Blue Boy”.

in THE PROPHET 1968 Friday and Gannon are convinced that “Brother” William Bentley, a man convicted of defrauding elderly ladies of their pension checks, is operating the Temple of the Expanded Mind as a front for him to sell LSD to the students of a nearby elementary school. Though they are unable to arrest Bentley, Friday debates him on drug policy before he leaves. Later, Bentley is arrested for attempting to sell narcotics to a minor.

 

THE MIND BENDERS 1967

Explains the dangers of LSD. Describes the immediate medical effects and long range health and social effects of the habit.

 

BEYOND LSD 1967

Beyond LSD – This is a 1960’s era color film for concerned adults and teenagers and the abuse of LSD and other drugs. The film serves as a public service announcement on the dangers of using LSD and other drugs. It features music by the Stayns. Songs, Just Follow Me and What are Parents For. Camera, John Morrill. Editor, Walter Soul. Screenplay by Hilda Bohem. From an original idea by Fran Burnford. Produced and directed by Paul Burnford. Distributed by Film Associates.

 

THE MAZE : ETCHED IN ACID 1967

KPIX-TV documentary film from 1967 narrated by Frank Dill, which examines the use and effect of mind altering drugs in San Francisco’s youth counter culture, focusing on why young people are taking lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD). Includes interviews with Dr Allan Cohen (clinical psychologist at UC Berkeley), Hank Harrison (Director of the LSD Rescue Mission), youths who endorse the positive impact of drugs and a lady who is under the influence of LSD and tries to decribe her experience. Also features views of the Monterey Pop Festival and the Haight-Ashbury district in San Francisco.

 

THE MAZE : HAIGHT / ASHBURY 1967

KPIX-TV documentary presented by writer Michael McClure from 1967, about the Haight-Ashbury district in San Francisco and how it is increasingly recognized as a center for the growing ‘hippie’ counter-culture movement. As narrator Rod Sherry puts it: “Some call Haight-Ashbury another bohemia, like the Left Bank, Greenwich Village and others … But it’s more like Brigadoon: a magical land that appeared only yesterday and may be gone tomorrow. But if it lasts, the effect on the rest of society could be far reaching. And that’s why the outside world must try to understand what is happening here.” Includes scenes of McClure visiting the Psychedlic Bookshop, the Print Mint and the Straight Theater (where The New Salvation Army Band and a rehersal from his play ‘The Beard’ are seen). Also features views of The Grateful Dead relaxing inside their house at 710 Ashbury Street and of McClure walking though the neighborhood and socializing with painter Mike Bowen, writer Richard Brautigan and others.

 

LSD-25 1967

The dangers of LSD are driven home to teenagers in this classroom training film, which is “narrated” by an LSD tab. The “tab” tells kids that he is “a depth charge in the mind!” and various teenagers are shown babbling about their LSD experiences. “Experts” are presented who warn that LSD makes kids “paint themselves green” and has various other horrible side effects, the most serious of which is that it gives users a police record, and that there is “no known way of getting your fingerprints out of a police file once they’re in there.”

 

LSD – TRIP OR TRAP? 1967

Explains the dangers of LSD. Describes the immediate medical effects and long range health and social effects of the habit.

 

LSD – INSIGHT OR INSANITY? 1967

Documentary about the potentially dangerous and unpredictable drug LSD. Various experts discuss how LSD is made and the hazards involved in using it while avid users explain why they enjoy taking it. Narrated by Sal Mineo!

 

color, black & white, mono, fullscreen, 2 discs, a DVDRPARTY exclusive! comes packaged as shown in color DVD case, wrapped in plastic!

 

 

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