View Full Version : Taboo Tales Coming From Mill Creek 8/20/13

Ian Jane
07-30-2013, 10:05 AM
Maybe nothing we haven't seen before but the price is always right on sets like this.

Coming from Mill Creek on August 20th...


Over 14 Hours of Doped-Up Drama!

Prepare to trip out with the most outlandish and unintentionally hilarious films from the 1930s, 40s and 50s. This three DVD collection of cautionary tales follows the downward spiral of America’s youth as they puff their way through wild parties, jazz music and all the threatening influences of the era! Discover the outrageous insanity lurking around every corner, in this collection of twelve camp classics from the golden age of sinister cinema!


Reefer Madness
Starring Kenneth Craig, Dorothy Short, Carleton Young
(1936) - B&W - 68 Minutes - Not Rated
This 1930's cult classic shows, in an unintentionally funny way, how marijuana is "Public Enemy #1". With just a little toke, average teenagers become addicts turning into psycho killers and brazen hussies.

Delinquent Daughters
Starring June Carlson, Fifi D'Orsay, Teala Loring
(1944) - B&W - 69 Minutes - Not Rated
Neglected teens, lacking any parental supervision or attention, fall in with a bad crowd and end up drinking, partying and even dabbling in petty crime.

The Cocaine Fiends
Starring Lois January, Noel Madison, Dean Benton
(1936) - B&W - 61 Minutes - Not Rated
This film is about a small town girl and her brother who are lured to the big city by drug-running gangsters that turn them into cocaine addicts.

Chained for Life
Starring Daisy Hilton, Violet Hilton, Mario Laval
1951) - B&W - 69 Minutes - Not Rated
Employable only as circus performers, Siamese twins Vivian and Dorothy Hamilton live and love in a world not made for them. One is a desperate romantic, the other a cold-blooded killer.

The Terror of Tiny Town
Starring Bill Curtis, Yvonne Moray, Little Billy Rhodes
(1938) - B&W - 61 Minutes - Not Rated
The good townspeople of Tiny Town saddle up their Shetland ponies and take on the evil gunslinger who has been terrorizing them.

The Wild and Wicked
Starring Joy Reynolds, Geri Moffatt, Mariko Perri
(1956) - B&W - 88 Minutes - Not Rated
In this sordid tale, an innocent young girl comes to California to visit her sister and try her hand at stardom. But a burgeoning career as a model quickly turns into a compromising job working for a Hollywood prostitution racket.

Test Tube Babies
Starring Dorothy Duke, William Thomason, Timothy Farrell
(1948) - B&W - 53 Minutes - Not Rated
A happily married couple has been trying to have a baby with no luck. Discovering the husband is sterile, their family doctor suggests that they think about artificial insemination, which at the time was considered a scandalous choice.

Mad Youth
Starring Betty Compson, Mary Ainslee, Betty Atkinson
(1940) - B&W - 63 Minutes - Not Rated
An indiscreet mother and her neglected daughter both live life on the wild side. When the daughter leaves home to stay with a recently-married friend, the two young girls become captives, forced into prostitution.

The Marijuana Menace
Starring Luana Walters, Arthur Gardner, Fay McKenzie
(1937) - B&W - 63 Minutes - Not Rated
A group of high school students has taken up the bad habit of smoking marijuana, leading them down a path of hedonistic activities.

Sex Madness
Starring Vivian McGill, Stanley Barton, Allan Tower
(1938) - B&W - 51 Minutes - Not Rated
A small-town beauty queen with hopes to make it in the big city faces a serious problem when she is diagnosed with a venereal disease.

Gambling with Souls
Starring Martha Chapin, Wheeler Oakman, Bryant Washburn
(1936) - B&W - 68 Minutes - Not Rated
A young housewife longing for the finer things in life turns to frequenting shady bars and gambling. She is forced into prostitution to pay off her losses.

She Shoulda’ Said “No”!
Starring Lila Leeds, Alan Baxter, Lyle Talbot
(1940) - B&W - 69 Minutes - Not Rated
A young chorus girl loses a lot in her life when she meets a drug pusher and starts selling marijuana to earn extra cash. After her arrest, a cop offers her a dangerous chance at redemption.

Jimmy Simard
07-30-2013, 11:10 AM
Thanks Ian! I've seen some of them and I even own 2 different releases of Reefer Madness, but usually those set are a lot of fun for the price so I've pre-ordered it.

07-31-2013, 06:35 PM
Jimmy, please comment about the PQ of this set when you've watched the films.

Jimmy Simard
07-31-2013, 09:04 PM
The release here is set for the 17/09 so I'll try to watch the set immediatly if it isn't delayed (because I won't watch it in october since that month is only to watch horror movies for me by tradition).

If I forgot just give me recall note...

Jimmy Simard
09-04-2013, 10:07 AM
Anyone here got it since it was released in the US last month?