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  • Actors: Dorothy Short, Kenneth Craig, Lillian Miles, Dave O'Brien, Thelma White
  • Directors: Albert Herman, Dwain Esper, Edward E. Kaye, Elmer Clifton, Harry L. Fraser
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Content/Copy-Protected CD, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC, Original recording remastered
  • Language: English
  • Region: All RegionsAll Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
  • Release Date: Sept. 5 2007
  • Run Time: 1434 minutes
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  • ASIN: B000FS9FI0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #65,099 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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136 of 148 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Forgotten Exploitation Films! June 9 2006
By Parker Benchley - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
For fans of Z-grade exploitation films of the 30s-50s, this is a great treasure trove of forgotten rarities. Everything from drugs to prostitution to gambling to wild sex to midgets is covered in this panorama of exploitation. Remember, though, these films are in the public domain and the picture and sound quality will very from film to film. Here is a rundown of what is on the 4-DVD set:

1. Chained for Life

2. Child Bride

3. Cocaine Fiends

4. Delinquent Daughters

5. Escort Girl

6. Gambling with Souls

7. Joyless Street,

8. Mad Youth

9. Marihuana

10. Marijuana Menace, The

11. Omoo-Omoo, The Shark God

12. Reefer Madness

13. Road to Ruin, The

14. Sex Madness

15. She Shoulda' Said "No"!

16. Slaves in Bondage

17. Ten Nights in a Barroom

18. Terror of Tiny Town, The

19. Test Tube Babies

20. Wild and The Wicked, The
69 of 75 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Strange things are happening April 8 2007
By Annie Van Auken - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
MILL CREEK ENTERTAINMENT packages offer unusual (and often rare) cinema at bargain prices. In their box set CULT CLASSICS 20 MOVIE PACK, vice is nice (or so it seems). Topics of these films include drugs and alcohol (when booze was illegal), love for a price, and out-of-control teens. There's human oddities like little people and conjoined twins. In fact, for fans of the luridly bizarre this movie collection has a lot to offer.

50 MOVIE PACK: DRIVE-IN MOVIE CLASSICS is another boxful of weirdness.

Parenthetical numbers preceding titles are 1 to 10 viewer poll ratings found at a film resource website.

(3.5) Chained For Life (1951) - Violet & Daisy Hilton (Siamese twins)
(6.0) Child Bride (1938) - Shirley Mills/Bob Bollinger
(4.8) Cocaine Fiends ("The Pace That Kills") (1935) - Lois January/Noel Madison
(5.3) Delinquent Daughters (1944) - June Carlson/Fifi D'Orsay
(3.8) Escort Girl (1941) - Wheeler Oakman/Betty Compson
(5.5) Gambling With Souls (1936) - Martha Chapin/Wheeler Oakman
(7.2) Joyless Street (silent/Germany-1925) - Renate Brausewetter/Greta Garbo (uncredited)
(5.1) Mad Youth (1940) - Mary Ainslee/Betty Compson
(3.7) Marihuana (1936) - Harley Wood/Hugh McArthur
(5.4) The Marijuana Menace ("Assassin Of Youth") (1937) - Luana Walters/Arthur Gardner
(5.4) Omoo-Omoo The Shark God (1949) - Ron Randell/Devera Burton
(3.1) Reefer Madness ("Tell Your Children") (1936) - Dorothy Short/Kenneth Craig
(6.4) The Road To Ruin (1934) - Helen Foster/Nell O'Day
(3.6) Sex Madness (1938) - Vivian McGill/Rose Tapley
(4.5) She Shoulda' Said No (1949) - Alan Baxter/Lyle Talbot
(5.2) Slaves In Bondage (1937) - Lona Andre/Donald Reed
(4.9) Ten Nights In A Barroom (1931) - William Farnum/Tom Santschi
(2.4) The Terror Of Tiny Town (1938) - Billy Curtis/Yvonne Moray
(5.0) Test Tube Babies (1948) - Dorothy Duke/William Thomason
(4.7) The Wild And The Wicked - Joy Reynolds/Geri Moffatt
49 of 54 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars All Not Exploitation ,Some For Serious Social Change Jan. 21 2007
By Bonnie1956 - Published on
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I haven't viewed the entire set but so far the photography and sound are quite good and, in fact, excellent in Chained For Life and Child Bride. Chained For Life deals with actual Siamnese twin sisters who are wonderful singers/entertainers (in real life, too) in vaudeville. One is courted and exploited by another entertainer in the show much to the chagrin of the other twin. What eventually occurs is somewhat far-fetched but still possible. I won't ruin it but the twins are treated with dignity throughout the story which also features an actual very entertaining variety/vaudeville show. Child Bride concerns the dignity and rights of young pre-teen and teenage girls and, as the title denotes, a very serious social issue in the U.S.A. at one time. A teacher from the same mountain community (and in peril) advocates for a law forbidding this practice. There are also other conflicts within the mountain community, some quite ugly, but it's an interesting story, especially the unexpected ending/solution.
70 of 79 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Beware of Mill Creek releases April 19 2008
By skinnyrobbie - Published on
Format: DVD
I would have paid twice or even three times the asking amount for even the ravaged copies of these films, but with the Mill Creek logo popping up throughout the films, I would rather obtain these titles from collectors (or download them...they are, after all, public domain.) This set was already in my cart and I was ready to purchase, but fortunately a friend loaned me his copy. Poor duplication, poor prints, but worst of all is that company logo that appears off and on during the films. I removed everything in my cart from Mill Creek Entertainment and will never buy anything from them ever (I also stopped buying from Something Weird, who also host their crummy logo for the duration of all of their DVD's, fact fans!) I spend a lot of money on DVDs, but I don't spend it on companies that cripple what I pay for. If other consumers boycotted this practice, it would end.
30 of 32 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great Movies, but they are Edited Nov. 16 2008
By Christopher Peters - Published on
Format: DVD
If you are looking for complete versions of these films, this is not the Collection to buy. Multiple films have been edited and are not full prints.