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Score: 7 out of 10 The Bottom Line This new edition from Walking Shadows doesn't improve much on the Legend Films release from 2004, which had a fun commentary by 's Mike Nelson.

If you don't care for the colorized version, that disc also includes the original black and white film. Or if you have the patience, wait five years to see what the 80th anniversary brings.

But the adults don't escape from tragedy either, suffering insanity, suicide and prison as a result of their pot-addled haze.

It was exploitation producer Dwain Esper who first saw the potential in as an unintentionally hilarious use of scare tactics while simultaneously fetishizing the very thing that's supposed to terrify us.

Here are the bonus films and clips included: Together, these bonus features total more than two hours of content.

That may be typical of audio that's 75 years old, especially one recorded with low end equipment, but it can be difficult to listen to at times. Crowded in with all the other elements, it's hollow and brassy.

" and the feature-length "Marihuana: Sins of Youth." There's also a few bizarre and rare nuggets in there, like "Weed of Death," a silent-era tale of cowboys getting high on the range and "Hemp for Victory," a short put out by the government during World War II to encourage American farmers to grow hemp in support of the war effort (for the production of rope and textiles, of course).