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    The Dope Traffic (Sonney, 1933). Window Card (14" X 22") Alternative Title: Narcotic.
    Infamous for his slew of seedy "educational" dramas, Dwain Esper was the 1930s' king of exploitation, especially well known for his campy cult classic Marihuana and re-releases of Reefer Madness and Freaks. Also distributed under the title Narcotic, this cautionary tale of heroin addiction titillated audiences with its taboo subject matter, featuring a plot supposedly inspired by the grandfather of Esper's wife and screenwriter, Hildegarde Stadie. This incredibly vibrant card is in impressive shape for its considerable age, showing only slight edge wear, corner bumps, pinholes in the corners, and some mild toning. Very Fine-.


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    April, 2018
    7th-8th Saturday-Sunday
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