Mark Abbott


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Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) -- (Movie Clip) Blanche Blanche (Lillian Miles), having confessed to the judge (Edward LeSaint) recalls the tragic events in Reefer Madness, (a.k.a. Tell Your Children, 1936) then draws inspiration from a window.
Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) -- (Movie Clip) The Feds Educator Dr. Carroll (Josef Forte) goes to see a federal guy (Edward Earle) about the marijuana scourge, who shares anecdotes, cheaper than shooting the scenes, then tries to build rapport with troubled pupil Billy (Kenneth Craig), in Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) 1936.
Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) -- Movie Clip -- Open Opening prologue and introductory talk from Dr. Carroll (Josef Forte) in the low-budget independent quasi-documentary originally titled "Tell Your Children," but best known for the recycled name used when it was popularized as a 1970's stoner's midnight-screening hit, Reefer Madness, 1938.
Cactus Flower (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Opening, Toni Opening sequence with Sarah Vaughn singing a Quincy Jones original, introducing kooky Greenwich Village Toni (Goldie Hawn, in her Academy Award-winning role), from Cactus Flower, 1969, also starring Walter Matthau and Ingrid Bergman.
Jimi Hendrix (1973) -- (Movie Clip) No End To What He Could Have Done Jimi Hendrix fan Lou Reed and friend Pat Hartley on the guitarist’s struggles with fame and fortune, Hendrix on the subject with Dick Cavett, and comments from Hendrix roommates and colleagues Albert and Arthur Allen, (a.k.a. Ghetto Fighters, also Tunde Ra and Taharga Aleem) in Jimi Hendrix, 1973.
Jimi Hendrix (1973) -- (Movie Clip) In The Paratroops Subject Jimi Hendrix appears on the Dick Cavett show, July 1969, leading to comments from his U.S. Army band-mates, Billy Cox and Major Charles Washington, in the documentary Jimi Hendrix, 1973.
Big Snit, The (1985) -- (Movie Clip) Sawing For Teens Opening the celebrated animated short written and directed by Richard Condie for the National Film Board of Canada, The Big Snit 1985.