Cocaine Fiends
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Cocaine Fiends
Often compared to Reefer Madness, this low-budget exploitation melodrama features Lois January as Jane Bradford, a small-town coffee-shop waitress falling in love with smooth-talking city hoodlum Nick Brogan (Noel Madison), who gets her hooked on cocaine. While Jane goes from pretty ingénue to a hardened nightclub habitue known as Lil, her brother Eddie (Dean Benton), a waiter in a drive-in restaurant, is persuaded by co-worker Fanny (Sheila Manners) to enjoy a night on the town. They both become addicts and Fanny is reduced to walking the streets for money. Pregnant and rejected by the… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Its drug of choice really does present dangers to society and its unfortunate an inept film like this is just something to be laughed at or ignored."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"Some big laughs in this good-kids-go-real-bad-real-fast movie, but muddy visuals make LONG sections of Fiends unwatchable. Don't hold your breath for a Kino transfer."
‑ Martin Scribbs, Low IQ Canadian
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