Not Rated | | Drama
A seriously ill schoolteacher becomes dependent on a "miracle" drug that begins to affect his sanity.
The check Ed writes for the dresses at the department store is for $159.95, which would equate to about $1,460 in 2017.
Childhood is a congenital disease - and the purpose of education is to cure it. We're breeding a race of moral midgets.
When Dr. Norton is looking at Ed's electrocardiogram, he is shown viewing it upside down.
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