One-Way Ticket to Hell (1955) - Rotten Tomatoes

One-Way Ticket to Hell (1955)





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Drug abuse is not funny and this mid '50s melodrama does not want the audience to forget that for a minute as it tells the low-budget exploitative tale of a good girl gone bad. Her downward spiral started with a single puff on a marijuana cigarette. From there it was pills and after that it was only a matter of time before she began injecting heroin. Fully addicted, her life became a lurid nightmare as she struggled constantly to maintain the "high" her body craved. Even accidents and hospitalization cannot stop the mad demon inside and soon she becomes a dealer. It is only after the police capture her that she is forced to get the monkey off her back and start upon a new, more productive life.


Victor Kendall
as Russel Packard
Barbara Marks
as Cassandra Light
Bamlet L. Price Jr.
as Cholo Martinez
Robert Norman
as Johnny Adams
Elaine Lindenbaum
as Margo Rossi
William Kendall
as Russel Packard
Anthony Gorsline
as Jimmy Sanchez
Joe Popovich
as Stutzman
Robert A. Sherry
as Lt. David Jason
Joel Climenhaga
as Sven Bergman
Lucile Price
as Mrs. Leigh
Victor Schwartz
as Sgt. Schwartz
Kurt Martell
as Narrator
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