Today, at the beginning of every movie, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) provides a handy primer as to the content you’re about to see on the screen. But movies didn’t always get rated. In fact, at the beginning of the cinema, directors got away with a lot more. Take the pre-code 1934 movie Murder at the Vanities, where there's an entire musical number about the pleasures of marijuana.
Perhaps it will become an anthem for all the new and legal of marijuana dealers seeking licenses in Illinois.