Take a trip to the wrong side of Sodom in this double feature that dares to tell two of the most unusual stories ever told! It’s a celebration of celluloid trash. Feature Films: "Tomorrow's Children" (1934) The most daring, sensational drama ever filmed about a daring "hush-hush" subject....! Find out exactly what the subject is...but don't say you weren't warned! Sterling Holloway steals the show; "The Story of DE 733" (U.S. Navy/1942) Every sailor in boot camp learns that the 13 buttons on their bell bottom trousers are "13 chances to say 'No.'" However, come shore leave, the crew on this ship ignore that advice. Not only is there a long line at sick bay the next day, but the ship itself runs into peril! Stars Keefe Braselle. Short Subjects: "Spectacle Underwater," "Stars of Burlesque," and J. Carrol Naish in "Know for Sure!; plus Exploitation Advertising Gallery.