A DVD compilation of vintage 16mm films about clothing and fashion and how it affects its wearer.
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Dress for Health (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1957) - After Peter and Polly experience the unpleasant effects of inappropriate dress, they begin to notice that others dress according to the weather. They also learn how to use the thermometer and weather report.
Replay (1970, Concepts Unlimited) the Arrow Shirt Company embraces hippies and documents the existence of the generation link. Shows that history repeats itself and change is very often a replay of past events.
Twenty Dollar Miracle (Natl Cotton Council Of America, 1967) The American woman is the best dressed woman in the world. This is due to Yankee ingeniuty, which makes a fashionable, well-made dress to sell for twenty dollars or less.
Fur Coat Club (1973, Learning Corp of America) Depicts the adventures of two nine-year-old girls who have invented a secret game of touching fur coats without the wearer realizing it.