While devoting an entire DVD to films about the developmentally-disabled (mentally handicapped, retarded) might seem like an odd (maybe even inappropriate) theme, but these films provide insight into our culture’s view of the handicapped and the real-life problems that care providers must address. You can tell a lot about a society by how it treats
It’s fun to watch kids misbehave – especially when they aren’t yours! These films try to educate kids that it isn’t cool to be a snotty brat. Films include – Me, Too?, Parents – Who Needs Them?, If Mirrors Could Speak, Magic House, First Friends, Just Joking
Educational films that teach us about anger and how much fun it can be! Films include – I’m Mad At Me, Angry Night,The Aggressive Impulse, Mr Finley’s Feelings, Oops I Made A Mistake, It’s Not Much Fun Being Angry, Getting Angry and more!
From the A/V Geeks Film Archive. These cartoons aren’t what you’d see on Saturday morning. They have important agendas and the producers felt animation might make their point better. Cautious Twins (1960) 6 min Story of a boy and girl who are sent to the store for a loaf of bread. They follow their mother’s
School films from the 1950s and 1960s about how good manners makes your life easier and makes the world a better place. Films include: Are Manners Important, Good Table Manners, We Play and Share Together, Everyday Courtesy, Exchanging Greetings and Introductions, Helping Johnny Remember and By Jupiter.
Teenagers are always getting into trouble;- whether its hanging out with the wrong crowd, dating, drinking or body odor.These films try to head off problems early. Films include: Name Unknown, Going Steady, Getting Along with Parents, Body Care and Grooming, Unto Thyself Be True and Any Boy – USA.
Hey, ladies, is your husband grumbling about the cleanliness of his home, his clothes and the kids? Is your grocery budget through the roof and, yet, the family just mopes and picks at their plates? Do you know how to handle an aerosol can correctly? And do you ever wonder what problems housewives around the
With all the films we have about troubled boys, we thought it would be a switch to have a compilation with films with nice boys. But audiences always get giggly when we show films featuring boys, so this DVD is a laughfest. Films include – Kenny Wants to Help, Helpful Little Fireman, Boys Game, Boy’s
Discover how to fit in, keep clean, choose between right and wrong, and behave in the cafeteria. Films include: Lunchroom Manners, Soapy the Germ Fighter, Appreciating Our Parents, Why Doesn’t Cathy Eat Breakfast?, Right or Wrong?, Personality and Emotions, Why Vandalism?, The Outsider, Manners in School, Shy Guy. Plus a bonus Filmstrip.
Through the flicker of dim projector bulbs and the warble of optical soundtracks a blueprint for better living in the Atomic Age was spelled out in no uncertain terms. Now just as you remember them, Fantoma presents these collections of sex education & drug prevention. In case you haven’t learned your lesson, get another dose
Through the flicker of dim projector bulbs and the warble of optical soundtracks a blueprint for better living in the Atomic Age was spelled out in no uncertain terms. Now just as you remember them, Fantoma presents this collection of social etiquette films. For extra credit take home this second volume of 16mm behavior modification,
Films for and about girls covering a wide range of subjects – from puberty to fire safety to buying shoes to exercise and more! Heroine Of The Week (1960s circa) 5 min A fire chief tells a reporter about how a young teen girl who realizes that a fridge is on the fire. Girls Are
16mm films that highlight all the problems with the male gender. Films include: Car Theft, What About McBride? and more!
For centuries, parents have struggled to usher their children through the magical, often treacherous, journey to adulthood. But in mid-century America, a new form of tutelage was engineered: the classroom film. Suddenly, the prickly issues of sexual development and juvenile delinquency could be addressed in tidy, ten-minute sermons disguised as dramas. To deal with the
As the daughters of the baby boom reached adolescence, the American school system struggled to educate them on matters of sexual and social development lessons that were not always being taught at home. To the teacher uncomfortable with such topics, classroom films were a godsend. They depicted the reproductive system in anatomical detail (Growing Girls)
The films on this DVD were created as cautionary tales so couples could look at their own relationships and, hopefully, avoid taking a plunge into truly awful marriages. Films include – Social-Sex Attitudes in Adolescence, How Do You Know It’s Love?, Are You Ready For Marriage?, Marriage Is A Partnership, Should I Marry Outside My
Films about matrimony and finding that right person. Great for a wedding gift or divorce party! Films include: Engagement: Romance And Reality, Marriage: What Kind For You? and more!
Films about property damage, these films attempt to describe the how and why of graffiti and vandalism. They use any tactic from marionettes to dead dear to warn of the dangers involved when you don’t respect the property of others. Films include: Other People’s Property, Planet of the Ticklebops, Fun Or Dumb: Graffiti, The Boy
A collection of religious films and Sunday School favorites. No nuns with rulers here, just good old-time cinematic religion. Learn about the wages of sin, the secret to getting into heaven and find out why God likes nuclear power so much with such films as: The Door To Heaven, Carnivorous Plants, Atomic Energy Can Be
Break out that dusty old AV cart and pull down that clunky projection screen for this collection of vintage educational films designed to turn rowdy young juveniles into respectable students. Titles like HOW QUIET HELPS US AT SCHOOL, MANNERS AT SCHOOL, and SAFE LIVING AT SCHOOL offer helpful advice on suppressing your savage adolescent instincts,