Nobody explains the mysterious of menstruation better than a 16mm educational film! Join us with this DVD compilation of tastefully abstract diagrams of female sex organs and girls becoming women! And help us decide - are these films progressive sex education or just advertisements for feminine hygiene products. Films include - Story of Menstruation, Naturally.. a
Three episodes of the 1972 4-H Council and Michigan State Univ-produced wacky TV show that teaches kids good nutrition with humor and songs. Episodes include – Getting It All Together, Great Nutrition Turn-On and Look Inside Yourself.
Episodes from the brilliant educational TV series that explored the emotional and moral dilemmas that kids faced in the mid-1970s. Films include: Breakup, Someone;Special, Getting Even, Strong Feelings, But Names Will Never Hurt, I Dare You.
Episodes from the brilliant educational TV series that explored the emotional and moral dilemmas that kids faced in the mid-1970s. Films include: Can I Help?, Can Do/Can’t Do, Brothers and Sisters, Donna, Because It’s Fun and more!
Even more episodes from the brilliant educational TV series that explored the emotional and moral dilemmas that kids faced in the mid-1970s. Films include: But They Might Laugh, Love Susan, Must I May I, A Sense of Joy, Travelin’ Shoes and Bully.
Episodes from the brilliant educational TV series that explored the emotional and moral dilemmas that kids faced in the mid-1970s. Films include: Jeff’s Company, Lost Is A Feeling, Just One Place, Buy and Buy, How Do You Show?, Home Sweet Home and Just Joking.
That Ouja board you played with at the slumber party seemed fun at the time but now your soul belongs to the Devil. Watch this compilation of 16mm religious films about the dangers of the Occult before it's too late! The first film, "Occult - An Echo from Darkness" is from the late 1970s, features
16mm school films that touch on the revolutionary spirit of the 1970s. Film include: Me, Too?, Treehouse, A Lunchroom Goes Bananas, 220 Blues and Replay
School films that aren’t about hallucinogenic drugs, but were certainly influenced by them. Films include: 200, Toes Tell, Toothache of a Clown, Fantasy of Feet, Malakapalakadoo Skip Two, Replay, The Eyes Have.. Or Do They? and more!
DVD contains five films from the National Institute of Mental Health's drug education series, Social Seminar.. Bunny (1971) Portrays a young college student who smokes marijuana from time to time, usually with friends, for social relaxation. Raises such questions as why does she turn on, how does she view the drug culture and to what
Teenage Years Series Presents Marlo Thomas leading preadolescent and adolescent girls in an informal discussion about their changing bodies and emotions.
With the passing of pantomime auteur Marcel Marceau, the A/V Geeks have found some films that show his genius and, in contrast, films that demonstrate why mimes are so despised today. Films include: Guessing Game, The Box, Language Of The Heart, Affective Learning, Safe Play – Danger Places and more.
Films about our late-1960s nervous optimism towards the future. Films include: Year 1999 AD (newly transferred better copy), Libra (1978) and Future Shock. Note! This volume contains none of the series, 21st Century - those films were removed from the compilation upon CBS' request.
A compilation of educational TV shorts shown on Saturday mornings featuring kids talking about their hometowns. Includes Apache Indian Friends, Eskimo Friends, Friends in Alpine TX, Friends in Atlanta GA, Friends in Buffalo NY, Friends in Dallas TX, Friends in Morro Bay CA, Friends in Philadelphia, Friends in St Louis, Friends in Washington DC, Pennsylvania