Sin, sex and sores! Films include: VD: Every 30 Seconds, Innocent Party, Know For Sure, The Lunatic and VD Attack Plan.
Invariably somebody asks us if we’re “holding” any drug films. Well, we’ve got your “fix”. Films include: Are Drugs the Answer?, Easy Way Out, LSD-Narcotics, Marijuana (with Sonny Bono), and LSD-Insight or Insanity (narrated by Sal Mineo).
Learn all about the dangers of marijuana, the perils of heavy petting, the difference between boys and girls, and the joys of menstruation. Two hours of digitally mastered shorts from original 16mm prints • Historical notes on each film by collection curator Skip Elsheimer of A/V Geeks.Films include: LSD:Case Study, Narcotics:Pit of Despair, Social-Sex Attitudes
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,
The miracle of puberty but only for the young ladies. Films include: Story of Menstruation, Personal Health for Girls, Naturally a Girl and It’s Wonderful Being A Girl.
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
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
Given the current outrage against the extracurricular shenanigans taking place in our hallowed halls of learning, you’d think that kids have truly gone wild. But the A/V Geeks have picked school films from our past that show students have always looked beyond the Three Rs in school! Also all of the films were made by
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
Available by popular demand. More films about alienated, angst-filled juvenile delinquents. Amazing. Films included: Who Cares?, Right or Wrong, Why Vandalism?, Merry-Go-Round Horse, The Huntsman
Ah yes, the ABC Afterschool Special. This show introduced a whole generation of kids to suicide, alcoholism, drug abuse where babies come from and what happens when your best friend has one. All of this before the parents got home from work. What’s even better is that most of these shows featured many stars before
Classic 1980s 16mm films that show just how hard it is to be a Christian teenager in these tempting times – what with all the sex, drugs, peer pressure and rock n roll! Films include – “Face Value”, “Morality for Youth”, and “Rock – It’s Your Decision”.
Teenage Years Series Presents Marlo Thomas leading preadolescent and adolescent girls in an informal discussion about their changing bodies and emotions.
In October of 2006, we lost an important educational filmmaker – Sid Davis. He wasn’t the best filmmaker and his message wasn’t always a progressive one. In fact, his vision of a world filled with sexual deviants and kids on the brink of tragedy helped usher in the current paranoia. Films include – Name Unknown,
Films about the bad people. Films include – Cautious Twins, Girls Beware, Self Defense For Girls, Meeting Strangers: Red light, Green Light, and Roscoe’s Rules
What are little boys made of? Fidgety hands, evil minds and little legs that will run away if given the chance. Films included: Trick or Treat, Cheating, Other People’s Property, The Bike, and The Game.
Drugs acting badly. Films include – Case Study Amphetamines, Drug Attack, Marijuana: Great Escape, Drugs Are Like That and Drugs and the Nervous System.
Films about our microscopic friends who make our lives so miserable. Films included – Joan Avoids A Cold (2nd ed), Getting Sick And Getting Well, Cell Wars, Communicable Diseases: They Just Get Around and VD Questions and Answers.