Break out that dusty old AV cart and pull down that clunky projection screen for this collection of vintage educational films centering on the subjects that teachers were too embarrassed to discuss with their impressionable young students. With sensitive topics such as sex, drugs, and juvenile delinquency all up for discussion, these earnest, well-meaning classroom classics range from deeply poignant to downright hilarious.
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Films on the DVD: AS BOYS GROW (1957 16 min. Medical Arts Productions), THE LAST DATE (1950 18 min. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc. Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Company), WHAT MADE SAMMY SPEED? (1957 10 min. Sid Davis Productions), A QUARTER MILLION TEENAGERS (ca. 1967 16 min. Churchill Films), DRUG ATTACK (ca. 1969 13 min. Lockheed), VIOLENCE AND VANDALISM (1972 14 min. Directions Unlimited Film Corporation), TEETH (circa 1973 12 min. Cal Dunn Studios, Inc. American Dental Assn.), LUCY (ca. 1975 12 min.), THE PARTY’S OVER (ca. 1977 14 min. N. Virginia Educ Telecommunications Assoc U.S. Department of Health), THE DAY I DIED (ca. 1978 14 min. Gordon-Kerckhoff Productions), FACING REALITY (1954 11 min. Knickerbocker Productions, Inc.), A CASE FOR BEER (ca. 1970 10 min. Kansas State University Natl Assoc of Convenience Stores), TALKING TO YOUR TEENAGER ABOUT VD (ca. 1972 19 min. West Glen Films Travelers Insurance), CONDOMS: A RESPONSIBLE OPTION (ca. 1985 10 min. Landmark Films), SOCIAL SEMINAR PROMO (8 min. National Institute of Mental Health), TEENAGE CONFLICT 1960 (excerpts) Family Films, WHEN I’M OLD ENOUGH, GOODBYE 1962 (excerpts) New York State Employment Service, THE GANG (ca. 1983) 24 min. (excerpts), Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors