Vintage 16mm films about the joy and melodrama that is the school dance. Films include- As Others See Us (1953) – The Dairy Council shows us how to behave when at a social event. Getting Closer (1975) – Will young Greg make it to the dance tonight or will his shyness keep him at home
Some of the most requested films from the A/V Geeks collection. Films include: Pamela Wong’s Birthday for Grandma, Santa Claus and Punch & Judy, The Lottery, Check the Neck, Shake Hands With Danger.
Get all four of the “Best of” DVDs. Some of the A/V Geeks favorite films: Pamela Wong’s Birthday for Grandma, Santa Claus and Punch & Judy, The Lottery, Check the Neck, Shake Hands With Danger, Story, Case Study – LSD, Pride on Parade, VD Attack Plan, Orange and Blue, Telezonia and ABC of Sex Education
After years of inquiries about this early over-the-top 70s anti-drug film, we finally found a copy. We have to admit that this does not disappoint. Hosted and produced by black comedian, Godfrey Cambridge, this film shows us junkies going “cold turkey”, chastises parents for their hypocrisy regarding prescription pills vs street drugs, shows us a
Educational films featuring celebrities – either before they were famous or as a PR move after their careers slumped. Films include: Bookkeeping and You (with ‘Bewitched’ star Dick York), Is That A Happy Hippopotamus? (with ‘That’s Incredible’ host John Davidson), Learn Not To Burn (with Dick Van Dyke), First Aid Action (with Burt Reynolds), Chickenomics
A DVD compilation of films that document the Ford River Rouge plant. Science Rules The Rouge (1939) This narrated film clip takes viewers on a tour of the Ford Motor Company Rouge plant’s testing and inspection laboratories. It shows tests for various automobile parts, including tires, pistons, and crankshafts. It also shows finished vehicles being
A compilation of 1970s ecologically-themed school films featuring Uncle Smiley – a clumsy, heavy guy with a heart of gold. Films include – Uncle Smiley Goes Recycling, Uncle Smiley Follows the Four Seasons, Uncle Smiley Goes Up the River, Uncle Smiley Goes Camping, Uncle Smiley Goes To The Beach, Uncle Smiley Goes Planting and Uncle
Watch some of the most absurd examples of educational films from the 1980s - the death rattle of 16mm school films. There's singing, dancing, costumes, puppets and just some bad ideas! Films include Cell Wars, Flash That Smile, Calcium, Ridin' Cool To School, Nobody Tells Me What To Do, Clean Up Your Act 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.