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All The Triumphs And Travails of Tender Youth In The 1940s, 1950s And 1960s! 9 Priceless Hours Packed Into 38 Films On 2 All Regions Dual Layer DVDs!
ACT YOUR AGE (1949, 12:31)
Jim is an emotionally immature teen who discovers how to quantify, qualify, evaluate and control his juvenile responses from the lectures of both his school's principal and janitor.
AGE OF TURMOIL (1953, 18:36)
This chronicle of the after-school activities of a group of six teenagers was intended for the parents of teenagers to learn how their youngsters spent their time from the voice of Lorne Greene. Covers the gambit of activities from running around with the usual crew to picking on people & daydreaming.
ARE YOU POPULAR? (1947, 9:52)
Classic "good girl/bad girl" film of the post-World War II era covering dating ettiquette, parental courtesy & the great American obession with popularity.
AS OTHERS SEE US (1950, 12:34)
The rules of teen ettiquette - formal & informal gatherings, table manners, introductions & more - are demonstrated by the especially well dressed youngsters of Webster Groves High School, Missouri.
THE BENEFITS OF LOOKING AHEAD (1950, 10:28)
Nick's having problems planning for the future, but after scaring himself with visions of drifting around as a bum, he makes amends.
CHEATING (1952, 11:00)
John gets Mary into trouble when he bamboozles her into giving him the answers to an Algebra test. It ultimately brings about his personal, social and psychological ruin.
CONTROL YOUR EMOTIONS (1950, 13:07)
How emotional self control brings about self-mastery, most especially for teens.
DEVELOPING SELF-RELIANCE (1946, 20:16)
An education in bringing about the traits that secure success and happiness in one's endeavors.
EMOTIONAL MATURITY (1957, 19:46)
Dave's girlfriend dumps him, his coach benches him and his Father thinks he's a good-for-nothing. What does a poor boy do? Slash the tires of ex's new beau for starters. An analysis of what could go wrong without emotional self-control.
HABIT PATTERNS (1954, 13:27)
Barbara wants in with the In Crowd, but her slovenly lower class ways nixes her. This films would have put her on the straight & narrow road to conformity!
HOW HONEST ARE YOU? (1950, 13:21)
Sure, it's easy to keep from telling a simple little lie, but what if the stakes are high, and the rewards or punishments are great? This film puts a group of teens into a situation where all involved have to work hard to come up with the right thing to do.
HOW TO BE WELL GROOMED (1949, 10:06)
And how! After this visit with brother & sister team Don & Sue, you'll really know what well groomed is!
HOW TO KEEP A JOB (1949, 10:06)
Ed finds out it's one thing to get a job, it's another thing altogether to keep it. The identical twins Bob & Walter take on "do" & "don't" roles respectively to illustrate what one should, and should not, do in the workplace.
HOW TO SAY NO: MORAL MATURITY (1951, 10:30)
The trouble kids get into - just because they can't say no! The three kings of drinking, smoking and love-making keep leading youth astray, and this film intends to do something about it.
JUNIOR PROM (1946, 20:16)
Lovely color film of two couples embarking on a double date, unaware that they were taking Emily Post along too for a real crash course in the manners & ettiquette of the age.
LAW AND SOCIAL CONTROLS (1949, 9:37)
This group of teens gangs up as "The Teen Canteen" and entangle themselves in the authority-figure-invoking dilemma of whether to break up their daily fun at 10:30 or 11:00 at night.
MEASURE OF A MAN (1962, 22:02)
In this film, it's measured by one teenager's will to "just say no" to demon beer.
MENTAL HEALTH: KEEPING MENTALLY FIT (1952, 12:04)
A kind of "Four Freedoms" of the psyche are inculcated here - the natural expression of emotions, self respect, respect for others and the solving of problems.
OVERCOMING FEAR (1950, 11:50)
How Bill overcomes his fear of water becomes an example for all teens on how to conquer their fears.
RESPONSIBILITY (1953, 13:27)
A lesson in instilling a sense of personal responsibility into the behavior of individual students.
SELF-CONCIOUS GUY (1951, 10:20)
Illustrates how a lack of self assurance limits the self-actualization and achievement of students.
SHY GUY (1947, 12:48)
Dick York of "Bewitched" TV show fame shows himself to be a good son when he follows Dad's advice to emulate the popular kids at school. One might want to think twice about giving such advice to children nowadays.
SNAP OUT OF IT! (EMOTIONAL BALANCE) (1951, 11:24)
A straight-A student gets more than a little unhinged when he fails to get an A in History, and the Principal of the school helps to get him emotionally straightened out again.
THE DROPOUT (1962) - PART I (13:07) & PART II (14:21)
Several case studies in what causes a high school student to drop out, analyzing such causes as academic failure, finances, misanthropy, etc..
THE PROCRASTINATOR (1952, 11:33)
Jean lets her fellow students down when as chair of the social committee her failure to use time management results in disaster at the school dance.
THE SHOW-OFF (1954, 11:03)
More than one class clown or merry prankster make for hijinks throughout the high school, and the principal has to intervene to help their fellow students to help themselves and solve the problem.
THE SNOB (1958, 13:18)
Why are some girls snobs? This film seeks to answer the question and to illustrate the effects such snobbery has on the snob themselves and those around them.
THE TROUBLE MAKER (1959, 12:06)
A boy goes sour on life and resorts to troublemaking as a means of compensating, and his fellow students must learn how to cope with and combat the menace.
TOWARD EMOTIONAL MATURITY (1954, 10:14)
A teenage girl take stock of her emotional life as she deals with love, anger, fear and sex all at once when a conflict arises involving herself, her parents and her boyfriend.
UNDERSTAND YOUR EMOTIONS (1950, 12:32)
Mr. Brent the Biology teacher teaches how emotions effect voluntary and involuntary behavior and how these emotions can be controlled through an understanding of what they are and how to deal with them.
UNDERSTANDING OTHERS (1959, 11:40)
A plea to evaluate an individual's true worth by their merits rather than their background or social standing.
UNDERSTANDING YOUR IDEALS (1950, 14:00)
Dad's example demonstrates to junior that true idealism consists of virtue and not cars, girls & good times.
WHAT ABOUT JUVENILE DELINQUENCY? (1955, 10:41)
After Jimmy's gang attacks Dad, he goes to City Hall to help fight for the institution of a curfew to contrain the hoodlums.
WHAT ABOUT SCHOOL SPIRIT? (1958, 14:08)
What school spirit is and does, and isn't and doesn't, for school kids.
YOU AND YOUR FAMILY (1946, 7:06)
A training film for youngsters to learn how to negotiate rather than fight with their parents.
YOU AND YOUR PARENTS (1950, 13:05)
When Dick gets fed up with his parents, he goes home with Mr. Martin, who counsels him to accept his parents guidance and control along with acknowledgment of his growing maturity.
YOUR FAMILY (1948, 10:06)
One of the original "family values" pictures which illustrates social engagement, group involvement in household chores, dinner table prayer and familial accord.
YOUR THRIFT HABITS (1948, 10:33)
Jack's interested in photography, but how is he to invest in this interest with his limited funds? This films shows how he sets himself a budget and practices self sacrifice in order to obtain the object of his highest priority.
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