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Old Time Kids Films Youth Social Guidance Films Set DVD, MP4, USB

Old Time Kids Films Youth Social Guidance Films Set DVD, MP4, USB
Old Time Kids Films Youth Social Guidance Films Set DVD, MP4, USB
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33 Years Of Childhood Memories Gone By! A Full 24 Social Guidance Films To Help Children Grow Into Morally And Physically Fit Adults Packed Into 5 Full Hours Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #OldTimeKidsFilms #YouthSocialGuidanceFilms #SocialGuidanceFilms #Courtesy #Grammar #SocialEtiquette #Dating #Hygiene #Grooming #Health #Fitness #Civics #Morality #Responsibility #Sexuality #ChildSafety #ChildProtection #Children #Patriotism #Prejudice #JuvenileDelinquency #DrugAbuse #DriverSafety #Cycling #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive


Contents:

AM I TRUSTWORTHY? (Black/White, 1950, 10:20)
A young boy learns to do what he's told, keep his promises and to retuns what he borrows.

BEGINNING RESPONSIBILITIES: TAKING CARE OF THINGS (Black/White, 1951, 9:18)
The little ones learn to take care of their stuff properly.

BETTER USE OF YOUR LEISURE TIME (Black/White, 1950, 10:31)
Appropriate use of free time is one of the most important lessons a person can learn, and this film ensures young adults learn it early.

DON'T BE AFRAID (Black/White, 1953, 11:30)
A psychological journey through what makes a child frightened and why.

HELPING JOHNNY REMEMBER (Color, 1956, 10:07)
Johnny thinks the world revolves around him, and his friends have had enough, and through a psycho-drama worthy of "The Prisoner" television series, Johnny is brought back into the fold.

HOLIDAY FROM RULES? (Color, 1959, 10:10)
A "Lord of the Flies" story copy, dramatizing the need for children to have clear rules they must be made to abide by.

HOW QUIET HELPS AT SCHOOL (Black/White, 1953, 10:11)
This film could also be called "THIS IS WHAT PLAYGROUNDS ARE FOR", which is where the noise and horseplay of the kiddies are supposed to be banished to.

LET'S BE GOOD CITIZENS AT SCHOOL (Black/White, 1953, 8:45)
Neat, clean-cut and practicing good citizenship skills - that's the ideal student this film intends to produce.

LET'S SHARE WITH OTHERS (Black/White, 1950, 10:25)
Share and share alike and you'll get along and profit by it, as Jimmy's lemonade stand experiences teaches.

OTHER PEOPLE'S PROPERTY (Black/White, 1951, 9:55)
Three young boys horse around a little too much and their childish prank results in big, big trouble.

WAYS TO SETTLE DISPUTES (Black/White, 1950, 10:06)
Alice, Jerry and Eddie learn how to get along by practicing the art of compromise and playing according to the rules.

A CHILD WENT FORTH (Black/White, 1942, 19:46)
A National Association of Nursery Educator's film distributed by the New York University Film Library artistically rendering a day in a kid's life at a progressive summer camp.

ALL-AMERICAN SOAP BOX DERBY (Black/White, 1934, 10:26)
A great Jam Handy Organization movie short produced as the official film document of the 1934 Soap Box Derby Competition at Dayton, Ohio.

THE 1936 ALL-AMERICAN SOAP BOX DERBY (Black/White, 1936, 10:27)
A 1936 rework of the same great Jam Handy Organization movie short of 1934.

DON'T TALK TO STRANGERS (Black/White, Late 1950s, 13:06)
A child safety film of unknown origin dramatizing the danger of child stalkers to both children and adults alike.

DRIVE YOUR BICYCLE (Black/White, 1955, 10:48)
Beautiful downtown Burbank of "Rowan & Martin's 'Laugh-In'" fame as well its fellow California city, Glendale, are the setting for this pedestrian bicycle safety film produced by the family of the Sullivan Company.

JOURNEY THROUGH A DAY (Color, 1967, 16:55)
How a child subjectively experiences the objective realities of the day is dramatized by following Ralph through a beautiful countryside to his favorite fishing spot in this unnarrated stream-of-conciousness film so significant of its day.

ONE GOT FAT: BICYCLE SAFETY (Color, 1963, 14:48)
Narrated by Edward Everett Horton in the great manner for which he was famous in so many 1960s cartoon series and films, this strange and wonderful educational piece looks at first like a primitive storyboard for "The Planet Of The Apes" as ape-masked kids dramatize how-not-to ride their bikes.

PLAYING TOGETHER (Black/White, 1947, 10:00)
How-to and how-not-to play with each other post-war style is dramatized as two boys go through their playing day riding bikes and going swimming.

PREVENTING THE SPREAD OF DISEASE (Black/White, 1940, 10:48)
How-to and how-not-to play with each other post-war style is dramatized as two boys go through their playing day riding bikes and going swimming.

SAFETY PATROL (Black/White, 1937, 9:24)
The Chevrolet Division of General Motors produced this story of an avuncular police sergeant who quizzes a safety patrol boy on the finer points of crossing guard responsibilities over an ice cream soda. .

SCHOOL HOUSE IN RED (Color, 1945, 23:11)
A small town is no longer able to afford its local school house and chooses to accept centralized school districting in its place, dramatizing the important issue of those World War II days over centralized versus decentralized education.

SOCIAL CLASS IN AMERICA (Black/White, 1957, 14:50)
A slightly frightening and disturbing social engineering film that seeks to validate hierarchical social castes within a democratic society by telling the story of three school chums that come from very different upper, middle and lower class families; it is nonetheless essentially a film seeking to validate elitism as a viable social order.

THE STRANGER (Color, 1957, 14:55)
The Sonoma County Sheriff's Department of California sponsored this cautionary color film tale of a young girl who is abducted and then murdered by a child stalker.


A Child (plural: Children) is a human being between the stages of birth and puberty, or between the developmental period of infancy and puberty. The legal definition of child, however, generally refers to a minor, otherwise known as a person younger than the age of majority. Children generally have fewer rights and responsibilities than adults. They are classed as unable to make serious decisions. Child may also describe a relationship with a parent (such as sons and daughters of any age) or, metaphorically, an authority figure, or signify group membership in a clan, tribe, or religion; it can also signify being strongly affected by a specific time, place, or circumstance, as in "a child of nature" or "a child of the Sixties.

Child Protection is the safeguarding of children from violence, exploitation, abuse, and neglect. Article 19 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child provides for the protection of children in and out of the home. One of the ways to ensure this is by giving them quality education, the fourth of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, in addition to other child protection systems.

Social Guidance Films constitute a genre of educational films attempting to guide children and adults to behave in certain ways. Originally produced by the U.S. government as "attitude-building films" during World War II, the genre grew to be a common source of instruction in elementary and high school classrooms in the United States from the late 1940s to the early 1970s. The films covered topics including courtesy, grammar, social etiquette and dating, personal hygiene and grooming, health and fitness, civic and moral responsibility, sexuality, child safety, national loyalty, racial and social prejudice, juvenile delinquency, drug use, and driver safety; the genre also includes films for adults, covering topics such as marriage, business etiquette, general safety, home economics, career counseling and how to balance budgets. A subset is known as hygiene films addressing mental hygiene and sexual hygiene.