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Teenage Dating Films 1946-1958 DVD, MP4 Video Download, USB Drive

Teenage Dating Films 1946-1958 DVD, MP4 Video Download, USB Drive
Teenage Dating Films 1946-1958 DVD, MP4 Video Download, USB Drive
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Eight Classic Films On The Do's and Don'ts of Dating! A Full Two Hours Of Young Love In Bloom, 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! #DatingFilms #SocialGuidanceFilms #Dating #YoungLove #Sex #Morals #Ettiquette #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive

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BEGINNING TO DATE (1953, 11:20)
Studs Terkel plays a swimming coach who teaches a young student how to "take the plunge" into the world of dating.

DATING: DO'S AND DON'TS (1949, 11:55)
Roundly considered the best of the old time dating films, this classic how-to Kodachrome color picture guides Woody through the process of dating from the very beginning to (almost!) the very end, post-war generation style.

GOING STEADY? (1951, 10:34)
An attempt to "analyze" (criticize, really) "going steady", insinuating it is limiting to teen freedom while intimating it equates with promiscuity!

HOW DO YOU KNOW IT'S LOVE? (1950, 12:34)
You'll know how to tell after seeing this film - at least, the film's producers hoped so, and many agree with them over this agreeable and practical drama.

HOW MUCH AFFECTION? (1958, 19:48)
A time capsule of Fifties fear of sex, a frank analysis of how much loving a going-steady teen couple should get themselves up to when Jeff tries to be a nasty young man to Laurie and her mother puts in her two cents.

No, no, no - no to drinking, smoking and petting. But how to keep face in front of your friends at the same time? This film attempts and succeeds at showing you how.

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.

WHAT TO DO ON A DATE (1950, 10:45)
For those boys who are late in developing interest in girls, this very well-loved classic piece takes us from weenie roasts to bicycle rides on the practical aspects of developing a dating relationship.

Dating is a stage of romantic relationships in which two individuals engage in activity together, most often with the intention of evaluating each other's suitability as a partner in a future intimate relationship. It falls into the category of courtship, consisting of social events carried out by the couple either alone or with others. The protocols and practices of dating and the terms used to describe it vary vastly between cultures, societies, and time periods. Although dating is most often colloquially used to refer to the action of individuals engaging in dates with one other, dating can also encompass a wide range of activities which fall outside participation in dates. The meaning of dating also shifted during the 20th century to include a more informal use referring to a romantic, sexual relationship itself beyond an introductory or trial stage. Although informal, this meaning is very common and is used in formal speech as well as writing. Although taboo across most of the world for much of history, premarital sex has become increasingly common within the last century, beginning with the onset of the sexual revolution. Across a greater number of portrayals in film, television, and music, sex within dating has become increasingly accepted as a natural progression of the relationship.

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.