Tuesday, December 01, 2009
Social Norms Stocking Stuffers
Posted By Pam On Tuesday, December 01, 2009
You know all of those hilarious vintage instructional movies on YouTube about etiquette and proper human behavior that us retro fans all know and love? Well if you've ever wished you could package them all into a DVD so that you could watch them all with a big bowl of popcorn, or if you know someone else who does, it's your lucky day. How to Be A Man/How to Be A Woman were released in October, and make the perfect stocking stuffer for the vintage fan on your holiday gift list. Each is available at Amazon.com for $17.99 each, and contains hours of films that were produced between the 40s and 80s, with such charming titles as:
Am I Trustworthy? (Coronet) 1950
The Other Fellow's Feelings (Centron) 1951
You're Growing Up (Bailey Films) 1955
The Wonders of Reproduction (Moody Institute) 1958
Let's Make a Sandwich (American Gas Assoc.) 1950
Your Body During Adolescence (McGraw-Hill) 1954
The Joy of Living With Fragrance (Avon) Circa 1960s
Worth Waiting For (Brigham Young University) 1962
Saying No: A Few Words to Young Women About Sex (Crommie & Crommie) 1982
And would you get a load of this bonus feature!
From Rugs to Riches (Thomas Craven Prods.) Color 15 Min. A training film for the adult man, starring Jonathan Winters
I seriously want these DVDs...Santa, are you listening?