I am just glad that I was born in the late 70's, and didn't have to live through the sweet nightmare of the 50's.
It is amazing how the moral code determined that everything should be standardized, shallow and edulcorated.
So make sure you’re both involved in some kind of healthy community of friends and family. Please promise me you’ll ask the opinion of people who love you and you look up to?
It’s easier to be blinded by love when there’s no background to reveal his/her true colors.
Something kingwaylon realised and decided that is when education started to go down hill. " Woody decides to ask Ann Davis, who, the narrator points out, "knows how to have a good time." With her perpetual squint and chipmunk cheeks, Ann (pronounced "Ay-yun" by the actors in this film) is the perfect companion for super-nerd Woody.This kid is destined for great things such as taking someone's eye out with a dart. :) I swear, the guy who is running the Balloon/Dart Booth looks like Jack Webb in disguise! films like this did NOTHING to make anyone feel better about their fears of looking stupid in social situations.Shows the progress of the date, from choosing the right girl and asking her through the last "good night." Ken Smith remarks: This social guidance "how-to" film has received more camp accolades than any other, and deserves it. At crucial moments in the date, the narrator stops the action and presents Woody with several possible options for his actions. When we walked into class and saw the projector we all rejoiced!!Alan Woodruff ("Woody") receives a ticket to admit one couple to the upcoming Hi-Teen Carnival. Happily, Woody makes all the correct decisions and ends up walking home from Ann's doorstep whistling with satisfaction at a job well done. "I had LOADS of fun." DATING DATES GIRLS BOYS TEENAGERS TELEPHONES TELEPHONE CALLS HOT DOG EATING CARNIVAL PARTY KISSING MOMS DADS PARENTS OLDER BROTHERS LITTLE SISTERS Apparently the standards for reading competency were a lot lower in 1949. We knew we'd get to spend the class watching a film rather than listening to the teacher. For it's genre it's a great little snippet of American History!