Mental hygiene: classroom films 1945-1970
The book "tells the story of America's social guidance films, ten-minute celluloid treatises on proper dating, good table manners, the evils of dope, and what happens to teens who drive too fast on prom night. Thousands of these films were made between 1945 and 1970 and seen by millions of American baby boomers."--[P. 4] of cover.
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Review: Mental Hygiene: Better Living Through Classroom Films 1945-1970User Review - John - Goodreads
A very good read however I wish it included all educational/industrial films Read full review
Review: Mental Hygiene: Better Living Through Classroom Films 1945-1970User Review - Michelle - Goodreads
Interesting work about "educational films." Not just another humor book about a kitschy period of US history, but a semi-serious look into the world of the filmmakers and companies who shot and sold the films as well. Read full review
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