Shows parents effective ways of communicating with their children. Includes teenagers discussing communications with adults in general and the subject of VD in particular. Features a leading public health official who presents information about venereal disease. Half of the film is an encounter group with teenagers talking about how they can’t communicate with their parents. The other half is interspliced …
Using kids' own arguments (both pros and cons), film presents overwhelming evidence that vandalism is dumb. Shows that graffiti-type vandalism costs over $20,000,000 a year. To license this film and get a higher qu…
Portrays the menace foreign plant and animal pests present to U S Agriculture and Public Health. Shows how tourists unwittingly bring serious foreign pests into the United States in innocent looking items. Depicts Inspections carried on to stop these invasions.
Edwin Gill was a state treasurer from 1953 to 1977. He was a big promoter of the NC Museum of Art and this footage is probably from a show that talks about some of the paintings at the NC Museum of Art. Also shows sculpture in NC Capitol Building.
In a haunted house, the invisible spirit of plaque (voiced by Cesar Romero) – which evidently has the ability to possess rocking chairs – warns children against the dangers of not brushing and flossing. Inquire about licensing this clip: [contact-form]
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