An amazing compilation of Classic/Vintage Women Films from the middle of the last century that show the perception of Women / Girls - how they were suppose to act and their roles in society. Very sexist by today's standards (very humerous too!).
Great for educational purposes, nostalgic memories, or personal curiosity of how Women Roles were precived during the time period.
Pictures are direct from DVD films
Seperated into 13 titles for your ease and convenience with an interactive DVD menu
Consuming Women (Women as Consumers)(1967)
Strange, highly generalized portrait of the American woman consumer.
Living Pages (1935)
Portrait of the readers of McCall's magazine (housewives) and their lives and desires.
Easy Does It (1940)
Measuring the effort involved in women's work around the home.
Bright Young Newcomer, The (1958)
How a laissez-faire office manager (male) stands aside as women workers compete with one another.
American Women: Partners in Research (1960)
Describes the market research undertaken by Corning Glass Works prior to marketing a coffeemaker.
I Want to Be a Secretary (1941)
Follows a young woman through her clerical training and job search. Shows pre-World War II offices and office workers, primarily women.
American Thrift (Part I & II) (1962)
Expansive tribute to the "Woman American," her thrifty purchasing habits, and the American system of mass production.
Word to the Wives (1955)
How two women trick a husband into buying a new kitchen.
Habit Patterns (1954)
"Goofus and Gallant"-style film on the misadventures of a teenage girl who is a victim of her own bad habits, with a harrowing and patronizing narration.
Cooking: Terms and What They Mean (1949)
A young wife learns common cooking terms so as to better take care of her new husband.
Why Study Home Economics? (1955)
Two teenage girls learn how a knowledge of homemaking can contribute to the enrichment of life.
Three Smart Daughters (Singer Screen Ad) (1940)
Three young women impress their men with their home sewing skills.
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