An amazing compilation of Hygiene / Cleanliness Films from the middle of the last century(around 1950's). Most of the films are extremely outdated, which makes for a very entertaining and humerous viewing. Nothing better than having the people in authority tell us exactly how we should clean ourselves!
Great for educational purposes, or any general interest in Hygiene and its perception of it during that time period.
Pictures are direct from DVD films
Seperated into 12 titles for your ease and convenience with an interactive DVD menu
Body Care and Grooming (1948)
Exhaustive (and sexist) explanation of personal care and daily habits of cleanliness, demonstrating how to keep the skin, hair, nails, and teeth clean and healthy
Care of the Skin (1949)
Structure of the skin; good cleanliness habits; the proper way to wash; the correct use of soap.
Care of the Hair and Nails (1951)
A fairy tale character uses magic to help youngsters learn good health habits.
How to Be Well Groomed (1949)
Siblings Don and Sue show how they keep themselves well groomed throughout the school week and for their Friday night dates.
Soapy The Germ Fighter (1951)
Young Billy Martin has to learn that being clean isnt the same as being a sissy. This film taught kids about germs and what to do to avoid them in case their parents neglected to do so.
Joan Avoids a Cold (1947)
How young children must behave to avoid transmitting germs to one another.
Personal Hygiene (Part I & II) (1950)
Military training drama showing how the residents of a barracks convince a sloppy soldier to clean up his act. With many folk songs on cleanliness.
Preventing the Spread of Disease (1940)
Health film using unusual imagery and metaphors to impart lessons in hygiene.
Told By a Tooth (1939)
An animated tooth lectures children about a balanced dental hygiene program.
Kitty Cleans Up (1949)
Young Helen learns that she cleans herself just like her cat Kitty does. Unfortunately, Helen doesnt pick up on the fact the Kitty doesnt like to be groped by a room full of grimy school children.
General Health Habits (1928)
Personal hygiene, 1920s-style.
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