An amazing compilation of Classic/Vintage Children Films from the middle of the last century that show the perception of Children - how they were suppose to act and their roles in society.
Great for educational purposes, nostalgic memories, or personal curiosity of how Children 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
Playing Together (ca. 1950)
Teaches good behavior during a child's leisure time.
Good Table Manners (1951)
A bad-mannered 14-year-old meets himself as a young man of 21, and learns the fundamentals of good table manners.
Ways to Settle Disputes (1950)
Everyday incidents at school and at play teach Alice, Jerry and Eddie to resolve conflicts by compromise, by obeying rules, by finding facts, or finding opinions.
Chance to Play, A (1950)
Promotes recreation (especially under nighttime lighting) as the answer to boredom, juvenile delinquency and social pathologies..
Don't Talk to Strangers (ca. 1950s)
Dramatized film warning children of the dangers of strangers.
Don't Be Afraid (1953)
Analysis of a child's fear of darkness leads him and us to understand the nature and kinds of fear.
Child Went Forth, A (1942)
Poetic exposition of a child's day at a modern (progressive education-minded) summer camp
Safety Patrol (1937)
A member of a schoolboy safety patrol takes a walk with his friend, a police sergeant, and over a triple ice-cream soda reviews safety precautions for juvenile pedestrians.
Johnny Learns His Manners (1946)
An ill-mannered, selfish and untidy little boy is turned into a pig until his "good self" conquers his "bad self."
Preventing the Spread of Disease (1940)
Health film using unusual imagery and metaphors to impart lessons in hygiene.
Dining Together (ca. 1951)
Thanksgiving dining etiquette for young children.
Young Uruguay (1943)
Portrays the young people of Uruguay at home, play and school.
Journey through a Day (ca. 1967)
A young boy in red shirt and blue jeans wanders through the countryside and catches a fish. Poetic documentary-style evocation of a child's awareness of his environment.
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