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Region FREE





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Full Screen





3 hours Approximate Total Run Time 


An amazing compilation of Classic/Vintage Teenager Films from the middle of the last century that show the perception of Teenagers - how they were suppose to act and their roles in society. 

Great for educational purposes, nostalgic memories, or personal curiosity of how Teenagers or Adolescence 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





Act Your Age (1949)

Jim, an emotionally immature teen, learns to evaluate his personality and to better work out his problems.

Age of Turmoil (1953)

An afternoon and evening in the complicated lives of six teenagers.

Social Courtesy (1951)

Dramatic film offering instruction in basic social graces.

Beginning to Date (1953)

An insecure young teen boy who has just reached dating age learns how to plan and enjoy a date (with a girl at least one foot taller than him).

How Much Affection? (1958)

How far can young people go in petting and still stay within the bounds of personal standards and social mores?

Shy Guy (1947)

Phil, new in his high school observes the most popular students to determine what makes them popular. By offering to help others he becomes popular himself and sheds his shyness.

Friendship Begins At Home (1949)

How a strong family group helps teenagers learn to form strong friendships.

Gossip (1953)

Quirky social guidance film on the negative effects of gossip.

How Do You Do? (1946)

Trains teenagers to act according to the rules of proper social etiquette. Promotes proper behavior as a means of gaining social poise and self-assurance.

Boy with a Knife (1956)

Jerry, an "at-risk" young man, uses his knife as an "equalizer" to solve his frustrations stemming from his unhappy home, which is dominated by his stepmother.

Law and Social Controls (1949)

Uses the story of teens trying to extend the hours of their "Teen Canteen" as a vehicle for explaining customs, moral codes, and laws.

Mind Your Manners (1953)

How teenagers can cultivate good manners by manifesting a real desire to get along with others.

Procrastinator, The (1952)

When Jean becomes chairman of the social committee, she habitually fails to plan and use time wisely in carrying out her responsibilities



DVD is shipped in a sleek slim jewel case with a label thats directed printed on to the DVD. (Adhesive DVD labels that other people stick on can cause major read errors as well as overheating problems)   


This is a DVD R compilation. It works on virtually any dvd player. But best of all - It is Guaranteed to work with your DVD player or your money back!! INCLUDING SHIPPING!


We also have a satisfaction guarantee, If you are not satisfied in ANY WAY whatsoever, we will refund your money including shipping.


This is an NTSC region-free dvd, so it will work anywhere in the world that allows for the NTSC picture!


This is a high DVD quality transfer, but expect to find minor imperfections due to the old nature of the orginal material.  


Note: Our compilation and design are copyrighted by Timeless Media. No copyright law was infringed in the making of this DVD.



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