'Dating Do's and Don'ts': Relationship Etiquette From From Coronet Instructional Films, dating advice for teens After Allan Woodrow. Dating Do's and Don'ts is a classic educational film on dating etiquette from the s, which looks rather like a series of Norman Rockwell. A nice little film showing teens of that era how to begin dating. I've seen " Dating Do's and Don'ts numerous times (but never in beautiful.
A robotic hand picks Bugs up and a robotic shoe kicks him out and he falls onto the street, making him hope that the Warner Bros. When we walked into class and saw the projector we all rejoiced!!
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Nostalgic This is great! I love these old educational films. To all that didn't like it, I'll say this. When we walked into class and saw the projector we all rejoiced!! We knew we'd get to spend the class watching a film rather than listening to the teacher. Thanks for your upload! For it's genre it's a great little snippet of American History! I cannot believe this sily little film caused all the controversy in the reviews below.
It is a fluffy little bit of nothing. I can tell you right now You still felt like you were the only one in the world who just did not fit in Smackdaddy9 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 23, Subject: Ann is the one. Did you see how she went after that cotton candy?
That's the girl I want! There is not a single spelling mistake in SaintCahier's post. Perhaps you think SaintCahier spelt 'educated' incorrectly as 'edulcorated'. I suggest you look up the word if you do. Something kingwaylon realised and decided that is when education started to go down hill.
But then he cannot correctly type don't and can't so shouldn't commenting on the quality of other peoples education. A Sweet Nightmare Before you mock the 50's, Please learn how to spell. Is today's education system really that bad? Zen Wizard - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 9, Subject: SaintCahier - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 31, Subject: He is similarly told to be straightforward and not to insist that his potential date give up some other activity for him.
Finally, the film depicts the perceived danger of immediately kissing the girl good night, or of just leaving her at her door, and instead urges the viewers to say a friendly goodbye, ending with a promise to call next week. As Woody prepares for his date with Anne, he receives hints from his older brother, who is already an expert at dating; for instance, Woody's brother tells Woody to act like his "natural, talkative self" while on the phone, and says that Woody does not have to bring Anne flowers on her first date.
He also convinces their mother to allow Woody to go on his first date even though he is young, with her adding that it would be acceptable provided that Woody only dates on weekends and comes home at a reasonable hour. As Woody prepares for his date, his mother and father reflect on their own first dates to remind Woody how important it is for him to show up on time. His mother adds that any girl who is not ready for him on time is not worthy of going out with "my boy". The film ends with Woody leaving the door outside Anne's home, whistling happily as he contemplates his next date.
How to Be a "Mr. The cartoon begins in black-and-white with a narrator telling the audience how to be a "Mr. Gooddate," the way Reggie Gerandevu Bugs Bunny does it. Bugs calls Lola who doesn't have any quotes in dialogue and responds only by giggling and asks if she wants go out that night for carrot juice. Lola giggles in agreement, which makes Bugs break the fourth wall by saying that she is a good conversationalist. After Bugs hangs up, Lola gets ready for the date, but her disapproving dad has overheard the phone call.
Meanwhile, Bugs is trying to get to Lola's house but can't tell if her address number is an eight or a three. The narrator says it's a three and also says there's a perfect shortcut. Bugs thanks the narrator, but he doesn't know that the narrator is actually Lola's dad, trying to lure him away from Lola. The hapless Bugs does not know that has been directed to Elmer Fudd 's house. Elmer, peeking out the window, tells Bugs to go away.
Bugs goes over the fence, triggering Elmer's alarm system. A robotic hand picks Bugs up and a robotic shoe kicks him out and he falls onto the street, making him hope that the Warner Bros. Medical Plant cures him.