This kid is destined for great things such as taking someone's eye out with a dart. :) I swear, the guy who is running the Balloon/Dart Booth looks like Jack Webb in disguise! films like this did NOTHING to make anyone feel better about their fears of looking stupid in social situations.Note the direction the thing goes during the scene with the snobby girl. I cannot believe this sily little film caused all the controversy in the reviews below. You still felt like you were the only one in the world who just did not fit in...There is not a single spelling mistake in Saint Cahier's post.Perhaps you think Saint Cahier spelt 'educated' incorrectly as 'edulcorated'. Saint Cahier was clearly educated in the 70/80s and is therefore not a product of the 'modern educational system'.Clearly Ann is the right choice with her chipmunk smile and frighteningly exuberant attack on the inedible cotton candy. but, the truthful thing is, 99% of people all felt this way.I think kingwaylon and Robin_1990 owe Saint Cahier an apology.Alan Woodruff ("Woody") receives a ticket to admit one couple to the upcoming Hi-Teen Carnival. Happily, Woody makes all the correct decisions and ends up walking home from Ann's doorstep whistling with satisfaction at a job well done. "I had LOADS of fun." DATING DATES GIRLS BOYS TEENAGERS TELEPHONES TELEPHONE CALLS HOT DOG EATING CARNIVAL PARTY KISSING MOMS DADS PARENTS OLDER BROTHERS LITTLE SISTERS Apparently the standards for reading competency were a lot lower in 1949. We knew we'd get to spend the class watching a film rather than listening to the teacher. For it's genre it's a great little snippet of American History!
After watching film after film in the Archives of women doing housework alone, itÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂs a refreshing sight.Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that the principles and commands found in the Bible can help us to make decisions that both please God and benefit us.(Isaiah , 18) We did not create these principles and commands, but we do live by them.The Hi-Teen Carnival that Woody and Ann go to is wholesome and innocent, as are all the teen activities in Coronet films. according to other movies of the same era) but what exactly was wrong with the second girl?No wonder WoodyÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂs parents are so untroubled as he goes out the door. Just because she likes to sit quietly and talk doesn't mean she's "no fun to be with" and not good enough for Woody.
A less well-known section I think is worth mentioning is the part where Woody decides who he is going to ask on his date.