Sally and Bob have been married a year. She might be pregnant, so Dr. West picks up a test sample and tells them to come by in a week for the result. They recall problems they had just ... See full summary »
Sally and Bob have been married a year. She might be pregnant, so Dr. West picks up a test sample and tells them to come by in a week for the result. They recall problems they had just before marriage when they found out about each other's past (V.D. and pregnancy). Dr. West had helped them with good counsel and two films ("The Story of V.D." and "The Story of Reproduction"). A week later at his office he has good news and shows them another film, "The Story of Life." Dr. West wants them to know about modern medical science and to teach their kids the facts of life. The movie ends with a commercial for a new five-book-in-one, "The Mid-Century Marriage Guide." Written by
Okay, this is pure exploitation wrapped up in a wholesome frame. It starts out with all kinds of explanations why the made the film. Also, it adds God and the Bible to support its view. It starts off innocently enough--a couple messing around (I think the man even cops a feel). Then, we find out she is pregos, but with the help of the most benevolent doctor in history, the couple learned the facts of life that they weren't taught. We go back to the week before their wedding and the doctor lets out a secret. They are in solid health, but he once had VD and she had an illegitimate baby. Now, what docotr would ever say that without fear of a lawsuit. However, everything is okay in the end because, despite their anger, they find out she was impregnated by his best friend who died in the war. The same friend who gave him VD (long story). Anyhow, they watch very nasty films about VD, pregnancy, and the most visual birth and cesarian birth ever. The films are nasty. Lots of penis and vagina shots. Go learn the facts of life.
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