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Dating: Do's and Don'ts (1949)

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Woody is given an extra ticket for the school carnival, and since he has been lusting after the virginal Ann for quite some time, decides to ask her to go with him. However, despite--or ... See full summary »

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Woody is given an extra ticket for the school carnival, and since he has been lusting after the virginal Ann for quite some time, decides to ask her to go with him. However, despite--or possibly because of--his name, poor Woody hasn't the slightest idea of what to do on a date. The narrator, who unfortunately for Woody has Ann's best interests at heart, takes him through several situations that may come up on the date, and gives him instructions on what to do for whatever may arise, thereby ensuring that Ann remains untouched by human hands and that Woody remains frustrated and horny. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Bad, but worth watching...
5 November 2005 | by (Iwate) – See all my reviews

...you know, the way "Jude Suss", "The Birth of a Nation" and "Hero" ( ;) ) are worth watching just to fully understand the evil motives that drove these people. Awfully conservative (none of Woody's dating options are black, Asian or in any other way different from the WASP norms of the time), but its corniness makes it good for a laugh. It's the kind of movie you should watch, but not pay for. Since it's a US "instructional" film, it's in the public domain, and quite easy to find on the Internet.

(It's also fun to watch it with friends and find lots of hidden messages and things that were probably deliberately planted in there to brainwash innocent students...)


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