This public-school educational film warns of the dangers of cheating. John Taylor is struggling with his algebra course, and convinces his friend Mary to show him her answers during the tests. But when he is caught, his reputation among his fellow students, along with his student-council seat, is put in jeopardy. Written by
it doesn't seem like cheating once Mike, Servo and Crow watch it
Another "educational" film from the "Duck and Cover" age, in this case focusing on a student who copies from a classmate's paper. "Cheating" is only memorable because on "MST3K", Dr. Forrester made Mike, Servo and Crow watch it before he showed them "The Wild World of Batwoman". This leads Crow to copy something off of Gypsy's paper, so Mike and Servo do to Crow what the people in the short film do to the student.
Thank God that we have "MST3K" to rip at these boring movies. If anything, this movie alone is enough to make anyone want to cheat on a test. Dreadful.
So what would I do? Trash this movie a little more.
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