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Strong Kids, Safe Kids (1984)

Unrated | | Documentary, Short | Video
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Credited cast:
Henry Winkler ... Himself / Arthur 'The Fonz' Fonzarelli
Sol Gordon Sol Gordon ... Himself (Institute for Family Research and Education) (as Dr. Sol Gordon)
Kee MacFarlane Kee MacFarlane ... Herself (Children's Institute International)
Chris Wallace Chris Wallace ... Himself
John Ritter ... Himself
Mariette Hartley ... Herself
Hal Smith ... Animated voice (voice)
Henry Corden ... Fred Flintstone (voice)
Lucille Bliss ... Smurfette (voice)
Danny Goldman Danny Goldman ... Animated voice (voice)
June Foray ... Jokey Smurf (voice)
Dana Kavin Dana Kavin ... Little Girl
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hannah Mason Hauser Hannah Mason Hauser ... Title Narrator (voice)
Don Messick ... Papa Smurf / Scooby-Doo / Scrappy-Doo (voice)
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The program about taking care of kids, and kids taking care of themselves.

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Documentary | Short

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USA

Language:

English

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Mono

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Chris Wallace: Penis. Is what boys have down in front. Penis. Is the word though it seems blunt. All boys have a penis, so no matter what you've heard, remember that penis, is the proper word. Vulva. Is what girls have down below. Vulva, when shes naked it will show. All girls have a vulva, so no matter what you've heard, remember that vulva, is the proper word. Both boys and girls have breasts, each person recognizes. They're found upon our chests, and grow to different sizes. Our anus, is a useful thing ...
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References The Flintstones (1960) See more »

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You Are Never To Blame
Composed and Performed by Chris Wallace
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This video is a great learning tool for children of all ages... even 43 year old children.
10 April 2004 | by otheraliasSee all my reviews

This life-changing documentary about the hard truth of child safety came out before I was born but it's messages continue to teach me and everyone who I have shown it to incredible skills. "How to do a self-defense yell for danger, "the honk"" has been especially helpful. The literature on the back of the VHS case describes this films message best when it states: "It's like teaching [children] to look both ways before crossing the street... only it's a whole lot trickier."

They were so right, but not as right as anyone who says "Hey! We should watch "Strong Kids, Safe Kids" tonight!"


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