Skip Elsheimer Presents Films from The A/V Geeks Educational Films Archive
June 13th, 2010
Screened at CINEMA BOREALIS
What could be worse than to have a little boy become a sissy? The A/V Geeks present an evening of classic campy 16mm school films that examine the behavior of potential wimps and what can be done fix it.
Soapy the Germ Fighter (1951)
Billy Martin is concerned that being clean is tantamount to being a sissy. Perhaps a giant cake of soap in the pantaloons can convince him otherwise.
William’s Doll (1985)
William is an athletic kid but his fascination with baby dolls has his father concerned and his friends picking on him. Can Grandpa fix things with William’s birthday gift?
Fears of Children (1951)
Paul’s being a little stinker by challenging his father and moping about the house. Is his mother babying him too much and his Dad being too strict?
Neurotic Behavior – a Psychodynamic View (1973)
College-aged Peter has problems talking to girls. Could stern toilet training be making him a sissy?
About the A/V Geeks:
Skip Elsheimer founded and maintains the A/V Geeks Educational Film Archive, an archive of over 23,000 educational and industrial films. Most of the films were rescued from dumpsters, forgotten closets and Ebay sellers who didn’t appreciate what they had. He curates film programs in venues across the country and sells DVD compilations based on films from the archive.
Filed under: film, found footage