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TEENAGE STRANGLER 1964

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TEENAGE STRANGLER 1964
U.S. film. A deranged high-school maniac who gets a kick out of murder! He becomes known as “the lipstick killer” due to his penchant for suffocating schoolgirls with stockings! A member of a local teen gang called the Fastdogs, is a prime suspect. Done in pure late '50s JD style, only in gorgeous color. Cool rock and roll by Danny Dean and the Daredevils. Songs include “Vipe Stripes” and “Willows Wept.” Teen dances, leather jackets, hot rods, rumbles and chickie races. Bill Bloom, Stacy Smith, Rick Harris, John Ensign, Jim Asp, Mickey Banga, John Humphries, Jo Canterbury, Ron Ormond. Teenage Strangler!

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BEGINNING TO DATE 1953
U.S. educational film. Classic teenage dating film featuring a bunch of junior high school kids going to their first dating party. An insecure young boy who has just reached dating age learns how to plan and enjoy a date (with a girl at least one foot taller than him!). No one gets laid but they seem to have a swell time anyway! Studs Terkel as Swimming Coach.

GOING STEADY? 1951
U.S. educational film. Teenagers Jeff and Marie have aimlessly drifted into a relationship where Jeff simply shows up at the door whenever he wants. Marie wonders why no other boys ask her out. In the meantime, Jeff asks Marie’s friend Diane out, but she refuses because she assumes Jeff and Marie are going steady. “Going steady? Me?! How did I get into this!” wonders Jeff. This film was made to discourage teenagers from drifting into premarital sex.


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