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5.0 out of 5 stars Manditory Viewing for All Employees!!!, June 2, 2012
This review is from: The Educational Archives, Vol. 4: On The Job (DVD)
An excellent assortment of campy job training classics! Most of these were originally shown in high school classrooms or workplaces between the 1940's and 1970's, to instill strong work ethics & values. The 1970's film, "Shake hands with Danger" is definitely kinda fun as a jangly country song teaches us how to safely use bulldozers, cranes and other heavy equipment. In "Down & Out", some super-klutzy guy falls more times than Chevy Chase while at his job. In "All Together",Lou Rawls soulfully explains to 1970's African Americans all the benefits of joining the Navy. This DVD contains about 12 films, running around 3 hours total. I paid $1.75 plus shipping for this DVD, and it is well worth the price!

It's great for:

1) Classroom or workplace training
2) Fun viewing at workplace or office parties
3) People who enjoy campy shtick!

There are 8 DVDs in the Fantoma Educational Archive Series:
1)On the Job
4)Drivers Ed
5)Sex & Drugs
6)More Sex & Drugs
7)Social Engineering 101
8)Social Engineering 201

All of these videos are great and worth owning (especially because most of them can be purchased for under $5)
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