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Good Table Manners (1951)

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Uploaded on Jun 18, 2010

The best of the table manners films. "Chuck" has terrible table manners. But then he's visited by himself, several years older (and with even less acting ability), and Chuck-from-the-future teaches Chuck-of-the-present how to "park your fork" and countless other details of table etiquette. "People judge many things about you just by the way you eat!"

Fun trivia fact: Chuck's dad (Bill Mott) was not a professional actor (surprise!); he got the part because he was director Ted Peshak's neighbor.

Producer: Coronet Instructional Films

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