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Everyday Courtesy (1948)

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Uploaded on Jan 23, 2010

Possibly the first feature to star John Lindsay, who later achieved immortality as "Woody" in Dating Do's And Don'ts. In this film he plays "Bill Anderson," a young fellow who proudly shows his mother around the "courtesy" displays in his classroom at Sunnyside School. This scenario allows the narrator to teach us the time-worn fundamentals of social courtesy, but the only thing you'll remember from this film is Woody, who is a much better actor here than he was later in life. A film with lots of potential, but no payoff. Remade by Coronet in 1967. "Mrs. Anderson" later played another mom in Good Table Manners, and "Miss Barton," Bill's teacher, could very well be a robot.

Producer: Coronet Instructional Films

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