For centuries, parents have struggled to usher their children through the magical, often treacherous, journey to adulthood. But in mid-century America, a new form of tutelage was engineered: the classroom film. Suddenly the prickly issues of sexual development and juvenile delinquency could be addressed in tidy, 10-minute sermons disguised as dramas. These films, curated and introduced by Skip Elsheimer, founder of the A/V Geeks educational film archive - sample some of the lessons that were routinely taught to boys. One sees slices of Americana, discovers the world of educational cinema, and gains insight into the hopes and fears of parents.