Adorable Youngsters Pulling Funny Pranks at School in 1950s

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Other People’s Property is a prototypical 1950’s social guidance film. All the telltale characteristics are...
Other People’s Property is a prototypical 1950’s social guidance film. All the telltale characteristics are present: a stern and masculine narrator, black and white morality, and uptight cultural values. The story concerns three adorable youngsters guilty of a (seemingly!) harmless prank: pulling the fire alarm at school. What happens next is the best part of the movie: a montage of various activities that the boys interrupted are shown and explained, bursting with 1950’s cultural. School committees, classroom events, and vintage fire trucks are shown plus much more. Other People’s Property is an enriching historical experience.
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