Historic Travel US - Training Californian Teenagers
The 50s were "happening years" in the United States. Many Americans had enough money to buy their first house. Cancer claimed several famous people. Actor Humphrey Bogart and Nobel laureate atomic physicist Enrico Fermi died at a fairly young age. The nation enjoyed unparalleled prosperity. Several significant breakthroughs were made in the field of medicine. The decade also witnessed an increased restlessness among teenagers who wished to break away from traditions. This extraordinary DVD showcases the efforts made by authorities in the 50s to inform, educate and warn teenagers in California on various aspects of life.