Coronet Films (also known as Coronet Instructional Media Inc.) was an American producer and distributor of documentary shorts shown in public schools, mostly in the 16mm format, from the 1940s through the 1980s (when the videocassette recorder replaced the motion picture projector as the key audio-visual aid). The company, whose library covered a wide range of subjects in zoology, science, geography, history and math, is mostly remembered today for its post-World War II social-guidance films featuring topics such as dating, family life, courtesy and citizenship.
Encyclopædia Britannica Films (also named EB Films for short) was the top producer and distributor of educational 16 mm films and later VHS videocassettes for schools and libraries from the 1940s through the 1990s (by which time the internet replaced video as a primary source for educational media). Prior to 1943, the company operated under the name of Electrical Research Products Inc. (ERPI) Classroom Films.
Centron Corporation was a leading industrial and educational film production company, specializing in classroom and corporate 16mm films and VHS videocassettes. Although a slightly smaller company than its contemporaries (Encyclopædia Britannica Films, Coronet Films and Learning Corporation of America), it was nonetheless very successful from the late 1940s.
ACT YOUR AGE 1949
THE SNOB 1958
SNAP OUT OF IT! ( EMOTIONAL BALANCE) 1951
EMOTIONAL MATURITY 1957
OVERCOMING FEAR 1950
UNDERSTANDING YOUR EMOTIONS 1950
MENTAL HEALTH (KEEPING MENTALLY FIT) 1952
TOWARD EMOTIONAL MATURITY 1954
CONTROL YOUR EMOTIONS 1950
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