WATCH ME PLEASE!
Everyone should watch this movie, well, it’s a movie plus lessons on makeup, hair,diet, clothes acording to the days in the 1950s. But it also tells a story of a married couple. The wife always cleaning the house and paying attention more to her home then her husband. The wife seems to make no effert to do her hair, wear make up or dress up everyonce in a while,,,,Well I don’t want to give away the whole movie, So buy one for yourself and watch. It’s a Hoot! I myself have boughten in the past at least 10 of this movie to give to my friends and family as gifts.
– hhccff64 (ebay user)
Howard W. “Kroger” Babb (December 30, 1906 – January 28, 1980) was an American film producer and showman. His marketing techniques were similar to a travelling salesman’s, with roots in the medicine show tradition. Self-described as “America’s Fearless Young Showman”, he is best known for his presentation of the 1945 exploitation film Mom and Dad, which was added to the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress in 2005.
Babb was involved in the production and marketing of many films and television shows, promoting each according to his favorite marketing motto: “You gotta tell ’em to sell ’em.” His films ranged from sex education-style dramas to “documentaries” on foreign cultures, intended to titillate audiences rather than to educate them, maximizing profits via marketing gimmicks.
black & white, fullscreen, mono, 85 minutes. DVD-R comes packaged as shown in color DVD case, wrapped in plastic!