Midshipmen Wrong and Right are back for another vintage installment of the U.S. Navy’s Dating Dos and Don’ts training film: How to Succeed with Brunettes.
(See if you can guess which one is Midshipman “Wrong.”)
In case you missed it, some background from the previous post:
Courtesy of our colleagues in the National Archives’ Motion Picture Preservation Lab we present How to Succeed with Brunettes (1967), a film produced by the Navy that demonstrates proper dating etiquette for officers. Part of a recentaccession of military instructional films from the Defense Visual Information Center (DVIC), the somewhat dated film features wonderful music, evocative of its era, and a fair bit of comedy, both intentional and unintentional.
I can recommend seeing the whole film at media matters, it’s quite entertaining.
Can’t Stop His Vibe: Russian Kid Dancing In The Club
Wish i could enjoy his dancing a little more but the neon sunglass eyebrows are distracting.
paul mccartney - for no one (solo acoustic performance)
Kinda got the same hair going on right now.
ANDREW GOLD - Never Let Her Slip Away
Songs with sax used to make me queasy .. but I guess I have either matured or I have raised my tolerance for it or I have an ironic appreciation for it.
Andrew Gold - Hope You Feel Good
Makes you feel so good inside / When you know love is so bonafide
I’m going to start a non-profit organization called “Animals Without Necks”.
“Best Of My Love” - The Emotions
Givin’ you the best of my love.
Pretty sure the ladies are doing some sort of disco tai chi intended to summon the best of their love. Cool.
You can no longer count on creepy robots having creepy legs.
Robot with legs is such old news. Check out this earthworm robot.