A campy collection of films, true, but one that also documents a lost era of American confidence, an era when the '50s-'60s establishment very confidently thought it could stave off youthful rebellion and perpetuate straight all-American living forever.
Unfortunately, seven of the twelve films here are "condensed" versions--i.e., edits to keep the DVD under two hours and (presumably) at a low price. Anyone who loves prime trust-your-leaders hilarity will want to see the full-length MARIJUANA (hosted by a zonked-out Sonny Bono) and NARCOTICS: PIT OF DESPAIR (the only film here I'd seen during MY school days; I never forgot the snake shots). At least ABC OF SEX EDUCATION FOR TRAINABLES appears in its uncut, proto-Lynchian glory.
This DVD still works as a cinematic treat. Let's hope the company releases a future DVD containing the UNEDITED films.