Category: Health & Self Help
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Judith Olivia, the inexplicably shirtless host of "Face Aerobics," teaches you some basic exercises for your flabby, out-of-shape face. More "Face Aerobics" can be found on the Found Footage Festival Vol. 1 DVD.
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This 1996 sex education video for teens tries so hard to be hip and edgy that it ends up being more irritating than the disease it's warning you about.
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This shameless pitch for Retin-A acne medication tries to talk to teens on their level...by rapping! More "Acne Rap" on the Found Footage Festival Vol. 2 DVD.
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In this infomercial from the late '80s, Vietnamese-immigrant and real estate mogul Tom Vu talks about how rich he is. Is it any wonder he's famous from Quebec to Miami? Found by David Whittaker.
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This amateur video showcases patient testimonies of Dr. Stjernholm. The bio included with the tape lists his doctorates in Naturopathy and Chiropractic, but the modest doctor left out that he is also a master filmmake...
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An Italian woman's search for spiritual enlightenment gets a kick in the pants from her husband, who tells her to lose some weight.
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According to the back of the box, this video "uses rock music, humor and slick pacing to reach its teenage audience." It also happens to be the single most Canadian anti-smoking PSA ever produced.
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In this post-"Karate Kid" instructional video, Pat Morita talks ad nauseam about his love for shiatsu massage while a woman in rolled up jean shorts stands around with nothing to do.
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This informational video for a Bay Area self-help guru encourages participants to talk about their life dreams, which include writing books about angels and touching people. Donated by David Cross.
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The plucky host of this 1987 exercise video, found in rural Georgia, is undeniably adorable, but we're sorry, there's no way she ate those raisins. More of this video in Found Footage Festival Vol. 6.
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It's Health & Beauty Awareness Week on the Found Footage Show and we're introduced to a terrifying facial toning device known as the Rejuvenique.
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It's Health & Beauty Awareness Week on the Found Footage Show and we see demonstration videos for the Jala Neti Pot, Face Aerobics and a hair removal product called Nads.
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It's VHS Awareness Week on the Found Footage Show and we bring out some of our favorite entries from our 20 years of collecting.
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Public-access TV is known for crackpots, but here's a guy Walter Bloom who believes he can cure disease and cheat death by spraying grape juice into his cheeks and spitting out huge chunks of mucus. He sets the mucus ...
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Babies these days lead stressful lives, so give them a massage to relieve all that built-up tension. But don't take our word for it; take it from Jeff Criswell, offensive lineman for the Kansas City Chiefs.
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Not even sure where we got this one, but we like picturing the production assistant on the floor, slowly turning the office chair. More modeling/beauty on FFF Volume 5 DVD.
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Greer Childers. She's more than just a killer perm and a pink leotard stretching in her living room. She harbors a secret sound inside her that you can't un-hear. This workout video brings a whole new meaning to heavy...
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There are a lot of complicated rules and regulations to hospital clowning. I swear, we wouldn't even do it at all if God hadn't told us to.
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In this marriage counseling video from 1989, we're introduced to a married couple with problems, problems that could all be solved if the wife cared more about the Bradford account.
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This 1988 educational video, starring Chad Allen and Louis Gossett, Jr., warns you about the dangers of drugs through a story so convoluted, you have to be on drugs for it to make sense.
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Terry Hogan delivers an impassioned pitch for the worthy "Penny For AIDS" program, but just can't help turning into the Hulkster at the end.