Guess What We Learned in School Today? (1970)

Guess What We Learned in School Today? (1970)

Guess What We Learned in School Today? (also released in the United States as I Ain’t No Buffalo) is a 1970 film directed by John G. Avildsen and written by Eugene Price. The movie premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 1970 and opened in the United States in 1971. Although it was shot before Avildsen’s Joe, it got distribution after due to Joe’s success.

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Parents in a small, conservative community don’t think that the sex drive is a normal thing for children to experience. So much so, that they label education in that regard as a communist plot. The group of prudes is led by an impotent alcoholic and a gay policeman.

Starring: Dick Carballo

Directed by: John Avildsen

Produced by: Cannon Group

Written by: Eugene Price

—- article from wikipedia and imdb.com —

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