I just received my copy of Fantomas' box set of Educational Archives DVDs, spread over four discs, covering topics like Sex & Drugs, Social Engineering 101, and more. For fans of vintage classroom/educational films, this set is a real treat. The discs have previously been available seperately.
As to the title of the thread, I popped in the Sex & Drugs disc and watched the riotous syphillis piece "Know For Sure," made in 1941, and starring Tim Holt among its cast (along with J. Carroll Naish and Ward Bond). Holt plays a college student visiting the doctor because he has "a sore -- down there." Upon learning it's syphillis, Holt starts talking about moving away and starting a new life, since his rep is now shot. The doctor comforts him, telling Holt that he can be cured (if he sticks to the regimen), and no one need ever know. I somehow doubt this got Holt the Ambersons gig, but it's an amusing piece all on its own.