“You will follow this girl as she gets into trouble, finally learns the real facts of life which her parents never explained to her. In addition to the film, there will be a brief lecture on how to use our bodies. Every parent should bring their child…”

As Anne Thompson over at Variety points out, the following trailer was made long before Diablo Cody was even born. As well, it was made long before the indie hit Juno was even a passing thought. That doesn’t make it any less hilarious and relevant, though. Take a look for yourself:

“It may very well be the most important film you will ever see…”

What’s even better is that if you check the IMDB entry for Teenage Mother (1967), you will notice that it was the film debut of Fred Willard, who played Ed Harken in Anchorman. He also has a voice role in Wall-E. Now that is some kind of journey, from Teenage Mother to Wall-E.

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