The leading role in this film is played by the filmmaker's daughter, Charlotte. It demonstrates the activities of a normal child's life, stressing the value of periodic medical and dental examinations; correct posture, proper food, nutritious eating, cleanliness, wholesome exercise and play, safety-first outside the home, correct care of the teeth and mouth, and abundant sleep. A promotional blurb in the March-April 1935 issue of Cine-Kodak News noted that, "Due to Dr. Hill's careful filming and skillful editing, which are aided and abetted by the leading lady's unmistakable charm and wholesomeness," the film "has won thousands of converts to its author's doctrine of proper living."
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