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Walt Disney's first live-action film reminds children to brush their teeth. Really plain stuff. Harmless, I guess, but "Tommy Tucker's Tooth" is nothing that our parents didn't tell us when we were three years old. The only animation is a couple of acid devils chopping away at a tooth (giving it a cavity). The short is from Disney's short-lived Laugh-O-Gram Studios in Kansas City. Not surprisingly, a number of the shorts released by this studio were based on children's stories. After Laugh-O-Gram Studios folded, Disney decided to seek his fortune in Hollywood, and the rest is history. I suspect that back when this short ran in Kansas City's theaters, none of the viewers suspected that within a decade, the creator would be one of the most powerful people in entertainment, and that his company would one day be an international conglomerate.
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