A young doctor running a health farm for polio victims is dazzled by a pretty and wealthy society girl, to the detriment of his patients and the woman who really loves him.

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Dr. Holden
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Evelyn Allen
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Jimmy
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Joan Bradshaw
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Mr. Bradshaw (Joan's father)
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Dr. Thornton
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Martha
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A young doctor running a health farm for polio victims is dazzled by a pretty and wealthy society girl, to the detriment of his patients and the woman who really loves him.

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THE FACE ALL AMERICA HAS LEARNED TO LOVE! (reissue poster) See more »

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15 June 1935 (USA)  »

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Little Pal  »

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Retitled 'Little Pal', this film's earliest documented telecasts took place in Los Angeles Sunday 4 December 1949 on KFI (Channel 9), in Chicago Sunday 4 June 1950 on WBKB (Channel 4) and in New York City Tuesday 15 August 1950 on WATV (Channel 13). See more »

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Ralph Bellamy Heals the Sick and Gets the Girl
16 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ralph Bellamy, the HEALER, runs a health camp for handicapped children (much like Warm Springs). Will he have "hopeless cripple" Mickey Rooney riding a bicycle, or will he be distracted by the two women fighting for his love?

Although this is reasonably slick and well produced for poverty row stalwart Monogram Pictures, this is a fairly bland piece of work, featuring wooden acting by the supporting cast, and a relatively tension-free plot which can be predicted with reasonable accuracy from moment one. (The only surprise is that some of the conflicts you would expect don't arise, because Ralph is so darn nice, and everyone in the movie is really awfully good-hearted.)

All in all -- not bad. If you like the golden age of Disney live action pictures, you might like this.


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