|Release Date:||December 19, 1922|
|Running time:||60 minutes|
|Cast:||Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis, John T. Prince, Eric Mayne, C. Norman Hammond|
|Director:||Fred C. Newmeyer|
|Writer:||Jean C. Havez, Hal Roach, Sam Taylor, H.M. Walker|
Description: Doctor Jack Jackson is a nice young country doctor who prefers to use common sense and his sunny personality to cure his patients, rather than pills and potions. Then, a rich father asks Dr. Jack to look after his daughter. Dr. Ludwig von Saulsburg, an eminent specialist, has been caring for the girl by keeping her in a darkened room and prescribing various medications. Dr. Jack soon realizes that there is nothing wrong with the girl that a little sunshine and excitement won't cure. And, Dr. Von Saulsburg, who has been making a comfortable living off of the girl's family, is exposed for the fraud that he is.
Movie summaries and listings powered by Cinema-Source