|Tommy Tucker's Tooth|
|Directed by||Walt Disney|
|Produced by||Walt Disney|
|Story by||Walt Disney|
|Animation by||Walt Disney|
|Layouts by||Walt Disney|
|Backgrounds by||Walt Disney|
|Release||December 6, 1922|
|Color process||Black and white|
|Followed by||Clara Cleans Her Teeth|
The film was one of two commissioned by Kansas City Dentist Thomas B. McCrum. It earned the Laugh-O-Gram studio $500. It extols the virtue of regular tooth brushing through the story of two boys: Tommy Tucker and Jimmie Jones. Tommy cares for his teeth, while Jimmie does not. The film ends with advice on proper tooth-brushing technique.
In 1926 Disney made the follow up short Clara Cleans Her Teeth, starring Walt's niece Marjorie Sewell Davis, after being contacted by McCrum again, who asked for a sequel.