The dentist was shot in Los Angeles in a nursing home. The Dentist is a 1932 American pre-code comedy short starring W. The film is one of four shorts Fields made with the king of comedy, Mack Sennett, at Paramount. Although Sennett was near the end of his career, he found good use of the new talking film medium for comedy, as the film demonstrates.
It was directed by Leslie Pearce based on a script by Fields himself. The film has been released on VHS and DVD. Fields watches the lovers just as they are ready to flee, and—under pressure from the sizeable crowd that has gathered at the foot of the stairs—reluctantly withdraws their opposition to the party. The film ends with Fields, who had previously threatened to buy an electric refrigerator instead of ordering ice every day, disdainfully ordering her future son-in-law to deliver fifty pounds of ice, and doing it quickly, prompting the daughter to happily hug her fiancé.
The modern dentist's office is a community dentist in the San Fernando Valley. I could play Miami in the front with columns, palm tree pots and a 3-step entrance. Inside you will find tiled floors, a large wooden reception desk and a waiting room. Three different dental rooms have high-tech armchairs and equipment.
This location is available for print, commercial, television and film opportunities. A dentist's office can be a scary place for a child, even scarier than nightmares, said Norwalk's Morsanutto. Eventually, the ice delivery man acquires a high staircase and helps the dentist's daughter escape from her bedroom window.