A dim sitcom of the kind Universal turned out by the dozens in the early 50s, distinguished—if that’s the word—by the presence of Ronald Reagan, as a college professor who hopes to prove his theories of child development by bringing up a chimpanzee as a human baby. The film is never quite as bad as you might hope: apart from one or two outrageous scenes in which Ron explains the American way of life to the giggling, drooling chimp, it’s a bland, professional job, with a hint of a sharper comic intelligence from costar Diana Lynn (the teenage sister of Miracle of Morgan’s Creek, now all grown up). With Walter Slezak; Frederick de Cordova directed (1951).