Sound on film.
"Sitting Right, a lively, attractive argument for good sitting posture, directs its message to the 'teen aged young ladies of America. Shrewdly, its producers — Grant, Flory and Williams — have brought complete authenticity to this possibly unpopular thesis by presenting it throughout in the playing of actual (and average ) high school girls. These same girls, adds John Flory, the director, even contributed many of the situation suggestions which are woven into the swiftly moving message of the film. The production is marked by fine lighting and camera work, heightened in their effect by a modern and refreshing treatment of the narrative track." Movie Makers, Dec. 1946, 490.
Produced by Grant, Flory and Williams of New York City.
Reviewed in "Teacher-Committee Evaluation of New Films" (The Educational Screen, Dec. 1947, 551).
This film is a part of the Educational Film Collection at Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive.
Educational Film Collection, Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive