Coy Watson, Jr. made his motion picture debut in 1913 when he was nine months old. His appearances in Mack Sennett's popular Keystone Cop comedies earned him the nickname The Keystone Kid' and established him as Hollywood's first child star. In this memoir Watson shares his memories of the idyllic early days of Hollywood and of being raised as a member of 'The First Family of Hollywood'. Watson, his father and his siblings appeared in over 1,000 films, including many classics with the biggest names in the industry. Features hundreds of b/w photos throughout.'