02 June 1934
|Director: Robert F. McGowan Producer: Hal Roach Dialogue: H.M. Walker
Cinematography: Francis Corby Editor: Bert Jordan Sound recording: Harry Baker
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|IMAGE COMING SOON||Wally is a brat kid who, after waving goodbye to his mother, instructs (Don) Barclay, his personal chauffeur to take him on a ride through some alleys. They stop at a back yard where a group of boys are entertaining themselves with a donkey (!) Stymie puts Buckwheat on a chair, which is then pushed around in a circle by the animal. Wally wants to join in the fun....|
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•The 129th film in the series.
•Production G-22 - Our Gang series.
•Copyrighted May 25, 1934.
•Some sources list Bess Flowers as the maid. This is incorrect.
•Mickey Daniels provides the voice of Algebra.
Did you notice?
•The donkey's name is Algebra.
•The guy on the bicycle who crashes into the post box is Pete Gordon. He is the same guy who rides his bicycle into Hollenbeck Park lake in Laurel & Hardy's "Men O' War".
•The scene where the cop stops the car in the street and asks Don Barclay about the mule takes place outside a shop that has the sign "Honolulu Steamship Co." in its windows. This is a reference to Laurel & Hardy's "Sons Of The Desert" (1933).
Barclay, the chauffeur
|Matthew 'Stymie' Beard
|George 'Spanky' McFarland
|Willie Mae Taylor
Julius, the butler
|William J. O'Brien
*this is not Bess Flowers as some sources claim
http://theluckycorner.com/rmt/129.html (Robert Demoss/The Lucky Corner)
"The Little Rascals: The Life And Times Of Our Gang" by Leonard Maltin & Richard W. Bann (book)
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