13 January 1924
|Director: Robert F. McGowan Producer: Hal Roach Dialogue: H.M. Walker
Cinematography: Harry W. Gerstad Editor: T.J. Crizer
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•Film #22 in the series.
•18 shooting dates went into the making of this film. The day after shooting finished for "Derby Day" (no. 21), the Our Gang unit began filming "Tire Trouble" on Aug. 14th. Shooting continued until the 'finish' date of Sep. 4th. After this, nearly a week passed before shooting began for "Big Business" (no. 23). No shooting took place on Aug. 19th, Aug. 26th, or Sep. 2nd, which were all Sundays, nor on Sep. 3rd, which was Labor Day.
•There were 40 copies of this film printed for its initial release.
•The finale was filmed at Venice Pier.
Did you notice?
•There is a scene late in the film when Mary Kornman has her skirt blown up by air machine, exposing her in her underwear. Such a contraption in today's society would be deemed totally inappropriate!
|George B. French
|Allen 'Farina' Hoskins
|Harry L. Rattenberry
J. William McAllister
Madame La Rue
http://www.theluckycorner.com/rps/022.html (Robert Demoss)
'The Little Rascals: The Life And Times Of Our Gang' by Leonard Maltin & Richard W. Bann (book)
Robin Cook (title card)
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