|14 January 1928|
|Robert F. McGowan||Hal Roach||Reed Heustis||Art Lloyd||Richard C. Currier|
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•Filmed October 11 to 27, 1927. 15 shooting dates went into the making of this film. Anthony Mack was still directing "Dog Heaven" (no. 70) when the 'start' date arrived for "Spook-Spoofing" on Oct. 11th, directed by Robert F. McGowan. Time was divided between the two films until Oct. 13th, when "Dog Heaven" finished. After this, McGowan continued with "Spook-Spoofing" until the 'finish' date of Oct. 27th. No shooting took place on Oct. 16th or 23rd, which were both Sundays. Nearly a week after the finish date, retakes were shot for "Dog Heaven" before shooting began for "Rainy Days" (no. 72).
•Copyrighted January 14, 1928, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Corporation. Registration no. LP25352. Renewed August 11, 1955, with registration no. R154165. This copyright is currently due to expire at the end of 2023.
•It was the 70th film in the series to be released.
Did you notice?
•Farina passes a poster that reads "Dead Men Tell No Tales," which was playing at the Lincoln Theatre on Sep. 2.
|Charles A. Bachman
|Allen 'Farina' Hoskins
|Bobby 'Wheezer' Hutchins
|Jay R. Smith
http://www.theluckycorner.com/rms/071.html (Robert Demoss)
"The Little Rascals: The Life And Times Of Our Gang" by Leonard Maltin & Richard W. Bann (book)
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