After Chubby gives Miss Crabtree the candy heart, you can tell the hands holding the candy are drawn hands and not Miss Crabtree's. See more »
[to his mom]
Yeah, Jack hugs and kisses me all night! An' he calls me names!
What kind of names, dear?
"Precious," and "Sweetheart"... and "Tootsie-Tootsie!"
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The opening credits are spoken by identical twin girls, instead of being printed on the screen. See more »
Jackie & Chubby have LOVE BUSINESS on their mind: they both are infatuated with their teacher, Miss Crabtree. When they each try to declare their passion on the same evening, things get a bit complicated...
A very funny little film. Highlights: Chubby & Dorothy's dialogue; eating the moth ball soup. The inimitable Stymie also has some choice moments. That's June Marlowe as pretty Miss Crabtree.
This is the film that provides the famous shot of Chubby kissing `Garbo'. Sharp-eyed movie mavens will recognize Charley Chase & Thelma Todd in the large movie poster behind Chubby.
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