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Free Wheeling (1932)

 -  Family | Comedy | Short  -  1 October 1932 (USA)
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Stymie takes Dickie for a ride in his runaway car and cures his stiff neck.


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Credited cast:
Johnnie Mae Beard ...
Stymie's mother
Harry Bernard ...
Roadside Worker
John 'Uh huh' Collum ...
Jimmy Daniels ...
Dorothy DeBorba ...
Bobby DeWar ...
Jackie Lyn Dufton ...
Jacquie (as Jacquie Lyn)
Estelle Etterre ...
Dick Gilbert ...
Roadside worker
Douglas Greer ...
Our Gang member
Creighton Hale ...
Dickie's father
Theresa Harris ...
Jack Hill ...
Officer sent skyward
Ham Kinsey ...
Roadside worker


Stymie takes Dickie for a ride in his runaway car and cures his stiff neck.

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Family | Comedy | Short






Release Date:

1 October 1932 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Sem Freio  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)
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Dickie: Where are we going?
Stymie: [as home made taxi gathers speed down steep hill] I don't know brother, but we're on our way!
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Referenced in The Our Gang Story (1994) See more »


Carolina Moon
by Joe Burke and Benny Davis
Acapella fragment sung by Matthew "Stymie" Beard"
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One of the best, and most anti-racist, of all Rascals films
14 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are those who complain about the supposed racism of the Our Gang/Little Rascals films. This one dispels a lot of that.

This is where rich kid Dickie is hampered by his overprotective mother, who despises Stymie, who she refers to as "That colored boy" and a "street urchin," but the two bond nonetheless and without spoiling it, let's just say that Stymie's actions in this film changes the snooty mother's mind.

Not only is this a nice and somewhat subtle message about friendship across lines of race and class, but the film is good and funny to boot. The gang's makeshift cab, their encounter with the drunken mule, Spanky playing with the monkey, the wild taxi chase, and the gag with the midgets and the car (you have to see this, although it's in pretty good taste). While there is no racism here, this is certainly RASCALism at its best!

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