When Cap's back pension finally comes in, he treats the gang to a day at an amusement park.

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Stymie (as Our Gang)
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Tommy (as Our Gang)
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Dorothy (as Our Gang)
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Wheezer (as Our Gang)
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Spanky (as Our Gang)
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Dickie (as Our Gang)
Pete the Pup ...
Petey (as Our Gang)
John 'Uh huh' Collum ...
Uh-huh (as Our Gang)
Bill Farnum ...
Billy, Tap Dancer (as Our Gang)
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Orphan (as Our Gang)
Dickie Jackson ...
Orphan (as Our Gang)
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Orphan (as Our Gang)
Olga Edith Therkorn ...
Olga, Tap Dancer (as Our Gang)
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Cap's Wife
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Mr. Brown, he Banker
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When Cap's back pension finally comes in, he treats the gang to a day at an amusement park.

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Comedy | Family | Short

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27 May 1933 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

This short, Mush and Milk (1933) and M-G-M short, All About Hash (1940), have the almost identical plot summary, but with a bunch of different members. See more »

Quotes

Mr. Brown: What number is this?
Spanky: How many guesses?
Mr. Brown: Listen, I want to speak to Old Cap!
Spanky: Well why didn't you say so in the first place?!
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Connections

Featured in Our Gang: Inside the Clubhouse (1984) See more »

Soundtracks

Here We Go
(uncredited)
Music by Leroy Shield
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One of the best!
29 December 1998 | by (Denver, CO) – See all my reviews

I remember seeing this Our Gang short as a child. It was funny then. It's even funnier now seeing it as an adult. This is a great vehicle for the Our Gang kids. A very young Spanky is a stand out. His poetry reading and phone conversation scenes steal the show. The film also makes great use of young Tommy Bond, several years before he took on the role of the gang's arch nemesis Butch. His heartfelt singing could go up against Alfalfa any day. This is a wonderful example of the fine talent and comic timing the Our Gang kids had. It's one of their best shorts.


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