The gang packs up for a camping trip to Cherry Creek two miles from their home, but to them it is the wilderness. After night falls, the hooting owls and croaking frogs conjure up visions ... See full summary »
Matthew 'Stymie' Beard,
The only "Our Gang" film directed by James Parrott, a veteran of the Roach studio best known for his work with Laurel & Hardy. It includes the duo's first feature, "Pardon Us" (1931), and the Oscar-winning short "The Music Box" (1932). See more »
Waldo's Mother admonishes his violin practicing by saying "Waldo, your B-flat in the obligato pianissimo needs more staccato."
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This magnificent picture features the gang in their latest wacky mixup. When rich kid Waldo gets his suit muddied whilst playing with the gang, all hilarity ensues.
Enough praise cannot be spoken for the talents of this cast -- in particular, the young Gene Reynolds. Often overlooked, Gene's acting career really took off in the 1930s. He was a strapping young lad, and quite the sex symbol in his day. If you're a die-hard Gene fan like myself, you'll also want to check out his Oscar-worthy performance in "Junior G-Men of the Air" (1942). Huzzah!
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