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Divot Diggers (1936)

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Credited cast:
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Bill, Third Golfer
Hubert Diltz ...
Tractor driver
Tom Dugan ...
Fourth Golfer
Jack Hatfield ...
Mr. Hatfield, Caddy Master
Jack Hill ...
Golfer
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Jiggs ...
Chimpanzee
Leonard Kibrick ...
Caddy
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Patsy May ...
Baby (as Baby Patsy May)
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Thomas Pogue ...
Mr. Jackson, First Golfer
Russ Powell ...
Jiggs the Monkey (voice)
Pete the Pup ...
Pete
Matty Roubert ...
Caddy
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8 February 1936 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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In most of the Our Gang comedies Darla Hood is a brunette. She has blonde hair in this short, because her hair color was changed for her role in the Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy film The Bohemian Girl (1936). See more »

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Too much of the monkey!
1 February 1999 | by (Denver, CO) – See all my reviews

Spanky, Alfalfa and the gang play a bunch of wanna-be caddies. It's a great situation for Our Gang, unfortunately it's wasted. A few scenes of them playing golf with gardening tools are good for some laughs, but eventually the film makes a major mistake. Rather than focus on the great talents of it's young stars, the film spends way too much time focusing on their pet monkey. All the chimp does is break golf clubs, eat golf balls and make whoopee cusion noises. It's not very funny.


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