The film was kept in the can for a full year after it was completed. By the time of its March 1936 release, 'Scotty Beckett (I)' had successfully made the transition to feature films and had become a major child star. See more »
Nasty Leonard & his equally repulsive dad, new owners of a neighborhood fruit stand, see to it that the lemonade cart belonging to little Scotty Beckett & his grandpa is thrown off THE LUCKY CORNER where it's stood for years. Moving into a less-frequented alley, business looks bleak. It's a good thing Spanky & The Gang are on hand to drum up some more customers.
A funny little film, with spunky Spanky, Buckwheat `on ice' and Alfalfa crooning `Little Brown Jug' the highlights. Leonard Kibrick was the quintessential tough redheaded kid in many films of the 1930's, often without credit. That's Gus Leonard playing Grandpa.
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