The gang is putting on a show with Alfalfa billed as "King of the Crooners." But Alfalfa abandons the show saying his crooning days are over, and that opera is his true calling. But after ... See full summary »
George 'Spanky' McFarland,
Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer
The film was kept back (and almost hidden) in the can for a full year after it was completed. By the time of its Saturday, March 14th, 1936, release, Scotty Beckett 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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