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While playing baseball, Mickey runs into the street to catch a fly ball and is struck by a car. When the gang visit him in the hospital they are appalled to find the ward populated by many ... See full summary »

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Mickey (as Mickey Gubitosi)
Billy 'Froggy' Laughlin ...
Froggy (as Our Gang)
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Spanky (as Our Gang)
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Buckwheat (as Our Gang)
Big Shot ...
Big Shot (as Our Gang)
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Ann, nurse
Margaret Bert ...
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Joan Blake ...
Girl eating ice cream
John Dilson ...
Mayor of Greenpoint
Vincent Graeff ...
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James Gubitosi ...
Boy Who Gives Up Home Run
Arthur Hoyt ...
Horace
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Miss Jones, nurse
Roger Moore ...
Man at accident scene (as Joe Young)
Anne O'Neal ...
Pedestrian
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While playing baseball, Mickey runs into the street to catch a fly ball and is struck by a car. When the gang visit him in the hospital they are appalled to find the ward populated by many other children injured in automobile accidents. The Our Gang resolve to do something about the problem, and thus the "1-2-3-Go Safety Society" is born. Written by Thomas McWilliams <tgm@netcom.com>

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The date of release, Saturday, April 26th, 1941, was twelve days after MLB base-hits leader, Pete Rose was born, on Monday, April 14th, 1941. See more »

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pathetic excuse for a comedy
13 September 1999 | by (BR, La.) – See all my reviews

I am a huge fan of Our Gang/Little Rascals. As soon as Hal Roach sold Our Gang to MGM they shorts got more boring and more duller. 1-2-3 Go is a perfect example. Who would've thought that an obnoxious and annoying boy like Mickey Gubitosi would grow up to be Robert Blake. It astounds me! 1-2-3 Go is based around that Mickey gets hit by a car and the gang learns that alot of kids are injured by car hits. So the gang starts a 1-2-3 Go Safety Society. It's educational and boring. There were cute moments, actually 2. But I give 1-2-3 Go 2.5/10


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