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Baby Clothes was a funny and silly Our Gang comedy
This Hal Roach comedy short, Baby Clothes, is the forty-ninth in the "Our Gang/Little Rascals" series. In this one, a couple has been collecting some money from a rich uncle who lives out of town by telling him about their two kids who are nonexistent. Since this uncle is now visiting their hotel, they have to produce a couple of kids fast. Mickey and Joe end up portraying a girl and a baby, respectively. Also around is a twenty-seven-year old midget (or, in PC terms, little person), who loves playing practical jokes and also smokes cigars whenever possible. Guess who also plays an infant? I'll stop there and just say that I found the whole thing hilarious even though it was also pretty ridiculous story-wise. There's also some funny scenes involving being pushed downstairs in a carriage and going up and down in an elevator with Jackie and Farina. So on that note, I highly recommend Baby Clothes.
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