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Election Day (1929)

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Credited cast:
Louise Beavers ...
Farina's Mother
Ed Brandenburg ...
Man who slips on banana (unconfirmed)
Joe Cobb ...
Joe Cobb
Jackie Condon ...
Jackie
Baldwin Cooke ...
Gangster (unconfirmed)
Pete the Dog ...
Pete
Dick Gilbert ...
Gangster (unconfirmed)
Jack Hill ...
Gangster (unconfirmed)
Allen 'Farina' Hoskins ...
Bobby 'Wheezer' Hutchins ...
Mary Ann Jackson ...
Ham Kinsey ...
Man about town (unconfirmed)
Gene Morgan ...
Officer
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Farina's father (unconfirmed)
Retta Palmer ...
Lady in town (unconfirmed)
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Family | Comedy | Short

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12 January 1929 (USA)  »

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This was Jackie Condon's last Our Gang short. See more »

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An Okay Short
30 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film revolves around Election Day, a day on which Jay R. and Joe are fighting to get votes. They warn the kids that they'll be socked in the jaw if they don't vote for them, but the kids are just trying to go about their business, namely Farina. His mother wants him to deliver laundry to her clients, but he can't go anywhere without being harassed by the gang. To escape them, he dons several costumes including that as an older woman, a dancer, and a scarecrow.

There are some funny parts of the film, but for the most part the gags are very standard and therefore tired. One occurs when a goat gets drunk. However, one part is rather cute where the kids sit on an ant hill and run away scratching. Wheezer is particularly good in this scene which could have easily been hammed up; he stays very natural in it.


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