I must note that I love the silent 'Our Gang' series and this is not one of the best of them -- which makes it, nonetheless, an enjoyable short subject. This one is more concerned with its plot than most of them -- Mary Kornman, who would like to feel mud squish between her toes, falls in with the gang and their engineless taxicab and has a swell old time. Farina gets more than his fair share of screen time, but, as usual, makes the most of it The gag construction is topnotch and, as is usually the case with this series, believable. But as my favorites are the idylls, like A QUIET STREET, this one is a little too frenetic for my taste. But if they still made 'em like this, I'd be very happy.
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