While Muggsy implores Alfalfa to use her extra ticket to go to the movies with her, Alfalfa patiently waits for Darla outside the theater, unaware that Darla is going to go to the movies with Butch, with Butch using Alfalfa's ticket. A dejected Alfalfa ends up going into the movie and sitting with Muggsy, right next to Darla and Butch. Alfalfa can't help but daydream during the movie, inserting himself and his friends into the dream, which mirrors the action in the western on screen: Alfalfa as the good guy cowboy, Butch as the bad guy criminal, and Darla as the ingénue who wants to marry the cowboy but may be forced to marry the bad guy under force. Alfalfa's dream may show who the hero of the story really is.
6 August 1938 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Gun with the Wind
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(Western Electric Sound System)
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?
Very first production "Our Gang" comedy short by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Longtime producer, Hal Roach
sold the group of "Our Gang" children to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, in May of 1938, after filming and production finished on Hide and Shriek
(1938). See more
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