The Pooch (Our Gang)

27 Jun

Classic comedy short film (Little Rascals)
Year: 1932
Year in film: 1930s
Country: USA
Who in bibs: Wheezer ~6 ?
Available on DVD: yes
I own: no
Clothing occurence: low ?
Rating:  4/10
Rating: ****
Comment: At least one boy in bibs in this episode of “Our Gang”. I don’t remember his name. I think it’s Robert Hutchins as Wheezer. Another pic in the update.

There are a lot of episodes of Our Gang / aka The Little Rascals, but somehow I don’t remember and couldn’t found much bib scenes in there.

Produced by Hal Roach and Robert F. McGowan, originally in b&w but also colorized. 20 minutes.

I like these classics, however most kids are very young. So rating 4 for now. I have to check more of it. See also

Our Gang Follies of 1938 (rating 6, with 2 older boys in raw denim bibs) and

The Little Rascals (1994), rating 5, even with a woman in bibs. Also both entries on my sailor suit blog (rating 6 and 3).

Curley (1947) rating 2? no entry yet, for the sequel, see below

Who Killed Doc Robbin , rating 2, 2 young black boys

Waldo’s Last Stand, rating 2

Our Gang Follies of 1936 (rating 3)

Update: 3 more movies, rating 5 (“A Lad An’ A Lamp” (1932), “The Pigskin Palooka” (1937) and “When The Wind Blows (1930)“. One more pic of The Pooch. Also on my pigtails blog.



The Champeen (1923), rating 6

Divot Diggers, rating 6 (colorized)

Reunion in Rhythm, rating 6 (colorized) Alfalfa

Pups Is Pups, rating 3 (colorized) Mary Ann, Chinese boy

Shrimps for a Day, rating 3 (colorized) very young blonde boy

Update 2, rating 4, unknown early 30s trailer, probably Wheezer

Second Childhood (1936), rating 2 (colorized) Dickie


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