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Director  Robert F. McGowan
Film series  Our Gang
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Country  United States
7.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Short, Adventure, Comedy
Music director  Leroy Shield
Language  English
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Writer  H.M. Walker (dialogue)
Release date  March 7, 1932 (1932-03-07)
Cast  George McFarland, Wally Albright
Similar movies  Our Gang movies

Choo-Choo! is a 1932 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 114th (26th talking episode) Our Gang short that was released. It is a remake of the 1923 Our Gang film A Pleasant Journey.

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Plot

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Exchanging clothes with a group of mischievous orphans, the kids end up on a train headed for Chicago. Pressed into service as the kids' supervisor, Travelers Aid attendant Mr. Henderson (Dell Henderson) suffers torment, especially when he tries to prevent three-year-old Spanky from socking the nose of every adult in sight.

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Things come to a head when the kids manage to get hold of some fireworks, at the same time accidentally releasing a menagerie of circus animals from the baggage car. At the end of the episode, Mr. Henderson is told he has the wrong children and must bring them back on a train to California.

The Gang

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  • George McFarland as Spanky
  • Sherwood Bailey as Spud
  • Matthew Beard as Stymie
  • Dorothy DeBorba as Dorothy
  • Bobby Hutchins as Wheezer
  • Kendall McComas as Breezy Brisbane
  • Harold Wertz as Bouncy
  • Pete the Pup as Himself
  • Additional cast

    Choo-Choo! James HalperinPrivate Collection Items
  • Dell Henderson as Mr. Henderson
  • Donald Haines as Leader of the runaway orphans
  • Wally Albright as Runaway orphan
  • Eddie Baker as Officer
  • Harry Bernard as Pullman conductor
  • Estelle Etterre as Dorothy's mother
  • Otto Fries as Inebriated novelties salesman
  • Lyle Tayo as Secretary
  • Baldwin Cooke as Extra on train
  • Oliver Hardy as inebriated novelties salesman yelling as bear licks his face (voice only)

  • Choo-Choo! James HalperinPrivate Collection Items

    References

    Choo-Choo! Wikipedia
    Choo-Choo! IMDb Choo Choo! themoviedb.org


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