For Pete's Sake! (1934)

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Marianne's sick and Wally's trying to fix her doll when Leonard busts it to pieces. Wally sees a perfect replacement but it's in a store owned by Leonard's father. Pete the dog is reluctantly traded for the doll which is a big mistake.


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  • Marianne Edwards and Jacqueline Taylor in For Pete's Sake! (1934)
  • Scotty Beckett and George 'Spanky' McFarland in For Pete's Sake! (1934)
  • Scotty Beckett and George 'Spanky' McFarland in For Pete's Sake! (1934)
  • Scotty Beckett and George 'Spanky' McFarland in For Pete's Sake! (1934)
  • Marianne Edwards in For Pete's Sake! (1934)
  • Scotty Beckett in For Pete's Sake! (1934)

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Gus Meins

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4 January 2012 | MartinHafer
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| Pretty good....but poor old Pete!!
Marianne is sick and the gang want to make her feel better. When a jerky kid destroys her doll, they decide to work to earn money to get her another. A lazy boob pays the kids to do his chores--with expected results. Ultimately, they trade the shopkeeper their dog, Pete, for the doll--but the guy turns out to be a real jerk--and Pete gets his revenge--on both him and his bratty kid.

This is a decent Our Gang short. It's fun watching the kids make a mess of the guy's lawn as well as Pete destroying the other guy's store. I just couldn't get over the plot which had the kids trading their dog!! Poor Pete!! Still, it's fun and entertaining--and dull of lots of action.

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