| Comedy, Family, Short
When one of the Our Gang kids finds money under his pillow after losing a tooth, all the kids decide to get rich by having all their teeth pulled. They visit a dentist, Dr. Schultz, who ... See full summary »
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George 'Spanky' McFarland is not in this and four other shorts, due to being loaned to R-K-O Pictures for Peck's Bad Boy with the Circus (1938). In order the five shorts' titles, without 'Spanky' are Feed 'em and Weep (1938), The Awful Tooth (1938), Hide and Shriek (1938). Two were filmed at MGM, The Little Ranger (1938) and Party Fever (1938).
Som'n tells me this ain't gon be so hot.
Buckwheat: Yeah, me too.
When the Gang go to the dentist to have their teeth pulled, Alfalfa asks, "Is Dr Schwartz in?" The nurse replies, "Why, yes." Above and behind the boys, on the window of the office (appearing backward so it can be read from the outside) is the sign, "Dr O.A. Schultz, Dentist".