Official Officers (1925)

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The kids in the tenements have no place to play except in streets where traffic is a hazard. Mickey gets the idea of building barricades to give our gang space to play at an intersection, ... See full summary »


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Robert F. McGowan


Hal Roach (story), H.M. Walker (titles)

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15 May 2019 | boblipton
| Joe Cobb Goes Bananas
Patrolman Jack Gavin is kicked off the force for being mean to everyone, and is replaced by Dick Gilbert. He appoints Our Gang Junior Officers, which means mostly get to play at it -- Joe Cobb eats most of two bunches of bananas off an Italian fruit seller.

The settings of the series ranged from upper-class hotels to urban poor, but this is the first one I recall in which they are big-city poor kids, trying to play in a street filled with trash and traffic. The former vanishes quickly enough and the traffic goes away soon enough, and it's up to the kids to perform their gags. It's always amazing to me how series director Robert McGowan got such naturalistic and funny performances out of kids, some of whom were less than two years old. Yet he did.

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