Dogs of War (film)

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This article is about the 1923 film. For other meanings, see Dogs of War (disambiguation).
Dogs of War!
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Directed by Robert F. McGowan
Produced by Hal Roach
Written by Hal Roach
H. M. Walker
Starring Joe Cobb
Jackie Condon
Mickey Daniels
Jack Davis
Allen Hoskins
Mary Kornman
Ernie Morrison
Andy Samuel
Harold Lloyd
Music by Brian Benison
Distributed by Pathé Exchange
Release date(s) US July 1, 1923
Running time 26:17[1]
Country United States
Language Silent film
English intertitles

Dogs of War! is a 1923 silent short subject, the fourteenth entry in Hal Roach's Our Gang (Little Rascals) series. Directed by Robert F. McGowan, the two-reel short was released to theaters in July 1923 by Pathé Exchange. The short was filmed alongside Why Worry?, a feature comedy produced by Roach and starring Harold Lloyd, who makes a cameo appearance in Dogs of War as himself.

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Sunshine Sammy goes to war.
Mickey Daniels is a "genrel"
Mary Kornman is the troops' nurse.
Joe Cobb is making a "pitchur".
Jackie Condon in Dogs of War!
Farina in Dogs of War!

Near West Coast Studios in Hollywood, the gang is waging a street war against a rival group of kids; their ammunition primarily consisting of old vegetables. The battle is halted when Mary is called to act in one of the West Coast films. The rest of the gang tries to crash the studio gates and get a role in the picture, but the casting director throws them out. Farina manages to sneak into the studio, however, prompting the other kids to sneak in after her. Several chases throughout the property then ensue and the gang eventually escapes - with a little help from Harold Lloyd.

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  • When the television rights for the original silent Pathé Our Gang comedies were sold to National Telepix and other distributors, several episodes were retitled. Footage from the first half of this film was released into TV syndication as Mischief Makers in 1960 under the title Battleground.
  • Footage from the second half of this film was released to the series in the hybrid episode "Hollywood U.S.A.".

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