Mama's Little Pirate
|Mama's Little Pirate|
|Directed by||Gus Meins|
|Produced by||Hal Roach|
|Music by||Marvin Hatley
|Edited by||Bert Jordan|
|Running time||17' 51"|
While eating breakfast, Spanky's father reads a newspaper article about treasures found at a nearby cave. This inspires Spanky to explore another nearby cave with the gang for more treasures. The cave is too dark so Spanky goes back home to get a flashlight. Spanky's foster mother catches him and she refuses to allow him to participate in that treasure hunt.
Confined to his room, Spanky falls asleep and in his dream argues with his "inner self", who advises him to disobey his foster mother and join the rest of the gang in their search for buried treasure. Though the kids miraculously unearth a fortune in gold and jewels, their triumph nearly turns to disaster when they encounter a surly giant (Tex Madsen). During the height of the trouble they've found, Spanky wakes up from his dream.
Mama's Little Pirate is the first Our Gang fantasy outing. The film was enhanced by Leroy Shield's unique background music composition "Cascadia", originally written for the "Boy Friends" comedy Air Tight (1931).
Leroy Shield's music composition was "Good Old Days" in the opening titles and "We're going to arrowhead" was in the end title.
- Matthew Beard as Stymie
- Scotty Beckett as Scotty
- George McFarland as Spanky
- Billie Thomas as Buckwheat
- Jerry Tucker as Jerry
- Marylin Bourne as Little girl
- Gilbert Hullett as Our Gang member
- Paul Rodriguez as Our Gang member
- Billy Bletcher as Giant (voice)
- Claudia Dell as Spanky's mother
- Tex Madsen as Giant
- Joe Young as Spanky's father (as Joe Young)
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