Olympic Games (film)

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Olympic Games
Directed by Robert A. McGowan
Produced by Hal Roach
F. Richard Jones
Written by Hal Roach
H. M. Walker
Edited by Richard C. Currier
Distributed by Pathé Exchange
Release dates
  • September 11, 1927 (1927-09-11)
Running time 20 minutes
Country United States
Language Silent

Olympic Games is a 1927 American short silent comedy film directed by Robert A. McGowan.[1][2] It was the 63rd Our Gang short subject released.[citation needed]

Plot[edit]

The Gang competes in their version of the Olympics. As the boys try their hand at shot put, pole vault, and hurdles, Wheezer arrives and begins to teach Minnie how to do a Razzberry. They secretly razzle the Gang, and the gang keeps beating up an outsider who they accuse of the razzles. Farina tries the shot put, then later exhibits an exceptional pole vault. Joe has troubles with the pull up bar and a javelin. Peggy and Jean arrive to cheer on their hero, Joe. A rival gang appears and begins to pelt the kids with eggs and tomatoes. The Gang returns fire and hilarity results. They eventually catch Wheezer and Minnie razzing them; and they confront Wheezer. Wheezer sics Minnie on the Gang as they run away, Minnie on their heels.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Silent Era: Olympic Games". silentera. Retrieved 2008-09-14. 
  2. ^ Shattuck, Kathryn. "New York Times: Olympic Games". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-09-14. 

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