|Directed by||Edward Cahn|
|Written by||Hal Law
Robert A. McGowan
|Edited by||Leon Borgeau|
Surprised Parties is a 1942 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Edward Cahn. It was the 206th Our Gang short (207th episode, 118th talking short, 119th talking episode, and 38th MGM produced episode) that was released.
Upset because, as a leap year baby (he only has a birthday every four years), Froggy bemoans the fact that he has almost never had a birthday party. The gang decides to throw a surprise party in Froggy's honor, but they pretend to throw him out of the clubhouse in order to keep it a secret. Vengefully, Froggy sneaks back and sets all sorts of booby-traps for the other gang members and then shows up at the party disguised as a new girl in town. But when Froggy discovers that the party was for him, he becomes guilty and sets off all the traps by himself.
- Janet Burston as Janet
- Mickey Gubitosi (later known as Robert Blake) as Mickey
- Billy Laughlin as Froggy Laughlin
- George McFarland as Spanky
- Billie Thomas as Buckwheat
- Margaret Bert as Froggy's mother
- Giovanna Gubitosi as Gloria
- Leon Tyler as Jimmy
Buz Buckley, James Gubitosi, Tommy Tucker, Frank Ward
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