Little Rascals - Every Man for Himself 1924

The Gang is running a combination boxing club and (wireless) shoeshine business. After the boxing gloves owner takes his gloves home, the gym rent is due, and with some customer service mistakes in the shoeshine stand, the gang needs to raise money. They drum up business by spraying paint on men’s shoes and cleaning them until a policeman catches them. One of the marks proves to be Jimbo Johnson, the “price” fighter, who bails the gang out. The identical twin brothers “Scrappy” and “Sissy” then move into the neighborhood. Mickey tries to establish the social pecking order by fighting, but the boys keep switching places and confuse Mickey and the gang.

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Genre: Short Films Little Rascals
Starring: Joe Cobb, Jackie Condon, Mickey Daniels
Year: 1924
Color/BW: Black & White
Director: Robert F. McGowan
Movie Type: Public Domain Films
Decade: 1920s
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