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    Our Gang Comedy Lot (MGM, 1928-1932). Lobby Cards (5) (11" X 14") "Growing Pains," "Little Mother," "Birthday Blues," & "Saturday's Lesson."
    Beginning in 1922, throughout the thirties and into the forties, the "Our Gang" comedies were some of the most popular short subjects in cinema history. Hal Roach, the studio owner who developed the idea, called them "His Rascals" and they were known as "Our Gang" comedy shorts. In the early fifties, the films were syndicated for TV, and from then on, were called "The Little Rascals." The gang's all here in these scenes from four of their comedy shorts and in the wonderful border art --Joe, Jackie, Jean, Farina, Wheezer, Mary Ann, Spanky, Harry, Dickie, Stymie, and of course, Pete the Dog. The cards may show the following: small corner chips, pinholes in the borders, corner bends, very small spots of surface paper loss in the borders, light toning along the edges. Fine/Very Fine.


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    November, 2015
    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
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