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Release:
1930
Synopsis
The Our Gang kids reluctantly participate in a stage presentation of Quo Vadis, retitled "The Gladiator's Dilemma" by its pretentious director, Mrs. Funston Evergreen Kennedy (Gertrude Sutton). Alas, none of the kids can remember their lines, the props and settings fall apart at the slightest provocation, and worst of all, a gang of tough kids is determined to disrupt the performance by tossing raw tomatoes and rotten eggs at the youthful thespians. Ultimately, the play degenerates into a slow-motion pie fight, with the kids onstage and the adults in the audience all participating with reckless abandon. Edgar Kennedy plays the director's long-suffering husband, while familiar comedy-film stalwarts Lyle Tayo, Ham Kinsey, Charles McAvoy and Harry Keaton (brother of Buster Keaton) show up in bit parts. Also: keep an eye peeled for former "Our Gang" member Mickey Daniels and teenaged terpsichorean Jerry McGowan, daughter of series producer Robert F. McGowan. "Shivering Shakespeare" was originally released on January 25, 1930. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
1940
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
1940
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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