Short Comedy Family. Birthday Blues Dickie throws a birthday party to try to raise money to buy his mother a birthday present. Glove Taps Rushin' Ballet While trying to track down Butch, Spanky and Alfalfa get caught up in a dance recital. Bear Facts Our Gang Follies of The gang puts on a show, everything goes well, except they're missing an act.
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Divot Diggers Comedy Family Musical. Shrimps for a Day Edit Cast Credited cast: Darla Hood Buckwheat as Our Gang Darwood Kaye Waldo John 'Uh huh' Collum Race Starter Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Sheila Brown Spectator Audrey Carol Spectator Tommy McFarland Spectator Harold Switzer Kid Spanky Pushes Jerry Tucker Edit Storyline When Darla shows up with a new beau, Alfalfa is bereft.
Language: English. Color: Black and White. Edit Did You Know? Jerry is seen at the far right in the back row.
John is the announcer of the race. Quotes Spanky : Say, Alfalfa, quit worryin' about Darla. We'll have a better time without her. Porky : Maybe.
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Alfalfa : That's just why I'm mad. Every time I wanna take her out, she's always gotta stay home and take care of the baby. It's enough to ruin a man's appetite.
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Porky : Yeah. Add the first question.
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However, I'm convinced that only The nursery rhyme is a form of teaching such associations in folklore: for individuals raised with such social codes, the phrase "Rub-a-dub-dub" alone could stand in for gossip or innuendo without communicating all of the details. One early recorded version in Christmas Box , published in London in , has wording similar to that in Mother Goose's Quarto or Melodies Complete , published in Boston, Massachusetts around The latter ran:.
The butcher, the baker, the candlestick-maker, And all of them gone to the fair. In the original version as it appeared both in England and in the USA Boston the song was talking about three maids instead of three men. Later research, according to The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes , suggests that the lyrics are illustrating a scene of three respectable townsfolk "watching a dubious sideshow at a local fair".
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By around the reference to maids was being removed from the versions printed in nursery books. In James Orchard Halliwell collected the following version:. Rub a dub dub, Three fools in a tub, And who do you think they be?