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A Quiet Street (1922)



A Quiet Street 

(1922)

20 minutes

Comedy / Family / Silent

Directed by Robert F. McGowan and Tom McNamara

Cast:

Jackie Condon as Jackie
Ernest 'Sunshine Sammy' Morrison as Booker T
Mickey Daniels as Mickey
Jack Davis as Jack
Gabe Saienz as Banty, the new kid
Peggy Cartwright as Peggy
Dick Gilbert as Man who gets mugged
William Gillespie as Police dispatcher
Clara Guiol as Jack's mother
Jack Hill as Red Mike
Mary Kornman as Mary
Joseph Morrison as Sunshine Sammy's Dad
Charles Stevenson as Police Officer
Dinah the Mule as Herself

A Quiet Street was released in 1922 as the sixth in the Our Gang / Little Rascals series of silent comedy films, this one directed by Robert F. McGowan and Tom McNamara.

The police are out looking for a mugger named Big Red.  In the meantime, when a bully named Banty moves into town and starts picking on Jackie, the gang finds him and beats him up.  Trouble really starts when the gang finds out that Banty’s dad is a police officer, and the kids think the cops looking for Big Red are really looking for them!  




Directors: Robert F. McGowan
Actors: Our Gang, Ernest 'Sunshine Sammy' Morrison, Little Rascals
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