Washee Ironee (1934)
Comedy / Family
Directed by James Parrott
Wally Albright as Waldo
George 'Spanky' McFarland as Spanky
Matthew 'Stymie' Beard as Stymie
Scotty Beckett as Scotty
Tommy 'Butch' Bond as Tommy
Alvin Buckelew as Alvin
Leonard Kibrick as Leonard
Jerry Tucker as Jerry
Pete the Pup as Petie
John Collum as Football player
Billie 'Buckwheat' Thomas as Game Spectator
Tommy McFarland as Game Spectator
Ernie Alexander as Pedestrian
Gertrude Astor as Maid of Olympia
Symona Boniface as Maid of Olympia
Lester Dorr as Pedestrian
Billy Gilbert as the voice of Sneeze dub
Julia Griffith as Maid of Olympia
James C. Morton as Policeman
James Parrott as Man walking by laundry
Tiny Sandford as Policeman directing traffic
Ellinor Vanderveer as Waldo's mother
Yen Wong as Kid from Laundromat
Washee Ironee is a 1934 Pathé release. This Our Gang / Little Rascals comedy short was directed by James Parrott.
Waldo, a local rich kid, wants badly to join the gang in a game of football but instead his mother insists that he practice his violin so that he can perform for her ladies’ club luncheon.
Regardless, Waldo sneaks out and joins the gang and soon his fancy clothes are covered in mud and he’s up to his ears in trouble. The gang, eager to help out, try their best to get his clothes cleaned up, including taking them to the local Chinese laundromat. The clothes do get clean, but also shrink.
The gang accompanies Waldo back to his house and crash the luncheon party, with the usual results, including a pet monkey throwing cream puffs at the society ladies.
Actors: Matthew 'Stymie' Beard, Scotty Beckett, Tommy 'Butch' Bond, Our Gang, Billy Gilbert, George 'Spanky' McFarland, Little Rascals, Billie 'Buckwheat' Thomas