Waldo's Last Stand (October 5, 1940)

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Waldo's Last Stand
 

Released on October 5, 1940: The neighborhood kids put on a show to help Waldo sell lemonade from his lemonade stand.

Produced by Jack Chertok

Directed by Edward L. Cahn

The Actors: Robert Blake (Mickey), George 'Spanky' McFarland (Spanky), Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer (Alfalfa), Billie 'Buckwheat' Thomas (Buckwheat), Darla Hood (Darla), Darwood Kaye (Waldo), Janet Burston (Jeanette), Billy 'Froggy' Laughlin (Froggy), Leonard 'Percy' Landy (Leonard), Lavonne Battle (Tap Dancer), Shirley Doble (tap dancer), Donna Jean Edmonsond (tap dancer), Loree Lee Foxx (tap dancer), Helen Guthrie (tap dancer), Patsy Irish (Tap Dancer), Maretta Light (Tap Dancer), Marilyn Kay (Tap Dancer), Rae-Nell Laskey (Tap Dancer), Betta St. John (Tap Dancer), Patsy Anne Thompson (Tap Dancer), Patricia Wheeler (Tap Dancer), Mary Ann Such (singer), Jackie Krenk (band), Bobby Somers (band), Clyde Wilson (band)

 

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Here's Waldo

The famous "Where's Waldo" in U.S. and Canadian books by British illustrator Martin Handford was a small boy with large round horn-rimmed glasses was probably not created from the Waldo in the Our Gang, or Little Rascals comedy movie shorts, but the resemblance is uncanny. This comedy short is the final appearance of Darwood Kaye as the Waldo character, and in his last appearance he is running his last lemonade stand. When he can't find any customers for his penny glass of lemonade, Spanky decides that what Waldo needs is a floor show to attract paying customers to his lemonade stand. All the neighborhood kids get together to put on a show, with Darla singing and dancing, Robert Blake, Billie 'Buckwheat' Thomas and George Spanky' McFarland are waiters, with Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer leading the band. As the show begins there is only one little fellow who comes to watch, and although Spanky and the others try every trick they know to get him to buy a glass of lemonade, the little fellow sits stony-faced and refuses to purchase the lemonade. Pop a little bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Billie Thomas, Darwood Kaye and George McFarland
Billie Thomas, Darwood Kaye and George McFarland
Billie Thomas, Robert Blake and Carl Switzer
Billie Thomas, Robert Blake and Carl Switzer
Billy 'Froggy' Laughlin
Billy 'Froggy' Laughlin
Billy Laughlin
Billy Laughlin
Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer
Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer
Darla Hood, Carl Switzer and Darwood Kaye
Darla Hood, Carl Switzer and Darwood Kaye
Darla Hood sings and dances
Darla Hood sings and dances
Darla Hood
Darla Hood
Darwood Kaye, Robert Blake and George McFarland
Darwood Kaye, Robert Blake and George McFarland
George 'Spanky' McFarland
George 'Spanky' McFarland
Mary Ann Such singing and dancing
Mary Ann Such singing and dancing
Robert Blake, Billie Thomas and Leonard Landy
Robert Blake, Billie Thomas and Leonard Landy
Robert Blake as Mickey
Robert Blake as Mickey