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Just when things look bad for Pappy, he learns that he has inherited a nightclub and goes to the city to investigate. United States.
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It looks like the orphanage will get a break when Pappy inherits his brother's nightclub. The Good Old Days. One in a long line of rural musicals, that Republic seemed to specialize in. To invalidate the ordinance, the orphans set fire to a haystack, and as the fire engines speed toward the fire, the youngsters chop down the bridge, stranding the trucks at the barn.
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The youngster, Mary Lee, was some talented. More like this. Comedy Drama Music Romance. The presence of the fire trucks offsets the fire hazard, and the show goes on. It doesn't hurt that one of the kids Mary Lee is a spunky, little singer. Joan Woodbury Dolly as Dolly.
User reviews 1 Review. Details Edit. The children are tending to cows and chickens and turkeys and growing crops.
I rather enjoyed it and was smiling throughout. Photos Top cast Edit.
They've been skimming money off the orphanage for years. This infuriates Hiram Crabtree and Sam Spitz, who profit from selling supplies to the orp This infuriates Hiram Crabtree and Sam Spitz, who profit from selling supplies to the orphanage and therefore have no desire to see it become self-sufficient.
Runtime 1h 7min. Edit. Release date October 6, United States. Recently viewed Please enable browser cookies to use this feature. That means all the kids are learning farm life. See the entire gallery. However, there is a problem at the orphanage. So the kids at the orphanage decide to put on a show to raise the rest of the money. Many complications follow. Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer Alfalfa as Alfalfa.
Black and White. Add content advisory. There he finds that the club is insolvent and that the performers are demanding their salaries. Storyline Edit.
Top review. The Director of a country orphanage has invested in the 4H Club philosophy. Consequently, Crabtree and Spitz charge Pappy with misappropriation of funds and demand that he repay the money immediately. But he's also inherited the contracts of the dancers and musicians.
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In. Comedy Drama Music. Pappy suggests that they come to Farmdale to work for their wages, and when the performers learn of the plight of the orphanage, they offer to stage a show to recoup the shortage in funds.
Crabtree and Spitz, still trying to retain control of the orphanage, invoke a fire ordinance to prevent the show from being staged in a barn. Watch the video. Dorrell McGowan screenplay Stuart E. McGowan screenplay Robert T. Shannon story.
The Director, affectionately known as Pappy Harry Cheshireneeds to raise the money in 30 days. Top credits Director Frank McDonald. It's a pleasant little film, not to be taken seriously. Director Frank McDonald. He decides to put the club's employees to work at the orphanage.
Contribute to this Suggest an edit or add missing content. Hollywood Romances: Our Favorite Couples. But the crooks, who loaned Pappy the money, don't want that. Pappy, the manager of the Farmdale orphanage, appropriates five thousand dollars of the taxpayers' money to enroll his charges in a 4-H project that could make the orphanage self-sufficient Read all Pappy, the manager of the Farmdale orphanage, appropriates five thousand dollars of the taxpayers' money to enroll his charges in a 4-H project that could make the orphanage self-sufficient.
James J. Isabel Randolph Mrs. Uppington as Mrs. Frank McDonald. The 4H activities mean that, in time, the orphanage will be self sufficient.
Pappy has raised some money selling the nightclub, but not enough. After Mrs. Uppington, a local dowager, exposes the motives of Spitz and Crabtree, the orphans continue to work on their 4-H project with the promise that they will be self-sufficient by the fall. Did you know Edit. Pappy, the manager of the Farmdale orphanage, appropriates five thousand dollars of the taxpayers' money to enroll his charges in a 4-H project that could make the orphanage self-sufficient.
Learn more. The musicians step in and help.