Parents pretend they are in show business and their kids are ventriloquist dummies.
Carey Wilson narrates this MGM Miniature short in which an average office worker suffers all week-end because his boss, who had a bad case of indigestion, didn't speak to him when he came to work on Friday and is convinced he is going to get fired.
A frail boy fights to win acceptance from the leader of a street gang.
One of the few films in the series without Mickey Rooney. Costar Marvin Stephens ("Katrink'") stands in for Rooney. The short finds the gang preparing for a Christmas party for the poor kids in the neighborhood.
The gang is participating in a program sponsored by the Golden Age Dramatic League. They present their own fractured version of Quo Vadis. Things go from bad to worse when the neighborhood tough kids disrupt the show. The pie fight is given a new twist by use of some slow motion sequences.
Muggs is tricked into entering a Civilian Conservation Corps camp by Danny in order to get in shape. Muggs resists and battles with the camp captain and with other campers. He also becomes involved in trying to help one of his friends get out of trouble.
Skippy, the mischievous son of a wealthy doctor, meets Sooky in poverty-ridden Shantytown, and together they try to save Sooky's pet from a cruel dogcatcher.
Two partners in a clothing store decide they want to become radio performers.
A lame boy's uncle tries to rescue him from his over-protective parents.
Jackie gets in a duel over the affections of Mary Ann.
A group of young men who work at an aviation factory begin to suspect that a doctor who runs an air ambulance service is secretly a spy transporting secret information from the plant to enemy agents.
A group of delinquents on their way to summer camp get stuck in a haunted house.
A street kid has dreams of becoming a jockey. He gets his chance when he and his gang discover a poor old man who has a championship race horse. The man agrees to let the boy ride his horse in a race, but first the gang must get enough money to pay for the race's entry fees.
Miss Crabtree, the teacher Jackie has a crush on, rents a room at Jackie's house.
The kids' adopted grandma decides to sell her store, but can't decide whom to sell it to. The kids try to help her out.
Wheezer and Stymie, door-to-door salesmen, meet a lonely little rich girl.
Sheriff Holt is determined to prove that prisoners can be rehabilitated and released into society in this prison drama. In charge of a new kind of program, the sheriff places inmates in a clean environment and makes them build a road. Despite the improved conditions, the criminals continue to pull off a few shady shenanigans as an innocent man who is sent there soon discovers.
A dedicated police officer is torn between family and duty when his son turns to a life of crime.
Tired of going to school, Breezy comes up with a plan to get himself expelled.
A young couple struggling against poverty must keep their marriage a secret in order for the husband to keep his job, as his boss doesn't like to hire married men.
The East Side Kids discover that one of their own, Danny, is torn between staying and school and becoming a boxer, and is getting mixed up with gangsters.
Street kids get sent to the country, where they get mixed up in murder and a haunted house.
Farina plans a going-away party for Stymie as authorities prepare to place him in an orphanage.
A runaway orphan is befriended by a kind-hearted pet store owner with a criminal past.
Dickie throws a birthday party to try to raise money to buy his mother a birthday present.
When Matt Kilgore and his men frame and then hang an innocent man, Lige Saunders sends for his son Wild Bill Saunders who arrives to find his father shot by Matt's brother. When the brother is killed in his fight with Bill, Matt sends two fake Deputies to arrest Bill whom he then plans to hang. But Matt's sister, attracted to Bill, overhears the plan and rides for help.
A truant officer spots the kids in an amusement park. They try to escape him.
Robert Louis Stevenson's hero David Balfour joins rebel Alan Breck Stewart in 18th-century Scotland.
The friendship between two orphans endures even though they grow up on opposite sides of the law and fall in love with the same woman.
After living all his chilhood in the street, a young boy notices rapidly that crime doesn't pay and that´s why he decides to become a policeman. One day, one of his best friends go in prison for a murder he didn't commit. Immediately the policeman tries his best to release him and prove his innocence.
A shy office worker becomes a hero when a fortune teller calls him another Napoleon.
A would-be songwriter and a would-be inventor run a cigar stand and get mixed up in the murder of a song publisher.
A Russian dance company agrees to stage the new ballet written by a vaudeville hoofer.
A barber tries to find the winning lottery ticket he hid from his moralistic wife.
Excitement runs high when a family's farm is chosen as the site for a big cornhusking contest.
As part of their public feud, Bandleader Bernie pretends a girl singer is no good so columnist Winchell promotes her in his column.
Bob Hope is being stalked by a predatory widow who is a widow of wealthy husbands many times over. Martha Raye is a Texan heiress who wants to marry her boyfriend Andy Devine, but her father is determined that she marry into royalty. To solve both their problems, Martha Raye and Bob Hope decide to marry, but will they ever find love together?
His Arizona hometown of Torpedo invites Gene back to be the honorary sheriff of the Frontier Days Celebration.