1-2-3 Go

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1-2-3 Go
Our Gang 123 Go 1941.jpg
Directed by Edward Cahn
Produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Written by Hal Law
Robert A. McGowan
Starring George McFarland
Billie Thomas
Mickey Gubitosi
Billy Laughlin
Cinematography Jackson Rose
Edited by Leon Borgeau
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date
  • April 26, 1941 (1941-04-26)
Running time
Country United States
Language English

1-2-3 Go is a 1941 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Edward Cahn. It was the 199th Our Gang short released (200th episode, 111th talking short, 112th talking episode, and 31st-MGM produced episode).


While playing baseball on a busy street in Greenpoint, Mickey is struck by a car. Though he fully recovers from his injuries, Mickey meets several other kids in the hospital who were not so lucky. Quickly developing a sense of civic responsibility, the Gang members establish the 1-2-3 Go Safety Society, dedicated to lowering the number of auto injuries in their community.[1]


Additional cast[edit]

  • Vincent Graeff as Kid umpire
  • Giovanna Gubitosi as Kid eating ice cream
  • James Gubitosi as Kid giving up home run
  • Freddie Walburn as Kid retrieving home run from street
  • Barbara Bedford as Ann, a nurse
  • Margaret Bert as Nurse at reception desk
  • John Dilson as Mayor Of Greenpoint
  • Arthur Hoyt as Horace
  • May McAvoy as Miss Jones, a nurse
  • Anne O'Neil as Horace's wife
  • William Tannen as Cab driver
  • Joe Young as Man calling for ambulance

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "New York Times: 1-2-3-Go". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-10-08. 

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