1-2-3 Go

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1-2-3 Go
Directed by Edward Cahn
Produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Written by Hal Law
Robert A. McGowan
Cinematography Jackson Rose
Edited by Leon Borgeau
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date
  • April 26, 1941 (1941-04-26)
Running time
10' 21"
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 (200th episode, 111th talking short, 112th talking episode, and 31st MGM produced episode) that was released.

Plot[edit]

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 weren't so lucky. Instantly 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]

Cast[edit]

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]

References[edit]

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

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