Filled with stories of Aladdin's magic lamp, the gang starts rubbing every lamp in sight in hopes of finding the one with the magic. A series of coincidences leads the gang to think they've found the magic lamp, and a helpful vaudeville magician augments the illusion. After Spanky decides to wish that Stymie's little brother Cotton was a monkey, an escaped chimpanzee shows up and frightens Cotton away. The gang believes the wish has come true and mayhem ensues as they try to keep the police from shooting the runaway simian.
Jim Beaver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
17 December 1932 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Um Batutinha e uma Lâmpada
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(Western Electric Sound System)
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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The meal prices from the menu hanging on the diner's wall - Ham & Eggs 30¢, Plain Steak 25¢, Liberty Sandwich 15¢, cheese, egg, ham - 10¢, hot dog 10¢, Pie 10¢, Coffee with "cream" 5¢. See more
[rubbing a lamp
I wish Cotton was a monkey, I wish Cotton was a monkey.
Hey Cotton, I wish you were a monkey.
Hey, be careful what your wishin' for, that lamp might work.
All he needs is a tail.
Referenced in The Our Gang Story
Look At Him Now
Music by Leroy Shield See more