Mary, Queen of Tots (1925)
Mary, Queen of Tots
Comedy / Silent
Directed by Robert F. McGowan
Mary Kornman as Mary
Allen 'Farina' Hoskins as Farina
Joe Cobb as Joe
Jackie Condon as Jackie
Mickey Daniels as Mickey
Richard Daniels as Kindly gardener
James Finlayson as Radio station actor
Helen Gilmore as Dollmaker's wife
Charles A. Bachman as Police Officer
May Beatty as Governess
Lyle Tayo as Mrs. Newman, Mary's mother
Charley Young as Dollmaker
Mary, Queen of Tots is a 1925 Pathé release of an Our Gang / Little Rascals silent comedy directed by Robert F. McGowan.
Mary is a sad little rich girl with no friends except the family’s gardener. Being sympathetic to Mary, the gardener gives her the gift of four dolls, which have been modeled on the gang by the immigrant dollmakers.
Mary is telling stories to the dolls, but the mean governess takes the dolls away and throws them in the trash. Upset, Mary falls asleep and dreams that they have come to life. When she awakes she is amazed to see that they are alive – the gang has dropped by to deliver the family’s laundry! Of course, with the gang in the house all sorts of fun and mishaps ensue.
Directors: Robert F. McGowan
Actors: Joe Cobb, Jackie Condon, Our Gang, Allen 'Farina' Hoskins, Mary Kornman, Little Rascals