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Bedtime Worries (1933) was a Family - Comedy Film directed by Robert F. McGowan and produced by Hal Roach and Robert F. McGowan.

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Spanky: [Spanky saw Emerson Treacy came in the house and unexpectely dance with Gay Seabrook] Gee! Pop's gone cuckoo!
Gay, Spanky's mother: [after the dance is over] Emerson Treacy, are you drunk?
Emerson, Spanky's father: No.

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"Santa Claus" was said twelve times, altogether, by "Spanky", "Spanky's Dad", the burglar and "Stymie", as "Stymie" took "Pete the Pup" there, to hide and keep "The Gang's" dog, hidden from the dog catcher.
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Also directed by Robert F. McGowan

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Also produced by Hal Roach

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Also released in 1933

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