• Released
  • October 8, 1980
  • 1 hr 29 min
  • Drama
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The Our Gang kids are sorely confused by the new kid in town, who transforms from a sissy to a tough guy and back again without warning. Little do the kids realize that this supposedly schizophrenic newcomer -- whom Mickey Daniels characterizes as "Mr. Jekyll and Dr. Hyde" -- is not one youngster, but a set of identical twins. This plot device aside, the silent Our Gang two-reeler Every Man for Himself scores its biggest laughs in the opening reel, in which the gang operates its own athletic club and shoe-shine emporium. The closing gag, one of the most painful in the Our Gang canon, has often been removed from TV showings. Every Man for Himself was originally released on October 19, 1924. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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