Sherwood Bailey

Biography

Sherwood Bailey (August 6, 1923 – August 6, 1987) was an American former child actor. His parents were non-professionals. He is most notable for appearing as the red-headed, freckle-faced bad boy and enemy of the gang, Spud in the Our Gang short subjects series from 1931 to 1932. Bailey's most notable appearance was that of the spoiled, bratty stepbrother of Wheezer and Dorothy in 1931's Dogs Is Dogs. He is nearly convinced by Stymie that ham and eggs can talk, and is later pushed down a well by his own dog, Nero.

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Our Gang: 3 shorts: Bear Shooters / School's Out / Follies of 1938

Sherwood "Spud" (1931-1932) (archive footage)

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Sunnyside Up

Little Boy (uncredited)

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Night Work

Orphan (uncredited)

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Little Rascals

Sherwood "Spud" (1931-1932) (archive footage)

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Quality Street

William Smith (uncredited)

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The Big Stampede

Pat Malloy

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Hard to Handle

Boy on Pier (uncredited)

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Young Tom Edison

Red, Joe's Friend (uncredited)

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Confession of a Nazi Spy

Newsboy at End (uncredited)

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Shall We Dance

Newsboy (uncredited)

Starring In
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Our Gang: 3 shorts: Bear Shooters / School's Out / Follies of 1938

Sherwood "Spud" (1931-1932) (archive footage)

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Young Tom Edison

Red, Joe's Friend (uncredited)

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Confession of a Nazi Spy

Newsboy at End (uncredited)

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Shall We Dance

Newsboy (uncredited)

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Quality Street

William Smith (uncredited)

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The Plainsman

(uncredited)

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Hard to Handle

Boy on Pier (uncredited)

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The Big Stampede

Pat Malloy

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Night Work

Orphan (uncredited)

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Little Rascals

Sherwood "Spud" (1931-1932) (archive footage)

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Sunnyside Up

Little Boy (uncredited)

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