- Carl Switzer
- Darla Jean Hood
- Darwood Kaye
- Eugene Lee
- Gary Jasgur
- George McFarland
- William Thomas Jr.
- Dix Davis - Audience Member
- Gloria Brown - Tap-Dancer
- Harold Switzer - Audience Member
- Henry Lee - Audience Member
- Joseph Geil - Tap-Dancer
- Laura June Williams - Audience Member
- Leonard Landy - Ticket Seller
- Marylyn Astor Thorpe (unconfirmed)
- Peggy Lynch (actress) - Tap-Dancer
- Priscilla Montgomery - Tap-Dancer
- Rae-Nell Laskey - Tap-Dancer
- Robert Callahan - Audience Member
- Tim Davis - Audience Member
- William Minderhout (as Bill Mindy) - The Genie
Plot: Spanky McFarland and the gang are staging a play about Aladdin, but all Buckwheat and Porky want to do in it is sing and dance to the tune of "Strolling Through The Park One Day." Alfalfa plays Aladdin showing his magic lamp to Spanky, playing the caliph, who calls upon dancers led by Darla to the tune of "Your Broadway Or Mine." Spanky orders the genie to disappear with all the dancers except Darla, and then orders the palace guards, Buckwheat and Porky, to drag Alfalfa away, but instead they continue their soft-shoe act. Darla is so embarrassed that she quits and Spanky steps in to fill her role for a magic carpet scene to the tune of "I'll Take You Home Again, Darleen." During the scene, someone's pet monkey pulls the pulleys controlling the carpet and takes it over a burning candle which sets Alfalfa on fire. Hysterical, Spanky screams at Buckwheat and Porky to do something and they do, running out on stage to do their act...
- This was the first short for George McFarland after a five-short absence.
- This was also the last short for director Gordon Douglas in the series. He would leave M-G-M to remain at Hal Roach Studios. Afterward, he commented he didn't like the new "adult" direction the studio was taking the series.
- This was the second short based on the Aladdin story, the other being A Lad An' A Lamp.