STARRING: ART VAN HARVEY, BERNARDINE FLYNN AND BILL IDELSON
SEE SOME DIALOGUE AND THE SYNOPSIS
This episode reminds me, that for some reason after 1934, all of
- Sidney Call? Sister of Heinie and Freda Chinbunny. She was much older than Rush (8 years) and it appears he had a crush on her. She was cool with this and was sweet to him. The Call family lived right there near the Gooks. Did she die or get married or...
- Elton Keefer is the son of the Brickmush Man. Where did Elton run off to?
- Bulldog was Rush's "great enemy". The Drummonds did not move because Mrs. Drummond is seen in the alley in an episode that Russell is in. The Drummonds live on University Blvd./Street (yes, both), the same street that Mis' Harris lived on - in other words, Bulldog lived nearly right across the alley, but apparently, became a hermit - or died.
- Link? Link was Rush's best pal. They spent hours together. But Link and his whole family aren't ever mentioned again that we know about after 1934.
All of the friends on the list (above right) are important people in Rush's life (look 'em up on the character website if you don't believe me).
+ The phrase "given the mitten" is explained in detail, here.
+ When Vic sees Rush's baldish head, he tells him he "looks like a peeled onion" - the exact phrase Sade uses when she talks about Vic's choice of hats.