Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Outside of a cutting continuity and a handful of contemporary reviews, little is known about the plotline of the long-lost "Our Gang" comedy The Holly Terror. From the existing evidence, the story would seem to have centered on the sibling rivalry between two little girls, played by Mary Ann Jackson and Jean Darling. In their very thorough book The Little Rascals: The Life and Times of Our Gang, Leonard Maltin and Richard W. Bann have reprinted the film's opening titles: "The story of a little girl who was bad on Monday, naughty on Tuesday, and terrible on Wednesday--Thursday, they called out the marines. . . ." Originally released on March 9, 1929, The Holy Terror will undoubtedly be included in the "Little Rascals" VHS and DVD releases, if and when the film is ever rediscovered.