Gang member Joe Cobb celebrates his tenth birthday by baking his own cake since his widowed mother can't afford to buy one. Later, Joe wonders why none of the Our Gang kids have responded to his party invitations. He soon discovers that all the kids have converged at a rival party held by wealthy Jackie Condon. Sensing Joe's disappointment, Jackie invites him to bring his cake to the "better" party, thereby combining the two happy celebrations. But the revelers have a few surprises in store for them thanks to Joe's kid sister, who has "helpfully" stuffed the cake with soap, tacks, old shoes, and other such party favors. Originally released on March 13, 1927, the silent, two-reel Ten Years Old was partially remade as the 1932 Our Gang talkie Birthday Blues.
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