The folk-rock group Spanky and Our Gang was named for the troupe because lead singer Elaine "Spanky" McFarlane's last name was similar to that of George "Spanky" McFarland. The first cast of Our Gang was recruited primarily of children recommended to Roach by studio employees, with the exception of Ernie Morrison, under contract to Roach. Hood was a guest on such TV shows of the early 1960s as You Bet Your Life and The Jack Benny Show, where she appeared on October 30, 1962 as "Darla" in a spoof of the Our Gang comedies with Jack Benny (who appeared as Alfalfa ), and The Charlotte … These new television prints made their debut on the American Movie Classics cable network in 2001 and ran until 2003. Two further Hallmark DVD collections featured ten shorts apiece and were released in 2003 and 2005, respectively. Currently, ViacomCBS, King World's latest successor, handles distribution rights. As the profit margins continued to decline owing to double features,[32] Roach could no longer afford to continue producing Our Gang. Billie Thomas as Buckwheat remained in the cast until the end of the series as the sole holdover from the Roach era. The first twelve volumes of Cabin Fever's The Little Rascals VHS set were released on July 6, 1994, followed by nine more on July 11, 1995, coinciding with the theatrical and home video releases of Universal's 1994 feature. The company's licensing only lasted for a short period. They're all here! This storyline gave all the children who watched this a very positive vibe, not to mention their adult-like characters which makes it more fun. Their new adventures begin at an emergency meeting of the "He-Man Womun Haters Club." Co-star Darla Hood gave the inside scoop on how Alfalfa was like on-set. The stress of directing child actors forced Robert McGowan to take doctor-mandated sabbaticals for exhaustion,[25] leaving his nephew Robert A. McGowan (credited as Anthony Mack) to direct many shorts in this period. New productions based on the shorts have been made over the years, including a 1994 feature film, The Little Rascals, released by Universal Pictures. If so, in which episodes? And while the rest of those couples have gone belly-up a long time ago, we like to think that if D & A were real, they’d still be together. Took a Level in Badass: Alfalfa, when he punches Butch into the pig pen after the race, and threatens to do the same thing to Woim, who just jumps into the mud with Butch. Cabin Fever began pressing DVD versions of their first 12 Little Rascals VHS volumes, with the contents of two VHS volumes included on each DVD, but went out of business in 1998 before their release. The King World/CBS Little Rascals package was featured as exclusive programming (in the United States) for the American Movie Classics network from August 2001 to December 2003, with Frankie Muniz hosting. Starting in 1928, Our Gang comedies were distributed with phonographic discs that contained synchronized music-and-sound-effect tracks for the shorts. "[15], Despite the stereotyping and racial gags, Our Gang's integrated cast caused it to be disliked by certain theater owners in the southern United States. Production continued at the Roach studio until 1938, when the studio's Our Gang production unit was sold to MGM, which produced the comedies until 1944. Jackie Cooper left Our Gang in early 1931 at the cusp of another major shift in the lineup, as Farina Hoskins, Chubby Chaney, and Mary Ann Jackson all departed a few months afterward. Star-Crossed Lovers: Alfalfa and Darla; Title Drop: "YOU LITTLE RASCALS!" The television rights to the silent Pathé Our Gang comedies were sold to National Telepix and other distributors, who distributed the films under titles such as The Mischief Makers and Those Lovable Scallawags with Their Gangs. [51], The children's work in the series was largely unrewarded in later years, although Spanky McFarland was given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame posthumously in 1994. Some stations bought both packages and played them alongside each other under the Little Rascals show banner. The last few of the Roach comedies featured Alfalfa Switzer as the lead character; Spanky McFarland had departed from the series just before its sale to MGM. From 2006 to 2009, Legend Films produced colorized versions of twenty-four Our Gang comedies (23 Roach entries, and the public domain MGM entry Waldo's Last Stand), which were released across five Little Rascals DVDs. Lazy Days, Moan and Groan, Inc., the Stepin Fetchit-guest-starred A Tough Winter, Little Daddy, A Lad an' a Lamp, The Kid From Borneo, and Little Sinner were deleted from the syndication package because of perceived racism, while Big Ears was deleted for its depiction of carelessly ingesting an assortment of drugs out of a medicine cabinet. True Hollywood Story documentary entitled "The Curse of the Little Rascals". See the article on, Maltin & Bann, pp. This led to rumors of an Our Gang/Little Rascals "curse", rumors further popularized by a 2002 E! One early Our Gang short, Lodge Night (1924), short revolves around the kids forming a parody club based on the Ku Klux Klan (though the Black children are still allowed to join). Carl Switzer was born in Paris, Illinois in 1927. [60][61] This set includes all 80 Hal Roach-produced Our Gang sound short films. Starting in 1942, MGM licensed Our Gang to Dell Comics for the publication of Our Gang Comics, featuring the gang, Barney Bear, and Tom and Jerry. Discover (and save!) The shorts did well at the box office, and by the end of the decade the Our Gang children were pictured on numerous product endorsements. [37] The children's performances were criticized as stilted and stiff, their dialogue being recited instead of spoken naturally. Scarcely two years old, she goes through each set like a wee, sombre shadow. Cooper proved to be the personality the series had been missing since Mickey Daniels left and was featured prominently in three 1930/1931 Our Gang films: Teacher's Pet, School's Out, and Love Business. Many series entries were trimmed by two to four minutes, while others (among them Spanky, Bargain Day, The Pinch Singer and Mush and Milk) were cut to nearly half of their original length. Spanky, Alfalfa, Buckwheat, Darla, Stymie, Porky, Petey the dog and all of the Little Rascals star in this hilarious heartwarming classic directed by Penelope Spheeris (Wayne's World). For generations, Spanky, Alfalfa, Buckwheat, Darla, Porky and friends have charmed audiences as “The Little Rascals,” our “Our Gang” as they were originally known. Roach produced the final two-reel Our Gang short, a high-budget musical special entitled Our Gang Follies of 1938, in 1937 as a parody of MGM's Broadway Melody of 1938. [36] Tommy Bond, Darwood Kaye, and Alfalfa Switzer all left the series in 1940, and Billy "Froggy" Laughlin (with his Popeye-esque trick voice) and Janet Burston were added to the cast. Financial data for negative costs, revenue, and profits/losses are provided for all 52 MGM, Mikkelson, Barbara and Mikkelson, David. After the girl and her mother left the office, Roach looked out of his window to a lumberyard across the street, where he saw some children having an argument. The early talkie Railroadin' was never part of the television package because its soundtrack (recorded on phonographic records) was considered lost, although it was later found and restored to the film. Unlike many motion pictures featuring children and based in fantasy, producer/creator Hal Roach rooted Our Gang in real life: most of the children were poor, and the gang was often at odds with snobbish "rich kids," officious adults, parents, and other such adversaries. The MGM-produced Our Gang shorts, General Spanky, and the rights to the Our Gang name are owned by Warner Bros. through Turner Entertainment. She filmed a McDonald's ad … He would later become known as "Alfalfa", a character he played on the Hal Roach produced series of film shorts called Our Gang, known later in syndication as The Little Rascals. Forget Brad and Gwyneth, Johnny and Winona,Tom and Nicole – the real power couple of the 90’s was Darla and Alfalfa. Ward as Butch and Waldo. Poor guy is already balding, and apparently had to take a job at Walmart. There is evidence[53] that Our Gang-style productions were filmed in small towns and cities around the country using local children actors in the 1920s and 1930s. The Our Gang series was a success from the start, with the children's naturalism, the funny animal actors, and McGowan's direction making a successful combination. Neither he nor any other Our Gang children received any residuals or royalties from reruns of the shorts or licensed products with their likenesses. کێ ئەو دوو منداڵە جوانەی فلمی #thelittlerascals ,, کە ناویان #brittanyashtonholmes ,,#bughall, A post shared by Cinema_page (@cinema_marvel_dc_page) on Oct 2, 2016 at 2:20am PDT. [6], The Our Gang series is notable for being one of the first in cinema history in which Black Americans and White Americans were portrayed as equals. Tommy Bond and Wally Albright left in the middle of 1934; Jackie Lynn Taylor and Marianne Edwards would depart by 1935. Sonar acquired these after absorbing Hal Roach Studios in 1988, and both Roach's estate and Cabin Fever Entertainment in the late 1990s.[66]. Most casual fans of Our Gang are particularly familiar with the 1936–1939 incarnation of the cast: Spanky, Alfalfa, Darla, Buckwheat, and Porky, with recurring characters such as neighborhood bullies Butch and Woim and the bookworm Waldo. Scotty Beckett departed for a career in features (he returned in 1939 for two shorts, Cousin Wilbur and Dog Daze). An unsatisfied McGowan abruptly left after Wild Poses. In later shorts, both Butch and Waldo were portrayed as Alfalfa's rivals in his pursuit of Darla's affections. Write CSS OR LESS and hit save. He signed on to release future products through the newly formed Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, which released its first Our Gang comedy in September 1927. [33] After delivering the Laurel and Hardy feature Block-Heads, Roach also ended his distribution contract with MGM, moving to United Artists and leaving the short-subjects business. [1], Senior director Robert F. McGowan helmed most of the Our Gang shorts until 1933, assisted by his nephew Anthony Mack. Forget Brad and Gwyneth, Johnny and Winona,Tom and Nicole - the real power couple of the 90's was Darla and Alfalfa. Another 1930 short, Teacher's Pet, marked the first use of the Our Gang theme song, "Good Old Days", composed by Shield and featuring a notable saxophone solo. However, after filming the movie, Brittany retired from acting at the age of 7! Darla and Alfalfa were the cutest couple in history. In 1963, Hal Roach Studios, by then run by Roach's son Hal Jr, filed for bankruptcy. Legacy and influence The characters in this series became well-known cultural icons, and could often be identified solely by their first names. Under its new name, The Little Rascals enjoyed renewed popularity on television, and new Little Rascals comic books, toys, and other licensed merchandise were produced. Hallmark colorized a few Our Gang shorts and released them across 8 VHS tapes. Roach and original director Robert F. McGowan worked to film the unaffected, raw nuances apparent in regular children rather than have them imitate adult acting styles. Using a modified version of the series' original name, Roach repackaged 79 of the 80 sound Our Gang shorts as The Little Rascals. On May 31, 1938, Roach sold MGM the Our Gang unit, including the rights to the name and the contracts for the actors and writers, for $25,000 (equal to $454,078 today). [26] New faces included Bobby Hutchins as Wheezer, Harry Spear, Jean Darling and Mary Ann Jackson, while stalwart Farina served as the series' anchor. Because they discontinued various shorts at different times, and also continued to add new releases, there is not one bulletin that lists all 80. Our Gang would be used by MGM as a training ground for future feature directors: Sidney, Edward Cahn and Cy Endfield all worked on Our Gang before moving on to features. and "Okey-doke!"[27]. As part of a month-long tribute to Hal Roach Studios, Turner Classic Movies televised a 24-hour marathon of Roach Our Gang shorts - both sound films and silents – on January 4–5, 2011. For other uses, see, For a detailed listing of the Our Gang child actors, recurring adult actors, directors, and writers, see, 1926–1929: New faces and new distributors, 1993-present: Cabin Fever/Hallmark VHS and DVD releases, Maltin & Bann, p. 119. The move to MGM offered Roach larger budgets and the chance to have his films packaged with MGM features to the Loews Theatres chain. [25] The first two entries of the season in fall 1933, Bedtime Worries and Wild Poses (which featured a cameo by Laurel and Hardy), focused on Spanky and his hapless parents, portrayed by Gay Seabrook and Emerson Treacy, in a family-oriented situation comedy format similar to the style later popular on television. From 1982 to 1984, Hanna-Barbera Productions produced a Saturday morning cartoon version of The Little Rascals, which aired on ABC during The Pac-Man/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show (later The Monchichis/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show). [2] When sound came in at the end of the 1920s, McGowan modified his approach slightly, but scripts were not adhered to until McGowan left the series. Later Our Gang directors, such as Gus Meins and Gordon Douglas, streamlined the approach to McGowan's methods to meet the demands of the increasingly sophisticated movie industry of the mid-to-late 1930s. In 2011, Legend Films released black and white versions of Little Rascals DVDs. After Ernie, Mickey and Mary left the series in the mid 1920s, the Our Gang series entered a transitional period. [13] A later Our Gang spin-off film, Curley (1947), was banned by the Memphis, Tennessee censor board for showing black and white children in school together, a characteristic common to even the earlier shorts. Our Gang also had its roots in an aborted Roach short-subject series revolving around the adventures of a black boy called "Sunshine Sammy", played by Ernie Morrison. The show, featuring Alfalfa, Spanky, Buckwheat and Darla, was groundbreaking in the 1930s in that it featured white and black child actors interacting equally. The Laurel & Hardy series went from film shorts to features exclusively in mid 1935. By all accounts available, none of the former child stars were ever paid a cent in residuals from this, despite the substantial profits netted. [30] Roach agreed, producing shorter, one-reel Our Gang comedies (ten minutes in length instead of twenty). The video contained three previously-released shorts and the previously-unreleased silent short Dog Heaven; the VHS tape was also available in a gift set with a Pete plush doll.[59]. [67] Some of the silent Our Gangs (such as Mary, Queen of Tots and Thundering Fleas) resurfaced on TCM at this time with new music scores in stereo sound; these silent Pathé Our Gangs are now being syndicated by Mackinaw Media. [40] The strips in The Dandy ended three years after the demise of the Our Gang shorts, in 1947. Like the television prints, Blackhawk's Little Rascals reissues featured custom title cards in place of the original Our Gang logos, per MGM's 1949 arrangement with Hal Roach not to distribute the series under its original title. After realizing that he had been watching the children bicker for 15 minutes, Roach thought a short film series about children just being themselves might be a success.[18]. The Little Rascals home video rights were then sold to Hallmark Entertainment in 1999, who released the DVDs without an official launch while cleaning out their warehouse in early 2000. Most of the Blackhawk Bulletins are available here: Blackhawk Bulletins. A struggling novice syndication agent named Charles King purchased the television rights to The Little Rascals in the bankruptcy proceedings and returned the shorts to television. Later that year, the first 10 Cabin Fever volumes were re-released on VHS with new packaging, and the first two volumes were released on DVD as The Little Rascals: Volumes 1–2. [2] Douglas, in particular, had to streamline his films, as he directed Our Gang after Roach halved the running times of the shorts from two reels (20 minutes) to one reel (10 minutes). Tommy Bond, an off-and-on member of the gang since 1932, returned to the series as Butch beginning with the 1937 short Glove Taps. The sound discs for Railroadin' had been lost since the 1940s, and a silent print was available for home movie release until 1982, when the film's sound discs were located in the MGM vault and the short was restored with sound. By 1936, Hal Roach began debating plans to discontinue Our Gang until Louis B. Mayer, head of Roach's distributor MGM, persuaded Roach to keep the popular series in production. She played in the "Little Rascals" films for a year while other actress Minnie Ruth… During the 1980s and 1990s, MGM released several non-comprehensive VHS tapes of its shorts, and a VHS of the feature General Spanky. Gordon Douglas served as Meins's assistant director, and Fred Newmeyer alternated directorial duties with Meins for a handful of shorts. “Alfie once put fish hooks in Spanky’s back pockets and poor Spanky had to have stitches placed on his tush,” she says. Robert McGowan, burned out from the stress of working with the child actors, had as early as 1931 attempted to resign from his position as Our Gang producer/director. [68] The television rights for the MGM Our Gang shorts belong to Warner Bros. Television Distribution, and the video rights to Warner Home Video. The series broke new ground by portraying white and black children interacting as equals.[1]. Like many child actors, the Our Gang children were typecast and had trouble outgrowing their Our Gang images. A post shared by Bug Hall (@bug_hall) on Feb 14, 2017 at 2:53pm PST. The series was produced in various formats from 1922 to 1944 and is noted for showing children behaving in a relatively natural way. In 2014, Universal Pictures released a direct-to-video film, The Little Rascals Save the Day. Gordon Douglas was loaned out from Hal Roach Studios to direct The Little Ranger and another early MGM short, Aladdin's Lantern, while MGM hired newcomer George Sidney as the permanent series director. Brittany Ashton Holmes (Darla) Alfalfa’s sweetheart is Darla, and in the film Darla is played by Brittany Ashton Holmes, who was born February 27, 1989 in California. The success of The Little Rascals paved the way for King's new company, King World Productions, to grow into one of the largest television syndicators in the world. [13], In their adult years, actors Morrison, Beard, and Thomas defended the series, arguing that the white characters in the series were similarly stereotyped: the "freckle-faced kid", the "fat kid", the "neighborhood bully", the "pretty blond girl", and the "mischievous toddler". Despite its brief running time, there is introductory material, exposition, a crisis, a climax, and an ideal conclusion. The girl was, in his opinion, overly made up and overly rehearsed, and Roach waited for the audition to be over. The four black child actors who held main roles in the series were Ernie Morrison, Allen Hoskins, Matthew Beard and Billie Thomas. These were released as "Famous Kid Comedies," as Official could not use "Our Gang". "[14] In a separate interview, Ernie Morrison stated, "When it came to race, Hal Roach was color-blind. The attendees were very receptive, and the press clamored for "lots more of those 'Our Gang' comedies." Also at this time, the Our Gang cast acquired an American Bulldog with a ring around one eye, originally named Pansy but soon known as Pete the Pup, the most famous Our Gang pet. Retaining McFarland, Matthew Beard, Tommy Bond, and Jerry Tucker, the revised series added Scotty Beckett, Wally Albright, and Billie Thomas, who soon began playing the character of Stymie's sister "Buckwheat," though Thomas was a male. Coupled with a brief suspension in McFarland's work permit,[28] Our Gang went into a four-month hiatus, during which the series was revised to a format similar to its original style and German-born Gus Meins was hired as the new series director.[25]. [55], Among notable Our Gang imposters is Jack Bothwell, who claimed to have portrayed a character named "Freckles",[55] going so far as to appear on the game show To Tell The Truth in the fall of 1957, perpetuating this fraud. The death of Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer is still a very murky chapter in Hollywood history. [55] In 2008, a Darla Hood impostor, Mollie Barron, died claiming to have appeared as Darla in Our Gang. A smaller cast of Our Gang kids—Matthew Beard, Tommy Bond, Jerry Tucker, and Georgie Billings—were featured in supporting roles with reduced screen time. Along with Alfalfa, other popular characters included Spanky, Buckwheat and Darla. Exhibitors noticed the drop in quality, and often complained that the series was slipping. For example, Norman Chaney ("Chubby"), Matthew Beard ("Stymie"), and Billie Thomas ("Buckwheat") all won contests to become members of the gang: Chaney replaced Joe Cobb, Beard replaced Allen Hoskins ("Farina"), and Thomas replaced Beard. [2], As children became too old for the series, they were replaced by new children, usually from the Los Angeles area. Following the broadcast, Spanky McFarland informed the media of the truth,[55] and in December, William Thomas, Jr. (son of Billie Thomas, the person who played Buckwheat) filed a lawsuit against ABC for negligence.[55]. In 2006, Fantagraphics Books began issuing a series of volumes reprinting the Our Gang stories, mostly written and drawn by Pogo creator Walt Kelly. Roach changed distributors from Pathé to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) in 1927, and the series entered its most popular period after converting to sound in 1929. Cabin Fever acquired the rights to use the original Our Gang title cards and MGM logos, and for the first time in over 50 years, the Roach sound Our Gang comedies could be commercially exhibited in their original formats. Darla & Alfalfa #rascals20th #littlerascals #thelittlerascals #darla #alfalfa #cute #love #movie #film #reunion #90s #1994 #bughall #brittanyashtonholmes, A post shared by @hotasicexox on Sep 3, 2014 at 3:04pm PDT. Across 220 short films and a feature-film spin-off, General Spanky, the Our Gang series featured over 41 child actors as regular members of cast. [36] The MGM entries are considered by many film historians, and the Our Gang children themselves, to be lesser films than the Roach entries. Dickie Moore, a veteran child actor, joined in the middle of 1932 and remained with the series for one year. Semi-regular actors, such as Jackie Lynn Taylor, Marianne Edwards, and Leonard Kibrick as the neighborhood bully, joined the series at this time. 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