The Little Rascals (1994)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Family, Romance


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Alfalfa is wooing Darla and his "He-Man-Woman-Hating" friends attempt to sabotage the relationship.


6.3/10
42,643

Awards

2 wins.

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25 August 2000 | Mike-DD
8
| Rascally hilarious
I enjoy movies where kids are the main stars, and except for a few, have always highly rated them. This ranks as one of the better ones I've seen. Though I never had the chance to watch the series, I can imagine how hilarious it must have been judging from the movie. The antics of the group of young boys and girls in their eternal 'war' against one another is uproarious and a delight to watch. Watch how one of the boys try to stay within the girl-hating club while trying to woo a girl at the same time - it'll remind some of us of our childhood just before we enter adolescence. Fact is, I think the parents would probably enjoy this just as much for the same reason - how cute we were before we became 'teen horrors'!!

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Trivia

Based on the "Our Gang" comedies, a series of comedy short films produced by Hal Roach from 1922 to 1938, and by MGM from 1938 to 1944. The 1929-1938 Roach entries were later syndicated to television in the 1950s as The Little Rascals (1955).


Quotes

Butch: Any last words?
Alfalfa: Yeah, uh... see ya!


Goofs

The receptionist of The Boys Club says "And stay out!" when Spanky goes in to hide from Butch and Woim, but his mouth does not move when he appears.


Crazy Credits

Bloopers are seen during the first half of the end credits.


Alternate Versions

Original theatrical prints and subsequent broadcastings on ABC and Freeform are longer by several minutes, with the following additional material:

  • Porky and Buckwheat both figure out through Petey that the note is for an emergency meeting.
  • Additional dialogue in the He-Man Woman ('womun') Haters Club.
  • Additional dialogue between Alfalfa and Darla on the boat.
  • Right before the clubhouse fire, Stymie remarks "What's that smell?" (this better explains why Alfalfa looks in the clubhouse).
  • During the clubhouse fire, a fire truck shows up which the rascals think is for them, but it drives past and turns down another street.
  • Additional dialogue during the court scene.
  • The gag with the two bearded men at the bank is taken further. Mr. Welling thinks it's another trick and grabs their beards, angering them and losing their business of investing $2 million dollars.
  • When Buckwheat is searching for the note for Darla, she also adds: "Is this going to take all day?"
  • After Butch says "This will be like stealing candy from a baby", Woim also says, "Last time we stole candy, we ended up with the chicken pox."
  • Alfalfa tells Petey that love got him "conviction, probation, a frog in his leotard, and a butt naked chase".
  • When Alfalfa asks to be in the talent show, Ms. Crabtree says that they're all booked up. Alfalfa then lies and says his aunt would die if she didn't hear him sing.
  • Darla confronts Alfalfa after he sings at the talent show and Alfalfa replies that he heard her compliment him, inadvertently revealing that it was him at the ballet recital. Waldo then tells Alfalfa that he's entered in the race.
  • During the building of 'The New Blur' montage, two of the club members steal the wheels off of a baby carriage.


Soundtracks

The Air That I Breathe
Written by
Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood
Performed by Bug Hall

Storyline

Plot Summary


Genres

Comedy | Family | Romance

Box Office

Budget:

$23,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$10,028,065 7 August 1994

Gross USA:

$52,125,282

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$67,308,282

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