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.

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  • Bug Hall and Travis Tedford in The Little Rascals (1994)
  • Blake Jeremy Collins and Sam Saletta in The Little Rascals (1994)
  • Travis Tedford and Kevin Jamal Woods in The Little Rascals (1994)
  • Courtland Mead in The Little Rascals (1994)
  • Bug Hall in The Little Rascals (1994)
  • Petey in The Little Rascals (1994)

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14 July 2003 | stellar_angel486
still reaching new audiences
for those of you who seem to think this movie is terrible, you are quite closed minded. just as you have grown up with the originals, many children have grown up with this movie, i myself being one of them. this movie came out when i was seven i stil find just as enchanting now as i did then. i also grew up with the originals from my parents and still enjoy those. the old black and white films are not going to appeal to every child out there, which this movie was targeted at. in my opinion, this movie was meant to slightly bridge a generation gap. parents wanted their children to see this movie and, yes, relive their own nostalgia. it was marketed towards the kids and you have no right to judge a movie that you haven't grown up on and have seen as an adult. perhaps if you were a child when it first came out, you would appreciated a little more. i think it was a great idea for the film makers to remake these classics because it does bridge the generation gap a little bit more. obviously those of you that have seen it, its because of you nostalgia towards the old ones, or because of you children. either way, you should have great respect for those who inspired this movie. that future children will be able to enjoy it. i hope they do keep making remakes so one day my children can enjoy them as much as i have. their are some movies that you can't compare remakes to, one of them is casablanca. worst comparison ever.

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Trivia

During filming for the ballet scene, Bug Hall and Travis Tedford wanted to learn the choreography but instead were instructed to "goof off".


Quotes

Buckwheat: We're goin' to the race, we're gonna win first place, and you have an ugly face!


Goofs

At the end of the race when Alfalfa is lying on the front of the go-cart trying to tie Darla's handkerchief back to the trophy, his lips aren't moving when he is yelling.


Crazy Credits

Elmer as Himself Petey as Himself


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

BUILDING THE BLUR
and "TESTING THE BEAST"
Written and Performed by George Foster

Storyline

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Genres

Comedy | Family | Romance

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