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The Ultimate Little Rascals Collection
Format: DVD Genre: Comedy-Classic
The Ultimate Little Rascals Collection

The Ultimate Little Rascals Collection

Format: DVD Genre: Comedy-Classic
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Seven-disc set includes:

The Ultimate Little Rascals Collection: The Best Of Our Gang

Along with five shorts--"Fly My Kite" (1931), "A Lad an' a Lamp" (1932), "The Kid from Borneo" (1933), "Hi'-Neighbor!" (1934), "Hide and Shriek" (1938)--in both the original black-and-white and newly colorized versions, this collection also features footage of the kids clowning around with Laurel and Hardy and a 1950s "Our Gang" TV reunion. 84 min. total. BW&C/Rtg: NR

The Little Rascals: Superstars Of Our Gang

Along with five shorts--"School's Out" (1930), "Free Wheeling" (1932), "For Pete's Sake" (1934), "Divot Diggers" (1936), and "Waldo's Last Stand" (1940)--in both the original black-and-white and newly colorized versions, this collection also features footage of ex-Rascal Jackie Cooper racing mini-cars with the Marx Brothers and an adult Alfalfa on "The Roy Rogers Show." 83 min. total. BW&C/Rtg: NR

The Little Rascals: The Best Of Spanky

Along with five shorts--"Choo-Choo!" (1932), "Shrimps for a Day" (1934), "Washee Ironee" (1934), "Our Gang Follies of 1936" (1935), and "Rushin' Ballet" (1937)--in both the original black-and-white and newly colorized versions, this collection also features rare film clips, trailers and home movies starring the one and only George "Spanky" McFarland. 85 min. total. BW&C/Rtg: NR

The Little Rascals: The Boys Of Our Gang

Along with the five shorts "Little Daddy" (1931), "Birthday Blues" (1932), "Honky-Donkey" (1934), "Pay as You Exit" (1936), and "Fishy Tales" (1937) in their original and unedited black-and-white form, this collection also includes a bonus silent short "Monkey Business" (1926). 102 min. total. BW&C/Rtg: NR

The Little Rascals: Classic & Hidden Episodes

Along with the five shorts "Lazy Days" (1929), "Big Ears" (1931), "Free Eats" (1932), "Fish Hooky" (1933), and "Mush and Milk" (1933) in their original and unedited black-and-white form, this collection also includes the silent short "The Fourth Alarm!" (1926). 116 min. total. BW&C/Rtg: NR

The Little Rascals: The Pirates Of Our Gang

Along with the classic shorts "Shiver My Timbers" (1931), "Mama's Little Pirate" (1934), "Buried Treasure" (1938), and "Three Men in a Tub" (1938) in their original and unedited black-and-white form, this collection also includes the shorts "Derby Day" (1923) and "Our Gang Follies of 1938." 116 min. total. BW&C/Rtg: NR

The Little Rascals: Scary Spooktacular!

In addition to the four Rascals shorts "The First Round-Up" (1934), "Little Sinner" (1935), "Moans and Groans" (1935), and "Spooky Hooky" (1936) in their original, unedited black-and-white versions, this collection also features the bonus shorts "The Sun Down Limited" (1924) and "Bear Shooters" (1930). 113 min. total. BW&C/Rtg: NR

The Little Rascals: The Best Of Pete The Pooch

Everybody’s favorite American pit bull with the ring around his eye, Pete the Pup, is feted with these four classic Little Rascals shorts, including "Pups Is Pups" (1930), "Dogs Is Dogs" (1931), "The Pooch" (1932), and "For Pete's Sake!" (1934). 77 min. total. BW&C/Rtg: NR

The Little Rascals: Spanky, Alfalfa & Darla's Memorable Episodes

Three of the pint-sized comedy group’s leading lights are spotlighted in six rib-tickling shorts: "Sprucin' Up" (1935), "Bored of Education" (1936), "Glove Taps" (1937), "Mail and Female" (1937), "Rushin' Ballet" (1937), and "Bear Facts" (1938). 69 min. total. BW&C/Rtg: NR

Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.

Studio: Legend Films
Release Date: 10/20/2015
Item #: 1534130X
UPC #: 844503002433
Attributes: Boxed Set
Product Type: DVD

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