The Little Rascals (Our Gang), Best of Volume 1 (In Color)

DVD Release: June 28, 2011
The Little Rascals (Our Gang), Best of Volume 1 (In Color)
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Synopsis

Spanky, Alfalfa, Buckwheat, Stymie, Porky and all The Little Rascals are at their hilarious best! Your family will fall in love with the antics of Our Gang as they get lost in a haunted house, race down a precarious hill in their homemade fire engine, try to survivie an unexpected visit from the famous “Wild Man of Borneo,” and so much more! These are the best episodes from the “Golden Era” of Hal Roach’s Rascals—1930-1936—and they are beautifully restored and presented in vibrant color!

Dove Review

This a collection of original “Little Rascals” episodes that aired from 1930-1936. The gang is hilarious with its slapstick comedy that makes everyone laugh. The kids are from different backgrounds, but they help one another out of jams, fight bullies and mean people, and most of all show how friendship works. There is never a dull moment when Our Gang (as they are sometimes called) is around.

There is always mischief and good clean fun in these episodes. The children actors were loveable and talented as some sang, danced and led each other out of funny predicaments. Whether it was causing havoc on a train, putting on a show, being detectives or trying to skip school, they always found a way to bring the situation to a funny end.

“The Little Rascals” is a classic that still entertains the family with it comedic antics. We are proud to award this collection with the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Young boys and girls being flirty.
Language: Gosh; gee whiz; darn it; name calling: brats, dummy, mugs.
Violence: Slapstick violence such as punching, slapping, putting tacks on floor; boy accidentally shut in frig but let out right away.
Drugs: Man smoking cigar; boy smoking cigar; women smoking cigarettes; man acts like he is drunk; wild man drinks wine.
Nudity: Young girls' midriffs; short dress on young girls; boys in underwear.
Other: Rude attitudes; bullying.