Rajini MuruganJanuary 14, 2016
Rajini Murugan locks horns with Yezharai Mookkan who tries to get a share of Murugan's ancestral property by defaming his grandfather.
General SpankyDecember 11, 1936
A small boy is instrumental in a famous Civil War victory in this Our Gang spinoff
Alfalfa's DoubleJanuary 20, 1940
The title of this one-reel Our Gang comedy is explained when Gang member Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer comes face to face with his wealthy lookalike Cornelius (also played by Switzer).
Boxing GlovesSeptember 9, 1929
The Rascals have a boxing arena that could pack them in if they could find fighters who would actually mix it up. Harry and Farina notice a rivalry between two very large young kids, Joe and Chubby, that would fill the bill if only the two heavyweights would put aside their gentle natures. Farina gets an idea: tell each of the lads that the other will take a dive in the second round. So the fight begins and the stands are filled; but will the combatants actually throw a punch? Ernie has one more trick up his sleeve to get the fists flying and the crowd on its feet. Sweet science indeed.
Beginner's LuckFebruary 23, 1935
Spanky's mother's pushes him to join a local theater amateur night.
Fly My KiteMay 29, 1931
A greedy man tries to get rid of his mother by putting her in an old folks home until he discovers she has a fortune in stock certificates.
Three Men in a TubMarch 25, 1938
When Darla shows up with a new beau, Alfalfa is bereft. Unable to compete with Waldo's wealth, he decides to compete with skill. Waldo has a miniature speedboat. Alfalfa and the gang build their own "speedboat," powered by ducks, and challenge Waldo to a race for the hand of Darla.
The First Round-UpMay 4, 1934
The gang packs up for a camping trip to Cherry Creek two miles from their home, but to them it is the wilderness. After night falls, the hooting owls and croaking frogs conjure up visions of spooks. When a thunderstorm hits, they all scurry for home.
Hide and ShriekJune 18, 1938
Detective Alfalfa and his assistants Buckwheat and Porky try to solve a missing-candy case but find themselves in an amusement park haunted house.
The Awful ToothMay 27, 1938
When one of the Our Gang kids finds money under his pillow after losing a tooth, all the kids decide to get rich by having all their teeth pulled. They visit a dentist, Dr. Schultz, who scares them out of their plan (and probably out of ever seeing a dentist again.)
Bear FactsMarch 4, 1938
In an effort to impress Darla (Darla Hood), Alfalfa (Carl Switzer) tells her that he's a famous bear trainer. Little does he know that Darla's father owns a circus - and a bear costume. It's time for everyone to uncover the "bear facts".
Our Gang Follies of 1938December 18, 1937
Alfalfa gives up being "King of the Crooners" to sing opera, but a nightmare of being under the thumb of an evil producer sends him back to his roots.
Came the BrawnApril 15, 1938
A 1938 1-reeler from Hal Roach's "Our Gang" series (better known as "The Little Rascals"). "Came the Brawn" features the most famous cast members: Spanky, Alfalfa, Darla, Porky and Buckwheat.
Canned FishingFebruary 11, 1938
Spanky and Alfalfa plot to play hooky so they can go fishing, by pretending that Alfalfa is sick and Spanky should stay with him while the parents are away. But Spanky's mom, knowing the truth, turns the tables by insisting they also watch Spanky's little brother. But taking care of little brother turns out to be more difficult than they expected.
The ChampeenJanuary 27, 1923
Mickey and Jackie feud over Mary, so Sammy schedules a championship bout between the two rivals.
The Little Rascals' Christmas SpecialDecember 3, 1979
Spanky and Porky try to figure out a way to get their mother a winter coat for Christmas after she buys them a Blue Comet electric train.
Family TroublesApril 3, 1943
Our Gang member Janet Burston believes that her family is neglecting her, so she decides to run away from home. The other gang members try to help Janet get adopted (or "adapted") by a more agreeable family, choosing a kindly elderly couple (Sarah Padden and Harry C. Bradley) for the honor.