The premier re-issue of the classic series with Spanky, Buckwheat, Alfalfa and the rest of 'our gang'. Unedited, restored, remastered and hosted by Leonard Maltin. Pre any kind of political correctness.
The casting director for Mammoth Pictures offers the Gang's dog, Rover, the chance to become the successor to Rin Tin Tin. However, Rover refuses to take commands in front of the camera-no matter how much the kids coax him...
When Buckwheat and Big Shot adopt a spotted dog, they decide to name it Smallpox.
While the Gang members are swimming, their rivals, the Slickers, tie knots in their clothes. The Gang declares war, using rotten vegetables as weapons. Finally, thanks to the stench of the vegetables, they win the war.
When their teacher keeps them after school, the "Our Gang" kids decide to play hooky next day and go fishing. However, they are unable to catch a single fish. They meet a fisherman, who shows them his huge catch.
Because Janet thinks her parents don't love her anymore, she decides to run away from home and unwittingly involves the "Our Gang" kids, who are accused of kidnapping her.
Froggy has a crush on Marilyn, but Marilyn only likes dancers, and so Froggy determines to become one. He gives a dancing recital in which he is the solo performer.
When Buckwheat tells the other Gang members he has seen a gorilla, they decide to cure him of his habitual fibbing. They concoct a gorilla costume for Spanky to scare Buckwheat.
Here's the "Our Gang" version of a horse opera. Alfalfa falls asleep and dreams that he's a cowboy. Butch's gang has captured him and is stringing him up on a tree. Sheriffs Porky and Buckwheat arrive to save Alfalfa but are quickly captured.
Constructing a mechanical man to do their chores, the "Our Gang" kids sit back and anticipate a life of ease. However, Slicker and Boxer, archrivals of the Gang, have other plans, and they see to it that the Robot is more of a hindrance than help.
Alfalfa thinks he is too great a football star to worry about his studies, but a sudden glimpse of the future and the realization that he might get thrown out of college convince him that he should quickly become the most studious member of his class.
Mrs. Morton wants to adopt kids, but Mr. Morton is a hypochondriac and doesn't like children.
When the Gang discovers that Waldo is wildly successful with his lemonade stand, they convince him to combine with them and open a nightclub.
The Gang discovers that Porky's family can't pay the rent, so the kids decide to give a circus performance to raise rent money. Spanky is the Barker, Darla the Snake Charmer, Buckwheat the Man-eater...
A midget, who turns out to be a master criminal, is involved in this "Our Gang" adventure. He lands them in all sorts of trouble with the cops, and they all finally wind up in a jail cell, awaiting a lecture from a police sergeant.
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