To impress a girl, Froggy gives a dance recital.
Buckwheat's dog, Smallpox, starts a panic.
The kids need a sponsor for their radio show.
Hooky players catch no fish.
Burglars take the kids hostage.
Mickey and Froggy run for president.
On a farm visit, Froggy spills jumping beans in the chicken feed.
In a patriotic revue, the kids imitate Judy Garland, Eleanor Powell, Carmen Miranda, Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson.
Janet runs away from home.
The gang complains of wartime hardships.
The gang digs for treasure in Kenny's back yard.
Spanky invents a foul-smelling cleaner.
Rover sniffs at stardom.
The kids form a USO unit.
Froggy is left out of party preparations.
The kids doubt Buckwheat saw a gorilla.
Crusading kids start a newspaper.
The gang gives a show to raise money for football uniforms.
Darla's dad plans to remarry.
Miss Pipps is fired for giving an in-school birthday party.
The gang recycles to help the war effort.
The kids build a mechanical man to do chores.
Mickey is hit by a car.
The kids give a charity minstrel-show.
Mickey expects a Chinese sibling.
Rivals tie knots in the gang's clothes.
A hypochondriac resists adopting a child.
The gang takes a bus to the fishin' hole.
Lemonade-stand mogul Waldo opens a nightclub with the gang.
Unjustly accused Alfalfa embarks on a life of crime.
Butch and Alfalfa compete for Darla.
A new girl steals Darla's thunder.
The gang dramatizes domestic problems on the radio.
The gang makes a movie.
Alfalfa trades places with a rich look-alike.
Football star Alfalfa has no time for study.
Spanky and the gang play cupid.
Butch's villainy threatens Spanky's melodrama.
The gang enters a soapbox derby.
The gang gets involved in petnapping.
The gang goes camping.
Alfalfa's wimpy cousin shows his mettle.
The gang gives a circus to raise rent money.
Hypnotized Alfalfa challenges Butch to a duel.
A tiny criminal joins the gang.
Alfalfa mistakes his aunt's mystery story for a plot to kill him.
The gang plots revenge for Butch's practical jokes.
Alfalfa faces Butch's Assassins on the gridiron.
Alfalfa gets a dose of laughing gas.
Alfalfa's Aladdin spirits Darla off on a magic carpet.
The Boys Week mayor will escort Darla to the Strawberry Festival.
Alfalfa dreams he is a cowboy.
(1938) Detective Rascals follow a trail to an amusement house of horrors.
(1938) The kids seek a fortune from the tooth fairy.
(1938) The Rascals ruin a birthday dinner for Darla's dad.
(1938) Alfalfa fights the Masked Marvel.
(1938) Alfalfa and Waldo compete in a boat race and for Darla's affection.
(1938) Alfalfa wants to tame wild animals.
(1938) Baby sitters Spanky and Alfalfa cannot go fishing.
(1937) Alfalfa would rather sing opera than croon.
(1937) Alfalfa is president of the He-Man Women Haters Club.
(1937) Cadet Alfalfa says he is a football star.
(1937) Butch fixes a radio talent-contest.
(1937) Alfalfa fakes a broken leg to avoid a fight.
(1937) A storm strands the Rascals at Darla's house.
(1937) Kindly elders help runaway Rascals.
(1937) The Rascals stage an epidemic.
(1937) Spanky and Alfalfa are in a dance recital.
(1937) All except Alfalfa give up girls for Valentine's Day.
(1937) Butch challenges Alfalfa to fight.
(1937) The kids entertain at a Little Rascals reunion.
(1936) To join their circus-bound class, the Rascals must retrieve a phony excuse note.
(1936) The Rascals produce 'Romeo and Juliet.'
(1936) Porky and Buckwheat have firecrackers.
(Academy Award 1936) Spanky and Alfalfa feign toothaches to get out of school.
(1936) Midgets are taken for truants.
(1936) The Little Rascals cheer a crotchety old lady.
(1936) Gus must move his lemonade stand.
(1936) The Rascals are caddies.
(1936) Alfalfa replaces Darla in a radio talent contest.
(1935) The Rascals stage a revue.
(1935) Spanky skips church to go fishing.
(1935) Spanky's little sister must go to sleep before he can play football.
(1935) All want the truant officer's daughter for a friend.
(1935) The Rascals do not want their teacher to marry.
(1935) Spanky enters a talent contest.
(1935) Spanky mixes the club's treasury with his father's money.
(1935) A magic lantern helps a couple expose a prison-like orphanage.
(1935) The Rascals seek treasure in a cave.
(1934) Waldo gets his party clothes dirty.
(1934) The kids enter a radio amateur show.
(1934) Wally brings home a mule and the Little Rascals.
(1934) Big kids don't want Scotty and Spanky on their camping trip.
The Rascals raise money for a fire engine.
(1934) A rich kid lures Wally's girl with a shiny fire engine.
(1933) Spanky does not want his picture taken. Laurel and Hardy make cameo appearances.
(1933) A burglar sneaks into Spanky's room.
(1933) Cap treats boarding-school kids to an amusement-park day.
(1933) Spanky baby-sits while others go fishing.
(1933) A truant officer follows the kids to an amusement park.
(1932) Dickie raises money for a birthday present.
(1932) A ride in Stymie's car cures Dickie's stiff neck.
(1932) The Rascals put out a fire.
(1932) A dogcatcher is after Pete the Pup.
(1932) The Rascals switch places with a trainload of orphans.
(1932) Spanky finds a hidden family fortune.
(1932) The Rascals crash a party to capture thieves.
(1931) Breezy tries to get expelled.
(1931) Wheezer and Dorothy live with an evil stepmother.
(1931) The Rascals play hooky to hear a sea captain's tales.
(1931) A man learns his mother has a fortune.
(1931) Salesmen Wheezer and Stymie meet a poor little rich girl.
(1930) Jackie has a crush on Miss Crabtree.
(1930) Grandma must sell her store.
(1930) The Little Rascals mistake Miss Crabtree's brother for a beau.
(1930) Jackie plans practical jokes on his new teacher, Miss Crabtree.
(1930) The Rascals enter their pets in a show.
(1930) On a camping trip the Rascals meet poachers.
(1930) Jackie foils a burglary despite a bumbling cop (Edgar Kennedy).
(1930) Jackie fights a duel for Mary Ann.
(1929) A school play becomes a food fight.
(1929) Wheezer tries to send his baby brother back to heaven.
(1929) Harry and Farina promote a boxing match.
After helping to put out a fire, a kindly fire chief helps the gang start their own fire department.