The Little Rascals brings back Spanky, Alfalfa, Buckwheat, Darla and the rest of the beloved "Our Gang" children in a collection of comedy shorts from 1929-1938. Surprisingly, these vintage films remain fresh and funny, even almost a century after they originally played to movie audiences before the featured attraction. The charm of the Little Rascals series comes from the natural charm of the young actors, who often improvised their parts, and story lines that appeal to the kid in all of us. Filming during the Great Depression, the filmmakers didn't shy away from the harder realities of the time, like being hungry or having frayed clothing. The cast also featured a mix of boys and girls, whites and blacks, all part of the same neighborhood society, which gives these black & white episodes a modern sensibility. This classic collection features 10 different digitally remastered films, including "Teacher's Pet," "School's Out" and "For Pete's Sake."