Little Rascals

Season 11 Episode 4

A Lad An' A Lamp

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Aired Unknown Dec 17, 1932 on TELETOON
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A Lad An' A Lamp
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The gang, inspired by the Aladdin story, is busy rubbing every lamp they can get their hands on. A nearby magician overhears their plan and presents himself as the genie of the lamp. Spanky wishes for Cotton to be turned into a monkey, which appears to happen thanks to a vaudeville chimp that happens along.moreless

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Jackie Cooper

Jackie Cooper

Jackie (1929 to 1931)

Jack Davis

Jack Davis

Jack (1922 to 1923)

Matthew Beard

Matthew Beard

Stymie (1930 to 1935)

Eugene Lee

Eugene Lee

Porky (1935 to 1939)

Robert Blake

Robert Blake

(originally Mickey Gubitosi) as Mickey (1939 to 1944)

John Collum

John Collum

Uh-huh (1933)

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Spanky: Hey, Cotton, bring me another an' keep your fingers out of it!

    • Stymie: Look! Spanky turned Cotton into a monkey!
      Dorothy: Gee, that's funny!
      Stymie: It ain't funny to me, sistah, I gotta sleep with him!

    • Stymie: Maybe we ain't rubbin' these lamps the right way.
      Dickie: Well, there's only one way to rub, ain't there?
      Stymie: Well, there's two ways to rub a cat. I found that out!

  • NOTES (6)

    • This episode was shot probably during the early-to-mid fall of 1932.

    • Among the Leroy Shield tunes heard in this episode are "Good Old Days," "Beautiful Lady," "In My Canoe," "Riding Along," "Yasmini," "Dash And Dot," "Little Dancing Girl," "Look At Him Now," "Blue Blue," "Teeter-Totter," "Bells," "Hide And Go Seek," "Prelude" and "Sliding."

    • Actors playing bit parts in this film include Harry Bowen, James Mason, Jack Hill, James C. Morton, Harry Bernard and Efe Jackson.

    • This was the first episode to feature John Collum as "Uh-huh."

    • The story for this episode generally derives from "Chicken Feed" (episode no. 62), with the chimp-on-a-rampage idea is straight from "Monkey Business" (episode no. 48). The chimp, incidentally, is Jiggs. A later episode in which the black boy of the gang appears to transform into a monkey was "Three Smart Boys" (episode no. 154).

    • Due to the racial subject matter of this episode, it was eventually removed from TV syndication.

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