Little Rascals

Season 16 Episode 7

Bear Facts

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Aired Unknown Mar 05, 1938 on TELETOON
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There's a new girl named Darla moving into the neighborhood, and her father runs a circus, so the boys pay them a visit, claiming to be animal trainers. Alfalfa gets carried away with his boasting, claiming to have secret powers over bears. Darla's dad gets into a bear costume, and Alfalfa has to nervously train him. It actually works, and the bear begins to obey his commands.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)

    Jack Pepper

    Jack Pepper

    Darla's dad

    Guest Star

    Jack Baxley

    Jack Baxley

    one of the expressmen

    Guest Star

    Al Pilario

    Al Pilario

    one of the expressmen

    Guest Star

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      • Viewers may be perplexed by the fact that the boys in this film are just now meeting Darla for the first time. This was an unusual situation in these later Spanky/Alfalfa episodes, where the relationships between the kids is usually consistent from film to film. In the earlier films, it was very common for these relationships to be changed over time. Jackie Cooper had a crush on Mary Ann Jackson in "The First Seven Years," but they're siblings in "Love Business." The gang is orphaned in "Shrimps For A Day." And for a more recent example, Spanky and Darla are siblings in "Roamin' Holiday."

      • This episode was filmed probably around mid-winter 1938.

      • Aside from the legato version of "Good Old Days," which opens and closes this film, the only music heard is the piece played during the dancing bear sequence.

      • Previous bear-related episodes include "Saturday Morning" (no. 6), "It's A Bear" (no. 27), "Choo-Choo!" (no. 114), "Bear Shooters" (no. 98) and "Night 'N' Gales" (no.
        157). Other circus-related episodes include "Jubilo, Jr." (no. 29), "Circus Fever" (no. 35), "Barnum & Ringling, Inc." (no. 74), "Spooky Hooky" (no. 149) and "Clown Princes" (no. 179).

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