Little Rascals

Season 16 Episode 10

Feed 'Em And Weep

Aired Unknown May 07, 1938 on TELETOON
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Feed 'Em And Weep
It's Mr. Hood's "natal anniversary," and the wife has fixed a nice dinner for him. Just as he's about to get started, the gang shows up to sing him a happy birthday song and give him gifts (a frog, a duck and a cat). The boys have good intentions, but repeatedly succeed in keeping Mr. Hood from eating.moreless

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  • This is the episode I most remember. It has all of the best characters in it, especially Mr. Hood. The songs are great. I have been singing the birthday song to my children since they were small. My oldest is 40 today, and he heard it this morning.moreless

    The singing (especially the birthday song) is great. As I remember it: \"Happy Birthday Mister Hood, Happy Birthday to you. To make your birthday bright and good, I bring this present to you!\" Alfalfa\'s voice is squeaky and slightly off key as usual, but he sings with great enthusiasm. Mr. Hood\'s frustration is understandable, but the kids are sincere with their desire to celebrate his birthday. As I recall they also attempt to bake him a birthday cake which turns out to be a disaster! Mr. Hood, of course, was Darla Hood\'s father. Of all the Little Rascals shows, this is my favorite.moreless
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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    • This episode was filmed probably around the early spring of 1938.

    • The gang sings "Happy Birthday, Mr. Hood" at the opening of this short, while Alfalfa later sings "Many Happy Returns Of The Day." The only other music is the legato version of "Good Old Days," which opens and closes the episode.

    • Debuting in this film was Leonard Landy, who played "Percy," but would later be a regular (and mostly silent) character named "Leonard." Also appearing was Philip Hurlic, who played "Philip," and filled in for the absent Buckwheat. Alfalfa, Darla, Porky and Junior made up the rest of the gang. This was the first of five consecutive episodes in which Spanky was away from the gang.

    • This was the third and final Our Gang appearance for Johnny Arthur, who had previously played Spanky's dad in "Anniversary Trouble" (episode no. 134) and Darla's dad in "Night 'n' Gales" (episode no. 157).