Little Rascals

Season 16 Episode 12

Hide And Shriek

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Aired Unknown Jun 18, 1938 on TELETOON
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Hide And Shriek
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Alfalfa is a private eye, and with the help of Buckwheat and Porky, tracks a couple of suspects, Leonard and Junior, who are accused of stealing Darla's box of candy. The two little kids get into the cab of a flatbed truck, so the three sleuths climb in back and hide in a box. Leonard and Junior, however, simply exit the opposite side, unknown to the older boys. It turns out the truck is taking supplies to a haunted house carnival ride, which is where the boys find themselves, but they think their encountering actual spooks.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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      • This episode was filmed probably around mid-spring 1938.

      • This was the last episode in the series to be opened and closed with "Good Old Days," which appears in its legato version. The only other incidental music heard in this short is "The Ghost Frolic," borrowed from "Our Gang Follies Of 1936" (episode no. 141).

      • Previous haunted house and trick house episodes include "Shootin' Injuns" (no. 39), "Shivering Spooks" (no. 52), "Crazy House" (no. 76), "Fast Freight" (no. 85) and "Moan & Groan, Inc." (no. 94). Other spooky episodes include "Spook Spoofing" (no. 71), "The First Round-Up" (no. 128), "Spooky Hooky" (no. 149) and "Alfalfa's Aunt" (no. 176).

      • This was the very last of 169 Our Gang episodes produced at Hal E. Roach Studios. The series, along with cast and crew contracts was sold by Roach to MGM, the company that had served as distributor since 1927. Appropriately enough, the last shot of the film shows a sign on a door reading "Out of Bizzness."

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