Little Rascals

Season 11 Episode 8

Mush And Milk

Aired Unknown May 27, 1933 on TELETOON
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Episode Summary

Mush And Milk
The kids live in a boarding school, where they're brow-beaten by the ghastly old matron. But in school, they're taught by gentle, lovable Old Cap, who allows them an impromptu talent show.

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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)

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Spanky: Hellooooo?
      Mr. Brown: Hello, who is this speaking?
      Spanky: I don't know - I can't see ya!
      Mr. Brown: Hello. This is Mr. Brown of the First National Bank. Who is this?
      Spanky: Mr. Brown from the First National Bank. That's what you just told me!
      Mr. Brown: What number is this?
      Spanky: How many guesses?
      Mr. Brown: Listen - what is this all about?
      Spanky: I don't know - you started it!
      Mr. Brown: (Gasp!) D'ohhhh! Listen here - I wan't to talk to Old Cap!
      Spanky: Well, why didn't you say so?

    • Spanky:
      Mary had a little lamb,
      whose fleece is white as snow,
      if he hollers let him go,
      eeny meeny miney moe.
      He followed her to school one day,
      it was against the rules,
      if he hollers let him go,
      eeny meeny miney moe.

    • Cap: Uh-huh, can you give a sentence with the word isthmus in
      Uh-huh: Uh-huuuuuuuh! Isthmus be my lucky day!

    • Cap: What river is called the father of waters?
      Stymie: We give up.
      Cap: The Mississippi.
      Stymie: How could Mississippi be anybody's father? You must mean Mistersippi!
      Spanky: Yes, Mississippi's the momma!

    • Tommy: How'd the bricks work out, Stymie?
      Stymie: All right, but it took my feet all night long to get those bricks warm, and now it's time to get up!

  • NOTES (4)

    • This episode was shot probably during the late winter or early spring of 1933.

    • During the kids' talent show, Bill Farnum and Olga Therkow tapdance, Spanky recites "Mary Had A Little Lamb," Stymie plays the mouth organ, and Tommy Bond sings "Lovers No More." Otherwise, we hear Leroy Shield music on the soundtrack, including the following tunes: "Good Old Days," "In My Canoe," "Hollywood Kate," "Intermezzo," "Beautiful Lady," "Teeter-Totter," "Here We Go," "Little Dancing Girl," "Look At Him Now," "Riding Along," "Candy Candy" and "Bells."

    • The basic premise of this episode comes from "Boys To Board" (episode no. 10). The implication in this film is that most of the kids are orphans, though technically it's a boarding school. Other orphan episodes include "Bring Home The Turkey" (no. 57), "Small Talk" (no. 89) and "Shrimps For A Day" (no. 133).

    • This was the last Our Gang appearance for three kids: Bobby "Wheezer" Hutchins (who barely appears in this, his 58th episode), Dorothy DeBorba, and Dickie Moore (who lasted only one season before embarking on a career in features). Also leaving was John "Uh-huh" Collum, but he would return a few years later to occupy a space in the background of several shorts.