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Playlist of Our Gang

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  • Our Gang in Waldos Last Stand 1940 HD

    10:22

    Starring George Spanky McFarland (Spanky) Carl Alfalfa Switzer ( Alfalfa) Billie Buckwheat Thomas (Buckwheat) Darla Hood (Darla) Robert Blake (Mickey) Darwood Kaye (Waldo) Janet Burston (Jeanette) Billy Froggy Laughlin (Froggy) Leonard Percy Landy(Leonard).
    The Gang puts on a show to help Waldo sell lemonade from his stand.

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  • Where Are They Now: Little Rascals Cast

    4:15

    You might remember the Little Rascals cast, well I decided to make a video of most of the former members and what had recently happened to them. This is in chronological order starting with:
    Chubby
    Donald Haines
    Wheezer
    Petey
    Froggy
    Bonedust
    Alfalfa
    Harold Switzer
    Scotty
    Mickey Daniels
    and Mary Kornman.
    If you notice I have left something out, done something wrong please let me know in the comments below.
    PS: I'm getting some unneccesary comments on one of my videos about my giving information or what you idiots seem to call speed writing. I wish it would stop!!!!

    Enjoy!

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  • Jane

    3:16

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    Jane · Spanky & Our Gang

    Anything You Choose B/W Without Rhyme Or Reason

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1969 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-01-01

    Producer: Bob Dorough
    Producer: Stuart Scharf
    Composer Lyricist: Stuart Scharf

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  • CAREER OPPORTUNITIES - Clash/Our Gang

    4:01

    Thank you: Sony Music Entertainment
    From the 1980 Clash album Sandinista. Another Mi-MixUp production.

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  • Stardust

    3:34

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    Stardust · Spanky & Our Gang

    Like To Get To Know You

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1968 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1967-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Bob Dorough
    Producer, Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Stuart Scharf
    Author: Mitchell Parish
    Composer: Hoagy Carmichael

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  • Suzanne

    3:51

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    Suzanne · Spanky & Our Gang

    Like To Get To Know You

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1968 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1967-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Stuart Scharf
    Producer, Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Bob Dorough
    Composer Lyricist: Leonard Cohen

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  • Spanky & Our Gang Coney Island Washboard on The Ed Sullivan Show

    2:03

    Spanky & Our Gang Coney Island Washboard on The Ed Sullivan Show on June 18, 1967. Subscribe now to never miss an update:

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  • Sunday Will Never Be The Same - Spanky & Our Gang HD Stereo

    3:08

  • SPANKY & OUR GANG ~ LIKE TO GET TO KNOW YOU 1968

    3:01

    The popular 60's vocal groups album Like to Get to Know You, was released in April 1968 and the song reached No. 17 on June 8, 1968 on Billboards hot 100. Elaine McFarlane's vocals and the fine harmony was the shining star of Spanky and Our Gang.

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  • Where Are They Now: The Little Rascals Cast 2

    3:41

    As promised The second video of my new Where Are They Now collection. In chronological order continued:
    Jackie Condon
    Darla Hood
    Farina
    Buckwheat
    Stymie
    Breezy Brisbane
    Sherwood Bailey
    Sunshine Sammy
    and Uh-Huh (Catchup)
    If you notice I have left something out, done something wrong please let me know in the comments below.
    Enjoy!

  • Give A Damn

    3:38

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    Give A Damn · Spanky & Our Gang

    Spanky's Greatest Hit(s)

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1969 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-01-01

    Producer: Bob Dorough
    Producer: Stuart Scharf
    Composer Lyricist: Stuart Scharf
    Composer Lyricist: Robert Dorough

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  • American Bandstand 1967 -In Color Pt. 2- Lazy Day, Spanky & Our Gang

    3:12

    “What a day for pickin' daisies and lots of red balloons…“, 60’s sunshine pop at it’s best! The kids, including many of the regulars, dance to Spanky and Our Gang’s #14 hit…in glorious living color.

    Watch for shots of the cameras and crew while they are dancing and rare shots of the TV monitors near the bleachers that (I think) are live shots of the show where they can see themselves.

    …..And on TV tonight, after new episodes of Hogan’s Heroes and Petticoat Junction, it’s the 6th annual Miss Teenage America Pageant on CBS….The judges are John Banner (Sgt. Schultz) and none other than Dick Clark.
    Here’s the description from TV Guide:


    Airdate: Nov. 11, 1967

  • Our Gang / The Little Rascals - Talent Show

    5:06

    The Little Rascals attend a talent show.

  • Sunday Mornin

    3:53

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    Sunday Mornin' · Spanky & Our Gang

    Like To Get To Know You

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1968 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1967-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Stuart Scharf
    Producer, Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Bob Dorough
    Composer Lyricist: Margo Guryan

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  • LAZY DAY ~ SPANKY and OUR GANG 1967 HQ AUDIO

    3:03

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    Elaine 'spanky' McFarlane's wonderful vocal made this 1967 tune most popular and a joy to listen to. Great harmonies and a terrific melody keeps the song on the cutting edge till this day!

  • Making Every Minute Count

    2:33

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    Making Every Minute Count · Spanky & Our Gang

    Spanky's Greatest Hit(s)

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1967 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-01-01

    Producer: Jerry Ross
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Jimmy Wisner
    Producer: Spanky McFarlane
    Composer Lyricist: J. Morier

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  • GOOD OLD DAYS ★ The Little Rascals ★ OUR GANG

    5:05

    Remembering Our Gang: The Little Rascals. We Just Lost Two More Little Rascals: Jean Darling (September 4, 2015) & One Of My Personal Faves, Dickie Moore (September 7, 2015). Black & White Backgrounds = Silent Era. Sepia Tone Backgrounds = Talkie & MGM Eras.

  • The Little Rascals - Theme Song Our Gang Comedy

    59

    Our Gang, also known as The Little Rascals or Hal Roach's Rascals, was a series of American comedy short films about a group of poor neighborhood children and the adventures they had together. Created by comedy producer Hal Roach, Our Gang was produced at the Roach studio starting in 1922 as a silent short subject series. Roach changed distributors from Pathé to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) in 1927, went to sound in 1929 and continued production until 1938, when he sold the series to MGM. MGM in turn continued producing the comedies until 1944. A total of 220 shorts and one feature film, General Spanky, were eventually produced, featuring over forty-one child actors. In the mid-1950s, the 80 Roach-produced shorts with sound were syndicated for television under the title The Little Rascals, as MGM retained the rights to the Our Gang trademark.

  • Since Youve Gone

    4:38

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    Since You've Gone · Spanky & Our Gang

    Anything You Choose B/W Without Rhyme Or Reason

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1969 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-01-01

    Producer: Bob Dorough
    Producer: Stuart Scharf
    Composer Lyricist: Stuart Scharf

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  • Spanky And Our Gang National Stardom 1975 Changes folk rock

    2:53

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  • Our Gang Pathé Silent #27 - Its A Bear

    20:56

    This is from my collection of Our Gang Silent Films which are now all in the Public Domain and sadly, rarely seen anymore. I have added an opening card and closing credits to each film.

    Our Gang Silents-It's A Bear (1924)
    It's a Bear was directed by Robert F. McGowan.

    Thanks to TheLuckyCorner.com. for the following cast notes.
    THE KIDS:
    Joe Cobb as Joe
    Featured role. He's virtually the star of this film, getting the most attention. He practices with his gun, and tries to roll a cigarette, and also has trouble keeping his pants on.

    Mickey Daniels as Mickey
    Featured role. He's the farm boy that invites the gang to see some real wild animals.

    Allen Farina Hoskins
    Supporting role. He's a she in this film. He gets his usual moments of comedy relief, but these are reduced in favor of Joe for this film.

    Ernie Sunshine Sammy Morrison as Ernie
    Supporting role. Maltin & Bann indicate that the nickname was used, but it appears not to be the case. He practices with his bow and arrow, and is the one that lassos the bear.

    Mary Kornman as Mary
    Supporting role. She's present during the gang's visit to the farm, but doesn't get much screen time. Her biggest moment is early in the film when she's flirting with Mickey.

    Jackie Condon as Jackie
    Supporting role. He takes a back seat to most of the other kids, even though he's present through most of the film.

    Dick
    Supporting role. This gang member was actually played by a 19 year old midget. He's in virtually every shot with Jackie. I suspect that he's Dick Henchen, who's listed in the payroll summaries during the March retakes for this film, and for Jubilo, Jr. (no. 29). Previous to that period, he was presumably a day worker.


    Copyrighted June 30, 1924, by Pathé Exchange, Inc. Registration no. LU20347. Since the copyright was not renewed, this film is now in the public domain.

    Released July 27, 1924. It was the 28th film in the series to be released.

    Silent two-reeler.

  • Die kleinen Strolche - Titelsong ~ Our Gang

    39

    Eine Gruppe von rotzfrechen Nachbarskindern spielt Erwachsenen Streiche, gerät in haarsträubende Situationen, stellt die gefährlichsten Dinge an - und muss am Ende schlimmstenfalls mit einer Tracht Prügel rechnen, die das Abenteuer unbedingt wert war.

    Die kleinen Strolche (im Original Our Gang, oder auch bekannt als The Little Rascals oder Hal Roach's Rascals) war eine langjährige US-amerikanische Serie über die Abenteuer einer Kindergruppe aus ärmlichen Verhältnissen.

    Erfunden vom Komödien-Filmproduzenten Hal Roach, wurde die Serie ab 1927 von seinem Studio als eine Reihe von Kurz-Stummfilmen produziert. Seit 1929 wurden die Filme mit Ton produziert und bis 1938 bei Pathé oder Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) herausgegeben. MGM kaufte die Rechte an der Serie und führte sie bis 1944 weiter. Insgesamt wurden über 220 Kurzfilme mit mehr als 40 jugendlichen Darstellern hergestellt. Außerdem entstand 1936 der Spielfilm General Spanky. Im amerikanischen Fernsehen wurden die achtzig Tonfilme unter dem Titel The Little Rascals gesendet, weil der Titel Our Gang unter dem Copyright von MGM stand. Im deutschen Fernsehen liefen Die kleinen Strolche seit 1969, wobei hier auch die Stummfilme teilweise neu zusammengeschnitten gezeigt wurden.

    Our Gang, also known as The Little Rascals or Hal Roach's Rascals, was a series of American comedy short films about a group of poor neighborhood children and the adventures they had together. Created by comedy producer Hal Roach, the series is noted for showing children behaving in a relatively natural way, as Roach and original director Robert F. McGowan worked to film the unaffected, raw nuances apparent in regular children rather than have them imitate adult acting styles.

  • Yesterdays Rain for clarinet violin cello and piano

    3:11

    Spanky and Our Gang's Yesterday's Rain, written by Eustace (Lefty) Baker. Sean Osborn's arrangement for Violin, Clarinet, 'Cello, and piano

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  • Commercial

    1:38

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    Commercial · Spanky & Our Gang

    Spanky's Greatest Hit(s)

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1967 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-01-01

    Producer: Jerry Ross
    Producer: Spanky McFarlane
    Composer Lyricist: Michael Smith

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  • Our Gang Pathé Silent Films- No. 26-Commencement Day

    17:40

    Commencement Day is a 1924 short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 25th Our Gang short subject released.

    Cast

    Joe Cobb as Joe
    Jackie Condon as Jackie
    Mickey Daniels as Mickey
    Allen Hoskins as Farina
    Mary Kornman as Mary
    Ernest Morrison as Ernie
    Jannie Hoskins as Mango
    Dinah the Mule as Herself

    Additional cast

    Gabe Saienz as Snoozer, the bully
    Andy Samuel as Andy
    George B. French as School teacher
    Helen Gilmore as Joe's mother
    Gus Leonard as Parent with ear-horn
    Lyle Tayo as Mary's mother
    Dorothy Vernon as Mickey's mother
    Charley Young as Parent

  • Yesterdays Rain

    3:22

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    Yesterday's Rain · Spanky & Our Gang

    Spanky's Greatest Hit(s)

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1969 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-01-01

    Producer: Bob Dorough
    Producer: Stuart Scharf
    Composer Lyricist: L. Baker

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  • Lazy Day

    3:09

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    Lazy Day · Spanky & Our Gang

    Spanky & Our Gang

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1967 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1967-01-01

    Producer: Jerry Ross
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Jimmy Wisner
    Composer Lyricist: George Fischoff
    Composer Lyricist: Tony Powers

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  • Everybodys Talkin

    3:14

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    Everybody's Talkin' (Theme From Midnight Cowboy) · Spanky & Our Gang

    Spanky's Greatest Hit(s)

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1969 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-01-01

    Producer: Bob Dorough
    Producer: Stuart Scharf
    Composer Lyricist: Fred Neil

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  • Nowhere To Go

    51

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    Nowhere To Go · Spanky & Our Gang

    The Complete Mercury Recordings

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1969 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 2005-01-01

    Producer: Bob Dorough
    Producer: Stuart Scharf
    Composer Lyricist: Stuart Scharf

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  • Spanky & Our Gang - Like To Get To Know You - 45 RPM Original Mono Mix

    3:41

    Original Mercury Records #72795
    Debut 4/20/1968
    Peaked at #17 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart

    Thanks to my sister Lynn, who gave me this record.
    Purchased most likely at Two Guys discount department store in Middletown, NJ.

    This is the original mono mix as heard when this was a huge hit on AM Top 40 radio on stations like WABC New York.

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  • Spanky & Our Gang - Sunday Will Never Be The Same

    2:59

    Spanky & Our Gang was one of a number of 60's groups that combined the tight harmonies indicative of folk groups like Peter, Paul & Mary with a pop-rock sound.

    No copyright infringement intended. For educational purposes only.

  • Spanky and Our Gang

    2:16

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    Spanky and Our Gang · Margo Guryan

    Spanky and Our Gang

    ℗ 1968 Dartmoor Music

    Released on: 1968-09-20

    Composer, Writer: Margo Guryan

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  • Spanky & Our Gang - 5 Definitions of Love Vinyl

    2:21

    This is 5 Definitions of Love, from Spanky & Our Gang's 1967 self-titled debut album. This record is an original pressing from that year and is in well loved condition but still great to listen to. Equipment: Technics SL-1500 turntable, Audio-Technica AT440MLb phono cartridge, U-Turn Pluto phono preamp.

  • Our Gang

    8:40

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    Our Gang · Anthony Wilson

    Our Gang

    ℗ Groove Note Records. Groove Note Records Is Owned By Analogue Archive Pte Ltd Singapore

    Released on: 2001-06-01

    Composer: Anthony Wilson
    Arranger: Anthony Wilson
    Music Publisher: Goat Hill Music

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  • Distance

    2:40

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    Distance · Spanky & Our Gang

    Spanky & Our Gang

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1967 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1967-01-01

    Producer: Jerry Ross
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Joe Renzetti
    Composer Lyricist: Joe Renzetti
    Composer Lyricist: Ray Gilmore

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  • Ya Got Trouble In River City

    4:37

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    Ya Got Trouble In River City · Spanky & Our Gang

    Spanky & Our Gang

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1967 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1967-01-01

    Producer: Jerry Ross
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Joe Renzetti
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Joe Sidore
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Gene Radice
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Spanky McFarlane
    Associated Performer, Guitar, Vocals: Nigel Pickering
    Associated Performer, Guitar, Vocals, Trombone: Malcolm Hale
    Associated Performer, Bass, Vocals: Oz Bach
    Associated Performer, Drums: John Seiter
    Composer Lyricist: Michael Peter Smith

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  • spanky & our gang it aint necessarily bird avenue 1968

    2:51

  • Stardust. - Spanky and our Gang

    4:21

    STARDUST- Spanky and our Gang

  • Spanky And Our Gang My Bill 1967 psych folk rock

    2:29

  • Without Rhyme Or Reason

    2:32

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    Without Rhyme Or Reason · Spanky & Our Gang

    Anything You Choose B/W Without Rhyme Or Reason

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1969 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-01-01

    Producer: Bob Dorough
    Producer: Stuart Scharf
    Composer Lyricist: Frances Landesman
    Composer Lyricist: Bob Dorough

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  • And Shes Mine

    2:43

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    And She's Mine · Spanky & Our Gang

    Anything You Choose B/W Without Rhyme Or Reason

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1969 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-01-01

    Producer: Bob Dorough
    Producer: Stuart Scharf
    Composer Lyricist: Hodges

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  • Our Gang Pathé Silent film #29 - Jubilo, Jr.

    19:43

    This is from my collection of Our Gang Silent Films which are now all in the Public Domain and sadly, rarely seen anymore. I have added an opening card and closing credits to each film, plus a few of my own original compositions, created specifically for these films.

    Thanks to TheLuckyCorner.com. for the following cast notes.

    CAST:
    THE KIDS--
    Mickey Daniels as Jubilo as a boy
    Lead role. Maltin & Bann state that he plays Jubilo, Jr., but this is merely the film title, and not a character part. During the circus sequence, he appears as Maddymozelle Mary. He's basically the star of the film.

    Mary Kornman
    Supporting role. She appears off and on separate from the rest of the gang, particularly in the scene where she tries on the hat. Interesting, a photo reveals that she's dressed in Mickey's clothes during the circus scene, and can very briefly be seen wearing a cap and sending Mickey-in-a-dress off to the circus ring to do his act.

    Allen Farina Hoskins
    Supporting role. He gets into his usual bits of comic business, and gets to be the dog-training clown in the circus.

    Joe Cobb
    Supporting role. He mostly does ensemble acting, but gets a moment as Sampson Sandow, the strong man in the circus sequence.

    Jackie Condon
    Supporting role. He mostly does ensemble acting, but gets a moment as Pah Jong, the Japanese juggler.

    Andy Samuel
    Supporting role. He mostly does ensemble acting, but gets to do his Charlie Chaplin impersonation during the circus sequence. In the Paul Killiam print, he's identified as Johnny Downs.

    Dick
    Supporting role. This was his third and last appearance in the series, and like most of the other boys, he's basically part of the ensemble in this short. I suspect that he's Dick Henchen, who's listed in the payroll summaries as an actor in the Our Gang unit during this period.

    Ivadell Carter
    Bit part. She's the one who gets flour in her face.

    THE ADULTS:
    Will Rogers as Jubilo aka Mr. Rogers
    Featured role. Credited in one of the inter-titles. He appears frequently, but never in the same shots as the gang.

    Lyle Tayo as Jubilo's mom
    Supporting role. She's the reason Mickey is trying to raise three dollars.

    Noah Young as Emil, Jubilo's dad
    Supporting role. He's too stingy to buy his wife a birthday present, but he shuts up when the remorse gets to him.

    Leo Willis as one of the tramps
    Small part. This is the tramp sitting next to Rogers and talking with him.

    Charley Chase as Jubilo's director
    Bit part. We see him at the end of the film directing Will Rogers. Real name Charles Parrott.

    Richard Daniels as the grocer
    Bit part. Mickey almost makes some money off of him.

    Allen Cavan as the hat vendor
    Bit part. We see him briefly selling the hat to Mickey.

    Joy Winthrop as one of the people outside the church
    Bit part. Of the three gossipy women, she's the one on the left.

    Otto Himm as the movie photographer
    Bit part. We see him in the scene with Charley Chase.

    THE CREW:
    Produced by Hal Roach
    Probably credited in the film as a presenter.

    Directed by Robert F. McGowan
    This credit appears in the film, but without his middle initial.

    Photographed by Art Lloyd and Robert Doran
    Not listed by Maltin & Bann. This credit appears in Joseph McBride's Frank Capra - The Catastrophe Of Success. Oddly enough, no photographers are listed in the payroll summaries during the period in which this film was shot, but Lloyd and Doran are listed during the period in which the film was released. Hopefully, this wasn't the source for this credit.

    Titles by H. M. Walker
    This credit appears in the film.

    Story by Hal E. Roach and Frank Capra
    The film doesn't include this credit, and even Maltin & Bann list only Roach's name. Capra, however, submitted the story treatment.

    Animal trainer: Tony Campanaro
    He was Pal's trainer.

    Teacher: Fern Carter
    Released by Pathé Exchange, Inc.
    Passed by the National Board of Review
    Probably indicated in the film.

  • Yesterdays Rain

    3:31

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    Yesterday's Rain · Spanky & Our Gang

    Anything You Choose B/W Without Rhyme Or Reason

    ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1969 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-01-01

    Producer: Bob Dorough
    Producer: Stuart Scharf
    Composer Lyricist: L. Baker

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  • Spanky and Our Gang Memory Lane

    5:14

    A SPANKY AND OUR GANG tribute video all the way.
    A gift to the Gang from the drummer, an edit
    packed with memories of these Mercury recording artists, including major TV appearances, rare footage shot by the gang on the road, clips from the Gang's own movie, and plenty of the great music that made this vocal group so memorable. ENJOY !!

  • Spanky and Our Gang on Murray The Ks New York 1967 TV Special

    10:57

    Unaired outtakes from the 1967 TV special, they sang live to a recorded track of the music.

  • Makin Every Minute Count / Spanky & Our Gang

    2:37

    August 1967, Members : Spanky (Elaine) McFarlane, Nigel Pickering, Oz Bach, Malcom Hale, A Jerry Ross Production, Recorded At: Western Recorders, Hollywood, CA, Engineer: Joe Sidore, Olmstead Studios, New York, NY, Engineer: Gene Radice

  • Spanky & Our Gang - Like To Get To Know You Vinyl

    3:19

    Spanky & Our Gang - Like To Get To Know You [Vinyl]. Equipment: Technics SL-1500 turntable, Audio-Technica AT130ML phono cartridge, U-Turn Pluto phono preamp.

  • Rainy Days

    2:26

    Rare footage of Hal Roach's OUR GANG as they shoot Rainy Days (Nov-Dec 1927).

    Footage courtesy of Prelinger Archives - used with permission.

  • Spanky And Our Gang Standing Room Only 1975 Changes folk rock

    2:40

  • Spanky and our gang... Id Like to Get to Know You.flv

    2:29

    Spanky and our gang...Great to revisit them even if just for a few moments in time.

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