The Little Rascals Save the Day

Synopsis: The Little Rascals are back in an all-new movie! Join the fun with Spanky, Alfalfa, Darla, Buckwheat, Petey the dog and the whole gang as they are up to their usual mischief! The Rascals try anything to raise the money needed to save their grandma's (Doris Roberts) bakery. The only trouble is - they can't seem to do anything right! From botched pet washes to terrible taxi service, they just can't raise a penny. Their only hope is to win prize money from the local talent show - but have you ever heard Alfalfa sing?
Genre: Comedy, Family
Director(s): Alex Zamm
Production: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  1 nomination.
98 min


Beautiful dreamer

Wake unto me

Starlight and dew drops

Are waiting for thee

Sounds of the rude world

Heard in the day

Lulled by the moonlight

Have all passed away

Beautiful dreamer

Queen of my song

List while I woo thee

With soft melody

Gone are the cares of...

Alfalfa? Are you okay?

Yeah, thanks, Darla.

Well, thank you for that lovely performance

for Share Day.

But I'm not finished yet.

Yeah, you are.

Allow me to show you

how it's really done.

All right, Waldo,

but this will be the last song today.

Afterwards, we need to

get back to work.



she's all you'd ever want

She's the kind

they'd like to flaunt

And take to dinner

But she

always knows her place

She's got style,

she's got grace

She's a winner

She's a lady

Whoa, whoa, whoa

She's a lady

Talkin' about

that little lady

And the lady is mine

Well, she's never in the way

Always something nice to say

What a blessing

Well, to leave her on her own

Knowing she's okay alone

And there's no messing

Psst, psst.

Huh? What? Hurry, it's the signal.

Come on.

She's a lady

Whoa, whoa, whoa

She's a lady

Talkin' about

that little lady

And the...

Thank you so much, Waldo.


Please, take a seat, that was...

Wait, but I'm...

Nope, take a seat.

Thank you very much.

That was...


That was very unique.

Hold your horses, I'm coming.

Oh. Hello.

And what can I

do for you two?

Stymie has to come home.

Our daddy broke two of his legs.

Two of his legs? Oh, my.

Mary Ann has to come, too.

Her mama's havin' a baby.

A baby? Since when?

Since this morning.

She found out about it

and now she's having it.

And my mama says

Spanky and Alfalfa have to come home right away.

Right away? Why?

It's important business.


What's the important business?

Beats me. That's what

Spanky told me to say.

Right, Spank?

Spanky, Alfalfa, Stymie,

Mary Ann, get up here right away.

They're in trouble.


important has come up

and you all need to

go home right away.

Well, Miss Crabtree,

it's been a real great year.

Yeah, have a good summer,

Miss Crabtree.

See ya next year.

Don't take

any wooden nickels.


Beep, beep.

Miss Crabtree,

I've got your ice cream cake.

Oh, yes, bring it right in.

All right, boys and girls,

I have a little surprise.

We're not gonna do

any more work today.

Instead, we're gonna have

an end-of-the-year party

with a great big

ice cream cake.

You know, Miss Crabtree,

I think our folks can wait a little while.

Yeah! My mom's had babies before.

I'm sure she knows what to do.

My daddy isn't

goin' anywhere. He can't.

His legs are broke.

Oh, no, no, no, no, no.

You can't keep your families waiting

just for a party.

Now run along now

and I will see you next fall.

No, please.

Run along. See you next fall.

She had them before.


You kids don't know

what you're missing.

Who wants cake?


Oh, man.

Did you see that cake?

Not just a cake,

an ice cream cake.

Yeah, ice cream and cake.

The two best things in the world

all mixed together.

Too many calories, men.

And you all could stand to lose

a few pounds anyway.


Man, that cake was good.

You said it, pal.

No time to dwell

on the past, men.

Summer vacation

has officially begun.

No school, no homework,

no getting up early.

We're free.

Come on, time's a-wastin'.

All right!



Hiya, Pops!

Hi there. Hi.



- Kids! Watch where you're going.

- Sorry.

Sorry, Officer Kennedy.

Wait a minute.

Aren't you kids

supposed to be in school?

We got time off

for good behavior.

That would be a first.

So who are the flowers for?

Miss Crabtree?


They were.

When are you

finally gonna work up

the nerve to ask

her to marry you?

I will, I will.

When school's out and the time's right,

I'll be ready.

I got the ring.

Finally paid it off.


Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah!

Look, don't touch.

You understand?

Isn't there supposed

to be a diamond on it?

Oh, there it is.

It looks real nice when you can see it.

- Well, good luck, Officer Kennedy.

- Thank you.

Try not to blow it.

Come on, guys.

To the bakery!

Hiya, Grandma.

Oh, hi, kids. Oh, hi!

Hi, Grandma.

Oh, boy.

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Oh, so, isn't there still

one more day left at school?

They never do anything important

on the last day.

Except eat ice cream cake.

Okay. I don't suppose I could interest you

in cinnamon muffins.


- Here we go.

- Me, Grandma!

I caught it!

Thanks, Grandma.

You are the best.


Thanks, Grandma!

I didn't forget you.

Come on, gang.

To the tree house!

See you later,


After you, Petey.


sweet home.



do your stuff.

Whoa! No! No, no, no!


Are they gone,

Miss Crabtree?

Oh, they are indeed,

Officer Kennedy.

And now that they are,

I think that we can call each other

by our first names,


Of course, June.

What are those?

Oh. Uh...

They were flowers,

till your kids got a hold of them.

Thank you.

It's the thought that counts.


I was thinking, maybe you and I could have lunch

at this very special place

that I happen to know of?

A date with my man.

Why, I'd love to.


Me, me, me, me, me, me, me.

Me, me, me, me, me.


Ready, gang?



Ready, indeed.

Hi, ladies and gentlemen.


we're going to perform an oldie, but a goodie

called I Got You, Babe.

My name is Spanky

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