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90s nostalgia is in full swing, and today The Little Rascals celebrates it's 20th Anniversary with a fun photo shoot that brings all of the original cast members back together. Take a look as they recreate the original poster and some memorable scenes, all in character.
Included in these photos are Travis Tedford as Spanky, Bug Hall as Alfalfa, Brittany Ashton Holmes as Darla, Ross Bagley as Buckwheat, Sam Saletta as Butch, Juliette Brewer as Mary Ann, Kevin Jamal Woods as Stymie, Jordan Warkol as Froggy, Zachary Mabry as Porky, Courtland Mead as Uh-Huh, Blake Jeremy Collins as Woim, Blake McIver Ewing as Waldo, and Heather Karasek as Jane. There is even a video from the photo shoot which offers a behind-the-scenes look at this reunion.
The He-Man Woman Haters Club is together again!The cast of the 1994 kids flick "Little Rascals" recently reunited to celebrate the film's 20th anniversary -- and they did it with one epic reunion photo shoot. No longer children, the actors who played Alfalfa, Darla, Spanky, Buckwheat, Porky, Stymie, and even bad guys Waldo, Woim and Butch all took part in the reunion shoot, where they dressed up in their characters' costumes to recreate a few memorable scenes.The entire shoot was orchestrated by Brian Pocrass at 22 Vision, who tells toofab he chose the movie because "It's one of those films that everyone grows up with, they haven't been reunited and it's a fan favorite."For most of the stars, they hadn't seen each other since promoting the film back in 1994."20 years," Bug Hall (Alfalfa) tells toofab. "They sent us on a little press tour right after 'Rascals,' which was one of my favorite memories. »
- tooFab Staff
Not-so Little Rascals! Twenty years after Spanky, Alfalfa, and Buckwheat started the He-Man Woman Haters Club, the gang got back together for a reunion photo shoot. The beloved 1994 reboot of the shorts and TV series that originated with Our Gang in the ‘20s starred a series of then-child actors, none of which went on to A-list fame. But they got back together to recreate the iconic movie poster and several scenes from the film. 22 Vision, a production company dedicated to reuniting cast members from big movies, [...] »
Best. Photo. Ever. In honor of the 20th anniversary of Little Rascals, the film's stars, including Blake McIver (Waldo), Kevin Jamal Woods (Stymie), Travis Tedford (Spanky), Bug Hall (Alfalfa) Brittany Ashton Holmes (Darla), Courtland Mead (Uh Huh), Ross Bagley (Buckwheat), Sam Saletta (Butch) and Blake Jeremy Collins (Woim) recreated the poster for the iconic comedy...and the amazing results will send you into 90s overdrive. "It's #Rascals20th day! Hooray!" McIver captioned the pic, which is even complete with the gang's dog Petey. But in case you haven't had enough of your He-Man-Woman-Hating fix, the cast also recreated memorable moments from the »
These "Little Rascals" aren't so little anymore!On August 5, 1994, a new generation of children was introduced to the "Our Gang" crew -- as Alfalfa, Spanky, Buckwheat, Darla and the rest of the "He-Man Woman Haters Club" hit the big screen in an updated adaptation of the classic TV series.20 years later, the child actors that filled the film are full grown adults ... and hot ones at that!Click "Launch Gallery" above to see how much they've changed through the years and keep reading for our exclusive interview with Blake McIver, who played Waldo Aloysius Johnston III back in the day. "We made [Little Rascals] so quickly," Blake recalls. "Where we really became friends was after the movie had wrapped and then we did the press tours together, that was really fun. We got to travel, got to do all this cool stuff. And since we were kids, we would do things like »
- tooFab Staff
A review of tonight's "Mad Men" coming up just as soon as I'm interrogated by the Hooterville telephone operator... "Our fortunes are in other people's hands." -Bonnie We open "A Day's Work" on a scene representing anything but: Don Draper, his alarm clock set to buzz at 7:30 as if he still had an office to go to and responsibilities to fulfill, snoozing all the way until 12:34 in the afternoon, then idly watching TV, browsing through magazine ads, even marking his liquor bottle to keep track of his drinking. He's trying to keep up appearances even within the sad confines of that apartment, but he can't even stand being suited up as master of the universe Don Draper for more than a few minutes with Dawn before he has to undo his tie and start shedding the costume. The characters who still have active jobs do no better when »
- Alan Sepinwall
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