Travis Tedford, Ross Bagley and Bug Hall played the central roles of Spanky, Buckwheat and Alfalfa in "The Little Rascals," which premiered in 1994. The film also featured several well-known actors, such as Mel Brooks and Daryl Hannah, as adult characters.
Zachary Mabry, Kevin Jamal Woods and Jordan Warkol played Porky, Stymie and Froggy in the film. Sam Saletta, Blake Jeremy Collins, Blake McIver Ewing, Juliette Brewer and Brittany Ashton Holmes portrayed Butch, Woim, Waldo, Mary Ann and Darla, respectively. Heather Karasek took on the role of Jane.
In addition to Mel Brooks and Daryl Hannah, who played Mr. Welling and Miss Crabtree, the cast of "The Little Rascals" had some very recognizable names. Whoopi Goldberg played Buckwheat's mother, Donald Trump played Waldo's father and Reba McEntire played A.J. Ferguson. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, known for playing Michelle Tanner on "Full House," played twins in the film. The cast also included George Wendt, Raven-Symoné and Lea Thompson.
"The Little Rascals" is the film version of "Our Gang," a series of short films by Hal Roach. The plot centers on a group of school-age boys who are members of the He-Man Woman Haters Club. When Alfalfa develops a crush on Darla, one of the girls in the neighborhood, the other boys are upset. They do their best to break up the relationship, causing Darla to set her sights on Waldo. In a subplot, local bullies steal the boys' go-kart right before the annual soap box derby.