The Little Rascals' Christmas SpecialThe Little Rascals' Christmas Special (1979) Animated Cartoon Special
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- Animated TV SpecialCartoonTelevisionSpecialCartoon
- Traditional Animation
- Murakami-Wolf-Swenson, King World Productions, Muller-Rosen Productions
- Distributed by: King World, National Broadcasting Company
- Cartoon Characters: Spanky, Alfalfa, Darla, Stymie, Porky, Santa, Mom, Butcher, Angry Man, Sales Clerk, Sales Lady, Uncle Hominy, Delivery Man, Butch.
- Voice Actors: Philip Tanzini, Jim Gatherum.
- Directed By Charles Swenson, Fred Wolf.
- Produced By Robert A. King, Romeo Muller, Fred Wolf, Robert L. Rosen.
- Animated By Bob Bachman, Dave Brain, Fred Crippen, Lee Mishkin, Norton Virgien, Allen Wilzbach, Bill Wolf, Bob Zamboni, Phyllis Blumenfeld, Retta Davidson, Auguste Haboush, John Kafka; more Animators ...
- Written By Romeo Muller.
- Music: Greig McRitchie.
- Editor: Rich Harrison.
- Originally Released on December 03, 1979.
- Originally Aired on NBC-TV (USA).
- Running Time: 30 minutes.
The Little Rascals celebrate Christmas. While "Our Gang" attempts to raise enough money to buy a winter coat for Spanky's mom, Mom spends all of the money on a gift for the boys.
Cartoon Production Information:
Both Darla Hood Granson and Matthew Beard appeared in the original Our Gang series. This was Darla Hood's last role. She passed away almost six months before this cartoon is released. Matthew Beard passed away about a year after this... (more)
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