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This item is for the BONUS DISC ONLY which is included in the Centennial Collection. It is for those who previously purchased the individual 6 volumes on Blu-ray, but may not want to buy the Complete Centennial Collection.
09/02/22 UPDATE: Due to lack of supply of 7-disc Blu-ray cases, we will ship out an empty 6-disc Centennial case (with artwork) and a separate single disc Blu-ray case with it's own special "Bonus Disc" artwork.
It will only be available for a limited time.
Presentation of the only surviving foreign language shorts in which Our Gang performed:
Las Fantasmas (1930, When the Wind Blows performed in Spanish) - Note: Survives fully intact
Los Cazadores de Osos (1930, Bear Shooters performed in Spanish) - Note: Only reel 2 is presented here. Image survives for both reels, but only audio survives for reel 2
Temps d’Hiver (1930, A Tough Winter performed in French) - Note: Only reel 1 survives
Three newly restored Our Gang silent shorts:
The Big Show (1923)
Dogs of War! (1923)
Mary, Queen of Tots (1925)
Good Old Days - The Music of Our Gang featurette
Then and Now - A Special Tour of Our Gang Locations featurette
Our Gang Centennial at the Hollywood Museum - Highlights from the opening day gala kicking off the Museum’s exhibit celebrating 100 years of The Little Rascals. Appearances include Leonard Maltin, Richard W. Bann, Maria Roach (Hal’s daughter) and Sidney Kibrick (Woim), the last surviving main player of the Hal Roach era
Our Gang Reunion - Watch The Gang on "You Asked for It" television show from February 22nd, 1951 featuring Allen “Farina” Hoskins, Johnny Downs, Mickey Daniels, Joe Cobb and Jackie Condon. Also appearing is on-set teacher Fern Carter, cameraman Art Lloyd and director Bob McGowan
A Day in the Life of Spanky and Porky - Follow Spanky and Porky around in Boulder, Colorado the week of April 1st, 1985 as they take the stage, answer questions and sign autographs as guests at the annual “Trivia Bowl” event
The Little Rascals Jukebox - Listen to your favorite Our Gang tunes
Speed-O-Byke theater ad with Spanky
In-theater ad announcing in-person appearance by Mary Ann Jackson featuring previously unseen outtake footage
Excerpt of mid-1930s screen test for unknown film with Mary Ann Jackson directed by Norman Z. McLeod (no sound)
In-theater ad announcing in-person appearance by Norman “Chubby” Chaney
Spanky McFarland interviewed by Tommy Bond, Jr. at a plaque commemoration ceremony just outside the old location of Hal Roach Studios in Culver City, Ca.
Art Lloyd home movies featuring Spanky and Joe Cobb (no sound)
Commercial for MGM Our GangC
Audition reel (filmed in the mid-1950s) from short-term, but memorable Our Gang player Jackie Lynn Taylor
Length: 290 minutes
Misc: NTSC, Full Screen, Black & White
Language: English (Original Language), English (Subtitled)