The Little Rascals is perhaps the most beloved comedy team of the 1930s. Consisting of all child actors, Producer Hal Roach created one of the most enduring series of comedy shorts loved not just by the adults who saw them theatrically but by children who later embraced the Rascals once their shorts were presented nationwide on television. This program focuses on the life and times of the Little Rascals, complete with a DVD presentation of a classic short subject comedy. If you ever wanted to know all you need to know about the Little Rascals, here’s your chance.
Keith Crocker owns and operates Cinefear Video, a source for rare and unavailable films on VHS and DVD which he started in 1990. He gives presentations on the movie genre at various libraries and public centers throughout Long Island and teaches adult education at a local college. Keith made a series of short 16mm films in the late 1980's and early 1990's. He is the co-creator of the DVD label WildEye Releasing.
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Registration suggested beginning Monday, September 23 at 10:00 a.m. by calling 466-8055, ext. 208/254, or register online.Main Library Community Room