The Little Rascals first exploded onto the screen in 1955, and the band of ragtag kids that made up this group are still as famous today as they were back then. The original group of actors were between 4 and 9 years old, and the skits were filmed in short bursts so they could remember their lines for each film.
Most of the Little Rascals have remained out of the spotlight since their time on television ended, but there are a few that have stayed active in the industry to this day. Some have even branched out into other media, like writing, singing, or acting in movies.
One of the most famous Little Rascals is probably Alfalfa, the lovable rascal who was prone to playing practical jokes on his friends. Alfalfa was portrayed by Bug Hall, who had a pretty successful career as an actor and has continued to do so in recent years.
Froggy, on the other hand, was played by William Laughlin. Laughlin was born with strabismus, which is a condition where your eyes are unable to line up correctly. This gave him a very distinct appearance, and because of this, he was often teased by his peers.
After the end of The Little Rascals, Laughlin decided to retire from acting. He remained close to his family and spent his time at home in California. Sadly, in 1948, Laughlin was struck by a car and killed.