Black SplatThe Little Rascals (1994)

"I do solemnly swear to be a he-man and hate women..."

The Little Rascals -  Spanky and Stymie lead the pledge

Description: Spanky (Travis Tedford) and Stymie (Kevin Jamal Woods) lead the rest of the male members of the Little Rascals gang in a pledge to affirm their dislike of girls ("No Girls Allowed!") in the motion picture The Little Rascals (1994).

"I do solemnly swear to be a he-man and hate women and not play with them or talk to them unless I have to. And especially: never fall in love, and if I do may I die slowly and painfully and suffer for hours - or until I scream bloody murder."

"We, the He-Man Woman-Haters Club, promise not to fall for this Valentine business, because girls are the bunk!"

The Little Rascals - He-Man Women Haters Clubhouse

  [Delivering Alfalfa's letter to Darla]
Buckwheat: Dear Darla, I hate your stinking guts. You make me vomit. You're scum between my toes! Love, Alfalfa.
The Rascals: [singing] We are he-man woman haters/ We feed girls to alligators/ Our clubhouse burned down mighty low/ But we've got a plan to make some dough!
Buckwheat: [singing, as he jogs with Porky to the race] We're goin' to the race, we're gonna win first place, and you have an ugly face!
Spanky: Howdy, Mister. Me and my buddies have to build a new clubhouse.
Stymie: We have to buy some lumber.
Lumber Clerk: What kind?
Stymie: Wood!

Note: The Little Rascals (1994) is based on the 1930s Hal Roach "Our Gang" film shorts. The Our Gang Comedies were repackaged as The Little Rascals in the 1950s when they were syndicated for television.

The Little Rascals -  Spanky, Alfalfa, Stymie and Darla - Our Gang Comedy

Their He-Man Women Haters club first appeared in Hearts Are Thumps (1937), and then again in Mail and Female (1937). The club returned in the 1982 animated series on the episode "Beauty Queen for a Day."

In the cartoon, Spanky and the gang, who live in the town of Greenpoint, refuse to allow Darla Hood into their treehouse. The treehouse initiation reads:

"Do you promise never to trade your bubble gum card with a girl? Never lend your best fishing worms to a girl? And never let a girl carry your books home from school?"

In 1934, The Three Stooges (Moe, Larry and Curly) appeared in a film short called "Woman Haters," in which they appeared as traveling salesman who join a Woman Haters club and swear to never romance another woman ever again.

The Little Rascals - Movie Poster

The Little Rascals - Our Gang Comedy Poster

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