American actress Lea Thompson played Miss Roberts. Darla and her friends were often seen following her lead as their ballet teacher. She was someone for the girls to look up to and you could also say that she was their protector against the rascals.
Miss Roberts is easily remembered for a scene where she drove Butch and Woim out of her dance studio. There was also a scene where Alfalfa and Spanky tried to find their way inside disguised as girls, but their attempt was foiled by her. She taught them a lesson all right, just not the one they expected!
Raven-Symoné as Stymie's Girlfriend
Like Alfalfa, Stymie didn’t want to be stereotyped as a woman hater, although he was a friend to the boys who were. They were unforgettable in their roles because, in a way, they represented a certain class in society that dared to be different; not wanting to be agreeable just because it’s the general consensus.
Stymie fought for his love for Raven-Symoné’s character, against the will of the members of the He-Man Women Haters Club. Their relationship was among the cutest love teams back in the 90s, so innocent and true.
Raven-Symoné began her acting career at a very young age. She continued to flourish as an actress after "The Little Rascals" and her talent would diversify into a complementary career in music. She made appearances in TV shows such as "The Cosby Show" and "Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper" and in films like "Dr. Dolittle" and "College Road Trip."
Raven-Symoné is making her mark as a singer, too. Her hits include "New Dreams" and "That’s What Little Girls Are Made of." Don’t be surprised if she comes up with even better ones very soon. From 2017 to 2022 she reprised the role of Raven Baxter in "Raven's Home."
Leah Thompson's Career
Lea Thompson is best known for her timeless role as Lorraine Baines in the "Back to the Future" trilogy. "The Little Rascals" wasn’t the only children’s movie she was in. She also starred in "Howard the Duck", and "Dennis the Menace."
She may not have skyrocketed in terms of popularity, not really making it as an A-list celebrity, but she’s been pretty consistent. She also enjoyed TV appearances in shows like "A Will of Their Own", and "Caroline in the City."
George Wendt as the Lumberyard Clerk
George Wendt’s character popped up in the movie after Alfalfa tried to hide Darla inside the clubhouse closet. This was all brought about by the pranks perpetrated against them, but the situation got out of hand, and with the candle flame out of control, their home base was destined to be burned down.
The lumberyard clerk character was approached by Spanky and Stymie, who claimed to have sourced out some lumber for George Wendt’s character to use and rebuild the clubhouse. When asked what kind of lumber they had bought, the kids replied, “wood!”