Is Weezer from the Little Rascals still alive?
Bobby ‘Wheezer’ Hutchins (1925–1945) Robert E. Hutchins was born March 29th, 1925, in Tacoma, Washington. He was born to James Hutchins and Olga Hutchins (nee Roe). Robert was a very outgoing boy with a charming personality, because friends persuaded James and Olga to go to a Hollywood photographer and get his picture taken.
Our Gang/Little Rascals (1922-1944) 1 1. Peggy Cartwright. Actress | A Lady of Quality. Peggy Cartwright was born on November 14, 1912 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She was an 2 2. Jack Davis. 3 3. Weston Doty. 4 4. Winston Doty. 5 5. George Ward.
Wheezer appeared in 58 Our Gang films during his six years in the series. For much of his run, “Wheezer” was portrayed as the perennial tag-along little brother, put off by the older children but always eager to be part of the action.
By 1959, Scotty Beckett — who had played Spanky’s pal Scotty in early 1930s installments of the shorts and really did enjoy a successful post- Our Gang career for a time — had gone through two divorces and was arrested for alleged robbery, trying to bring narcotics into Mexico, carrying concealed weapons, drunk driving, jumping bail and much more.
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Jordan Warkol — Froggy His last on-screen appearance was an uncredited role in a 2003 episode of Touched by an Angel. The former child star tied the knot with his wife Sandra in October 2018 and currently works as a professional poker player having competed in the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.
Chaney became seriously ill from the stress on his body the rapid weight loss caused and died from myocarditis on May 29, 1936 at age 21, according to his death certificate. At the time of his death, Chaney weighed 110 lb (50 kg). He was the first of the regular Our Gang alumni to die.
Career. Wheezer appeared in 58 Our Gang films during his six years in the series. For much of his run, “Wheezer” was portrayed as the perennial tag-along little brother, put off by the older children but always eager to be part of the action. Hutchins’ first film in Our Gang was the 1927 short Baby Brother.
Death. On October 10, 1980, ten weeks after his July 31 appearance at the Hilton, Thomas died of a heart attack in his Los Angeles apartment at the age of 49. Thomas is buried at Inglewood Park Cemetery in Inglewood.
Carl Dean Switzer, the actor who as a child played Alfalfa in the Our Gang comedy film series, dies at age 31 in a fight, allegedly about money, in a Mission Hills, California, home.
20 years (1925–1945)
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