Who could forget Alfalfa from "The Little Rascals?" With that precocious smile, killer style, and of course, that magnificent cowlick that defied gravity.
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"The Little Rascals," which hit theaters in 1994, dazzled audiences and was (in our opinion) just as great as the 1930s original television series "Our Gang."
The adorable Alfalfa, played by Brandon (Bug) Hall, is nearly unrecognizable today. His signature 'do is no longer, as he now rocks some seriously intense facial hair.
As for Hall's life "post Little Rascals," he has still been acting in minor roles, including cameos in "CSI," "Cold Case," "The O.C.," and many more.
As his Twitter bio so eloquently states, "Still a rascal... just bigger. Actor, Writer, Garage Philosopher, Gunslinger."
Here's photos of Hall pre-facial hair here:
Along with growing impressive facial hair, Hall has a real knack for inspirational tweets. Who knew this little rascal would grow into such a profound philosopher?
Take a trip down memory lane with some of our favorite "Little Rascals" photos:
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