'Little Rascals' star who played Alfalfa gets married in dreamy ceremony

It looks like "Little Rascals" leader, Alfalfa, has officially left the "He-Man Woman Haters" club!

Bug Hall, who played Alfalfa in the hit 1994 film married his girlfriend, Jill Marie DeGroff over the weekend in Encino, California, in a stunning church ceremony.

He posted photos of their dreamy day on Valentine's Day and captioned the photo, "I will."

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I will.

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The groom looked very dapper in a black tuxedo and a large blue tie. His bride looked stunning in a lace dress with an A-line skirt and a bow detail on the back. She wore a long veil with white lace trim.

It looks like Hall still keeps in touch with his former co-stars too, because Zac Mabry, who famously played the single-haired kiddo's right-hand pal, Porky, was in attendance and posted several photos of the happy couple. He captioned the pictures, "Congratulations to @Bug_Hall and @jilldegroff! Thanks for letting me be a part of your beautiful wedding!"

Talk about keeping in touch with old friends.

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Bug Hall rowing a boat while looking at Brittany Ashton Holmes in a scene from the film 'The Little Rascals', 1994. (Photo by Universal Pictures/Getty Images)
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Travis Tedford and Kevin Jamal Woods yelling in a scene from the film 'The Little Rascals', 1994. (Photo by Universal Pictures/Getty Images)
The Little Rascals wearing firemen suits and fetching water in a scene from the film 'The Little Rascals', 1994. (Photo by Universal Pictures/Getty Images)
Circa 1940, Promotional portrait for the film series, 'Our Gang' (also known as 'Little Rascals'). Standing, left to right: Billy Laughlin (1932 - 1948), Robert Blake, George McFarland (1928 - 1993) and Billie Thomas (1931 - 1980). Darla Hood sits in the middle of th (Photo by Getty Images/Getty Images)
American child actor Billie 'Buckwheat' Thomas (1931 - 1980) in a promotional portrait for the Hal Roach 'Our Gang' (aka 'The Little Rascals') comedy film series, circa, 1938. (Photo by Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images)
Fatty Arbuckle and African American child stand beside a Negro girl riding in a soapbox on a poster that advertises the Pathecomedy movie 'Our Gang - Baby Brother - Little Rascals,' 1923. (Photo by Buyenlarge/Getty Images)
Movie poster advertises 'The Champeen,' part of the Little Rascals series, 1923. (Photo by John D. Kisch/Separate Cinema Archive/Getty Images)

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