The Best of Pete the Pooch (1930-34) – By Jason S. Lockard

Our Gang, The Little Rascals, whatever name you call them by it all comes down to one thing, funny! Legend Films have released many Our Gang’s adventures on DVD. Well, with this release they decided to focus on a less than known character Pete the pooch. Let’s take a look at what is included in this DVD release.

Our Rating System:

****=Don’t Miss it!
***=Worth a look.
**=An Ok way to spend an evening.
*=You haven’t missed anything.

The pooch (1932): The gang tries to save Petey from the dogcatcher. ****

For Pete’s sake (1934): The kids try to raise money for a doll, by selling Pete to a mean store owner. ****

Dogs is dogs (1931): Wheezer and Dorothy are forced to live with her evil stepmother. ***

Pups is pups (1930): The gang enter their animals in a local pet show with hilarious results. ***

This main program of this DVD releases includes the original black and white shorts, but also the new colorized versions as well! Than bonus features include two silent shorts; ‘Be honest’ and ‘Dogs of war’.

So if you love the antics of the gang of little rascals, this is one you have to have. Head over to or your local DVD provider and get your copy today.

Moral Rating: mild violence
Audience: families
Genre: comedy
Length: 108 minutes
DVD Released: 2009
DVD Rating: A