The Boys of Our Gang (2011) – By Jason S. Lockard

As a kid growing up I would love watching the adventures of Stymie, Farina, Buckwheat, Spanky and Alfalfa. Now with Legend Films release of this black and white classics entitled The Boys of Our Gang. We can all relive our childhood again and again. Let’s take a look at this collection.

Our Rating System:

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

Little Daddy (1931) – The gang tries to keep Stymie from being taken to the orphanage. ***

Birthday Blues (1932) – Wanting to buy a present for his mom, Dickie and the gang instead try their hands at baking a cake with prizes in it. ***

Honkey Donkey (1934) – A rich kid invites the gang and their mule to his fancy house. ***

Fishy Tales (1937) – Alfalfa accidentally incurs the wrath of local bully Butch. **

Pay As You Exit (1936) – The gang put on a production of Romeo and Juliet. ***

This DVD also includes a 1926 silent film Monkey Business. All together your getting almost 2 hours of family entertainment. How can you go wrong. So if you love The Little Rascals as much as I do, and you like them in the pure black and white version; this is a nice collection for you. I highly recommend you head over to or your local DVD provider and get your copy today.

Moral Rating: Nothing Offensive
Audience: Family
Genre: Comedy
Length: 102 Minutes
DVD Released: 2011
DVD Rating: A