Hoping to build their own amusement park, the Our Gang kids are disheartened to discover that their favorite vacant lot has been purchased for development. Fortunately, the developer, 60-year-old Henry Mills (Paul Weigel), is a big kid at heart. Over the protests of his hide-bound board of directors, Mr. Mills not only agrees to let the kids keep the lot, but also offers to help them build their park. Beyond the inherent pleasures in seeing the gang's elaborate homemade amusement devices, Boys Will Be Joys doesn't have much to recommend it; still, it's hard to dislike any film that opens with live-action titles showing a group of laughing youngsters. This silent, two-reel comedy was originally released on July 26, 1925.
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