|Directed by||Robert F. McGowan|
|Produced by||Robert F. McGowan
|Written by||H. M. Walker|
|Music by||Leroy Shield
|Edited by||Richard C. Currier|
Farina and Stymie are orphans and staying in a small flat near a black community church. The authorities want to put Stymie into an orphanage. Farina is sad about this but attempts to have a goodbye for Stymie with help from the gang. As Farina gets the food set up, Stymie eats it quicker than the gang could arrive. As the gang arrives, a man from the orphanage arrives to take Stymie to the home. The gang then attacks him in order to stop him from taking Stymie away. Miss Crabtree, their teacher, arrives on the scene and presumably settles matters.
- Little Daddy was removed from the Little Rascals television package due to perceived racism toward African Americans.
- This was the last appearance of Bobby Young, who portrayed "Bonedust".
- Matthew Beard as Stymie
- Allen Hoskins as Farina
- Norman Chaney as Chubby
- Jackie Cooper as Jackie
- Dorothy DeBorba as Dorothy
- Bobby Hutchins as Wheezer
- Mary Ann Jackson as Mary Ann
- Shirley Jean Rickert as Shirley
- Douglas Greer as Douglas
- Donald Haines as Donald
- Bobby Young as Bonedust
- Pete the Pup as Himself
- Charley Chase as Chubby's singing voice
- Otto Fries as Orphan asylum agent
- June Marlowe as Miss Crabtree
- George Reed as The Parson
- The Etude Ethiopian Chorus as Church parishioners
- Kehr, Dave. "New York Times: Little Daddy". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-09-19.
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