Sugar Creek Gang Series

Sugar Creek Gang Series
Dove "Family-Approved"
For All Ages

Synopsis

Exciting After School Adventure with the Gang. 5 DVDs, Great Values! Based on a series of books by Paul Hutchens, The Sugar Creek Gang movies chronicle the adventures of Bill Collins, Poetry, Circus, Dragonfly, Big Jim, Little Jim, and the rest of the residents of Sugar Creek.The DVD series consists of stories taken from the pages of the book series as well as all-new original adventures! The five part series consists of Swamp Robber, The Great Canoe Fish, Race Against Nightfall, Secret Hideout, and Teacher Trouble.

Dove Review

This wonderful DVD box set consists of five episodes of the Sugar Creek Gang series of movies.

“Swamp Robber” is the first one. The Sugar Creek Gang consists of kids who hung out together in the neighborhood, did things together, and helped each other in hard times. I loved this story. This adventure takes you on a little mystery tour to find out who really hid the disguise in the hollow tree and what happened to the man who lived in the cabin. The kids are a great group that stick together. They find out who the sheriff really has in jail for the robbery, and they find the real robber.

In the next one, “The Great Canoe Fish”, as the Sugar Creek Gang goes on another great adventure the gang takes you along on a fishing trip. While growing up I went on fishing trips with my grandfather and would hear the stories about the ‘big one’ that got away. And this is the gang’s goal—to find the Great Canoe Fish that they have heard stories about. You can’t miss the fun when you go on a canoe trip as the gang paddles down the river to the fishing spot where they have a few mishaps with the canoes. The things that happen to the gang on this trip make you laugh. You will enjoy this film and maybe it will bring back childhood memories when you sit down and watch it with your family.

Next up is “Race Against Nightfall”. The Sugar Creek Gang are all here again in this wonderful movie. Gather the whole family around to watch this great show. The gang are on another adventure to find out if someone is going to ruin the revival celebration. I grew up in a small community like Sugar Creek and we also had revivals, so I remember the fantastic get-togethers with family, friends and neighbors. This episode of “The Sugar Creek Gang” brings back those memories. So gather your family and enjoy this fantastic movie.

In “Secret Hideout” if you are ready to experience a great family mystery, you should go with the Sugar Creek Gang. The gang is always ready to find adventure. The children decide to give their other classmates a laugh by bringing a lamb to school, just as in the nursery rhyme “Mary had a little lamb.” The big adventure begins when they find something else in the woods. So come along with the gang to solve the mystery.

Finally, the last one is called “Teacher Trouble”. As always, the Sugar Creek Gang are fantastic to watch in another great adventure. This time they get blamed for things that they were not a part of. Even though all the evidence points to the gang, and Bill thinks he knows who really is pulling pranks, they are keeping quiet until they can prove who is behind the trouble.

The Sugar Creek Gang is so entertaining and enjoyable to watch that I always look forward to a new episode. They are a delightful group of children that hang out together and try to help each other and their neighbors. We award this wholesome DVD box set the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Sheriff chases a robber; kids fight in lake.
Drugs: A man has alcohol in his pocket; two men share alcohol.
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Reviewer: Donna Rolfe
Source: Video
Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Writer: Owen Smith, Joy Chapman
Director: Owen Smith, Joy Chapman
Producer: Owen Smith, Joy Chapman
Genre: None
Runtime: 350 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Levi Bonilla, Kody Brown, Samuel Hodge, Lexi Johnson, Jay St. Onge, Jacob Marion Velcoff, Luke Garmon, Josh Garmon, Drew Dyer, Emily Jordan, Jeff Rose, Parks Stamper