Massive osteolytic bone loss in revision total knee arthroplasty has been an uncommon challenge. From 2001 to 2002, 11 knees in 10 patients underwent revision of failed modular PFC (Johnson and Johnson Orthopaedics, Raynham, Mass) total knee arthroplasties with distal femoral allografts and long-stemmed revision implants for massive osteolytic induced femoral bone loss. The mean follow-up was 42 months (range, 36-48 months). Radiographic graft incorporation was demonstrated in all 11 knees with no cases of loosening. The Knee Society Pain Scores improved by an average of 25.4 points, and the function scores improved by an average of 23.3 points. The outcomes of distal femoral allografts in the reconstruction of massive osteolytic bone loss associated with failed modular PFC (Johnson and Johnson Orthopaedics) total knee arthroplasties are favorable.