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The best comedy movie ever made!
This is one of my favorite "go to" movies for a rainy Sunday afternoon. Grab a blanket and a dog and a pot of tea for some light-hearted and innocent vintage style fun.
The Birth of he Kettle Clan, courtesy of Fred & Claudette. This may also have indirectly spawned several TV series like Petticoat Junction, Green Acres, and The Beverly Hillbillies.
My all time favorite Movie, I watch this movie several times per year. A true classical family movie. They don't make them like this anymore, I would vote 10 stars for this movie if I could.
Hilarious. One of the best films with the Colbert-MacMurray pairing.
Dreadfully amusing, and rather light, which works in its favor, but is still only OK.
Introduces the Ma and Pa Kettle characters
Great old movie!! It's the basis for the tv show "green acres". And it's the first appearance of "Ma and Pa kettle!!!!
Claudette Colbert and Fred McMurray are great!
A cute heartwarming tale of city slickers who travel to the country and take over a run down Egg Farm.
Although corny & sentimental it's a fun film that actually launched Ma & Pa Kettel who went on to make another 9 films very few which are good.
Filled with many cliches & static dialogue it still seems to be watchable & enjoyable.
Interesting to see all the devices & home interiors of the yesteryears, it's a family film with a bit of heart. Well worth a see...