The Further Adventures of “Ma & Pa Kettle” [VHS] [VHS Tape] [1949] | New

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This is the first starring role for Ma & Pa Kettle, but not the first film they appeared in. The very first film Majorie Main and Percy Kilbride appeared in as “Ma & Pa Kettle”, along with Richard Long was “The Egg And I” (1947). They were only minor characters in the film, but made such an impact and was considered so down-home funny that it was decided they should be given a movie of their own. Thus “Ma & Pa Kettle” (1949) was made. In fact, they made eight more films to follow. The films are quite wholesome and with Ma & Pa Kettle living on the farm, I’m sure you will enjoy the country-life humor. Ma & Pa Kettle didn’t always stay on the farm. They did go to the fair and traveled to the city and even Hawaii. In this film, they finally get to move into a new model home. Wait until you see all the fancy stuff this house can do. I highly recommend you see “The Egg And I” (1947) first, to get the good flavor of the films and appreciate the humor. Enjoy!
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Features

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Actors: Marjorie Main, Percy Kilbride, Richard Long, Meg Randall, Patricia Alphin
  • Directors: Charles Lamont
  • Writers: Al Lewis, Betty MacDonald, Herbert H. Margolis, Lou Morheim
  • Producers: Aaron Rosenberg, Leonard Goldstein
  • Format: Black & White, Closed-captioned, HiFi Sound, NTSC
  • Rated: NR – Not Rated
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • VHS Release Date: January 29, 2002
  • Run Time: 76 minutes

Overview

This is the first starring role for Ma & Pa Kettle, but not the first film they appeared in. The very first film Majorie Main and Percy Kilbride appeared in as “Ma & Pa Kettle”, along with Richard Long was “The Egg And I” (1947). They were only minor characters in the film, but made such an impact and was considered so down-home funny that it was decided they should be given a movie of their own. Thus “Ma & Pa Kettle” (1949) was made. In fact, they made eight more films to follow. The films are quite wholesome and with Ma & Pa Kettle living on the farm, I’m sure you will enjoy the country-life humor. Ma & Pa Kettle didn’t always stay on the farm. They did go to the fair and traveled to the city and even Hawaii. In this film, they finally get to move into a new model home. Wait until you see all the fancy stuff this house can do. I highly recommend you see “The Egg And I” (1947) first, to get the good flavor of the films and appreciate the humor. Enjoy!

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Weight 6.08 oz
Dimensions 7.32 x 4.19 x 1.12 in
Condition

New

Brand

UPC

096898181037

Genre

Comedy

Actors

Marjorie Main, Percy Kilbride, Richard Long, Meg Randall, Patricia Alphin

Directors

Charles Lamont

Writers

Al Lewis, Betty MacDonald, Herbert H. Margolis, Lou Morheim

Producers

Aaron Rosenberg, Leonard Goldstein

Format

Black & White, Closed-captioned, HiFi Sound, NTSC

Rated

NR – Not Rated

Number of tapes

1

Studio

Universal Studios

VHS Release Date

January 29, 2002

Run Time

76 minutes

MPN

096898181037