Ma and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm (1951)

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The Kettles leave their ultra-modern home and return to the country looking for uranium. Ma and Tom's mother-in-law, Mrs. Parker, fight over whether their grandchild will be raised "hygienically".



  • Percy Kilbride in Ma and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm (1951)
  • Percy Kilbride in Ma and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm (1951)
  • Percy Kilbride, Richard Long, and Marjorie Main in Ma and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm (1951)
  • On the set of “Ma & Pa Kettle Back on the Farm,” with director Ed Sedgwick and his young protégé, J.P. Sloane who plays the part of “Billy Kettle,” clowning around with “Television’s Hollywood Hostess” Anita Coleman. Anita and the boys are seen preparing for an upcoming appearance on Hollywood’s “Memory Lane” television show, where Sloane also appears regularly, promoting this soon to be released film.
  • (Far Left) Richard Long, "Tom Kettle." Center seated, Percy Kilbride "Pa Kettle" & J.P. Sloane "Billy Kettle." Standing behind Pa, Marjorie Main, "Ma Kettle"

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Release Date:

20 June 1951

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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