"The Egg and I": Screen legends Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray star as newlyweds whose love is put to the test on their wedding day in the classic comedy "The Egg and I." Just after she has said "I do," Betty (Colbert) learns that her new husband, Bob (MacMurray), has left his white-collar job with plans to raise chickens on a rustic farm located miles away from civilization. Betty tries to make the best of her situation in their ramshackle house but never-ending repairs, a malevolent wood-burning stove, rain, ornery livestock and a seductive neighbor (Louise Allbritton) do not make it easy! There is never a dull moment in this heart-warming comedy that also introduced the beloved characters of Ma and Pa Kettle (Marjorie Main and Percy Killbride). "Ma and Pa Kettle": Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride return to the screen as "Ma and Pa Kettle", the characters we met in "The Egg and I." Ma still can't remember the names of their 15 children, and Pa still avoids doing anything he can put off. In this hilarious adventure, their house, a building so rickety it's about to be condemned, is replaced by an ultra-modern prefab that Pa wins by dreaming up a slogan for a tobacco company. Poor Pa. All he wanted was a new tobacco pouch, not a life complicated by push buttons. Now, if he isn't shutting himself up in a wall bed, he's suffocating in a clothes dryer or jumping on or off a chair to turn on the radio. Ma, on the other hand, abandons her former theory of housekeeping - "Things might as well be one place as another" - and thrives on the newfangled contraptions. When jealous neighbors accuse Pa of plagiarizing his winning slogan, and the sheriff shows up to evict them, Ma stands her ground with a shotgun and some good old fashioned spunk. In the first of a series of comedies created especially for them, the gags are many, and the Kettles have a field day, leaving audiences hungry for more.
• Special Features: Presented in Black and White, Theatrical Trailer
• Subtitles: English SDH