Tired of doing chores, such as baby-sitting, at home, Spanky and Alfalfa, with Porky and Buckwheat tagging along, run away from home, arrive at Jenksville tired and hungry. Besides hunger pangs, they have encountered a pugnacious hound-dog, a swarm of bees, and a frisky pig. A kindhearted storekeeper, who is also the town constable, helps them get back home which, they have concluded,is not a bad place to get back to. Written by
Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
12 June 1937 (USA)
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(Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?
The date of release: Saturday, June 12th, 1937, was 42 years before Darla Hood
's very last complete day of life, Tuesday, June 12th, 1979. See more
When Buckwheat and Porky get the cake at the store, it's whole, but when they sit outside on the porch to eat it with Spanky and Alfalfa, the cake is suddenly cut into pieces for them. See more
[all four boys having a delightful feast of the food Buckwheat and Porky brought out of the store
Home was never like this.Aren't you glad we ran away?
And how.I betcha' our mothers are plenty sorry now.
[while purposely eavesdropping
Oh so that's what they're up to eh?
Better get the car pa,and take em' right home.
No.Do that and they'll run away again.It's my duty to teach them a darn good lesson first.C'mon ma.
There's No Place Like Home
Music by H.R. Bishop
Arranged by Marvin Hatley See more