The Blandings live in New York in a tiny apartment. They decide to move to the country and find that buying and building and living in their own home is easier said than done. Written by
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Did You Know?
The house "Blandings' Way" really exists on Indian Hill Road in New Milford, Connecticut. It's a beautiful huge white art deco/colonial house that has many of the actual rooms discussed in the movie - such as a room to cut flowers. Also less than a mile away on Long Mountain Road is executive producer of the movie and MGM head Dore Schary
's old country home. See more
About 46-47 minutes in, a drawing of the new house in the architect's office is shown. "Blandings" is incorrectly shown with an apostrophe between the "g" and the "s" See more
Mr. Zucca explained he has to use dynamite to blast to get rid of the rock.
That's no rock. That's a ledge.
What Mr. Blandings means is, what precisely is a ledge?
A ledge is like a big stone. Only it's bigger.
Like a boulder!
No, like a ledge.
Opening credits are shown on an architect's blueprints. See more
Featured in The Fifties
Home on the Range
Written by Brewster M. Higley
Sung by Cary Grant
and then Myrna Loy
as they shower See more