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
John Vogel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Although this film was from the novel of the same name, much of the story is autobiographical. Eric Hodgins
and his wife built the actual house in the rural Litchfield County, Connecticut town of New Milford. Located in the bucolic Merryall section of town, the house recently sold for $1.2 million. See more
When Betsy cuts the classified ad from the paper, she says "It's just sixteen words" then proceeds to read "Forced to sell farm dwelling original beams barn apple orchard trout stream seclusion superb view will sacrifice". Seventeen words. See more
Look, here's how he sees our living room. Isn't it charming?
What's that? A shoe-shine stand?
It's a cobbler's bench, dear. The room's Colonial. Breakfront. Hooked rug. Student's lamp. Pie Cooler. And over here is a Martha Washington desk.
And where do I keep my powdered wig?
Opening credits are shown on an architect's blueprints. See more
Remade as Drömkåken
Home on the Range
Written by Brewster M. Higley
Sung by Cary Grant
and then Myrna Loy
as they shower See more