Elmer owns a gas station out in the California desert. Soon he has a business rival in Jim, who opens up another station, and is also trying to steal Elmer's girlfriend. She plays both ... See full summary »
Buster is the eldest son in a family of hillbillies who manage a hotel. When Ma announces that the bank is about to foreclose on the mortgage, Buster attempts to raise the necessary $350 by selling a trailer which was left behind by a former guest. Complications ensue when it is found that a pregnant cow has taken up residence in the trailer, but, eventually, Buster is able to relocate cow & calf, sell the trailer to a honeymooning couple, and save the hotel.Written by
I disagree with the other comments posted here. I saw Love Nest on Wheels many years ago and thought it was hilarious. I come from a poor working class family and don't usually like to see the likes of us being patronised. May be I need updating on its political correctness. Does anyone know where I can buy a DVD or VHS? I've been searching for ages. I think Buster Keaton has been much neglected and most people think of him as a silent movie star so when I saw this talkie I remembered it with great affection. The man was a genius. I'm just trying to get to 10 lines here as I need to see the film again before I can make further comments!
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