This was the 9th of the ten films starring the Kettles (if you include the wonderful film 'The Egg and I', which introduced the characters and gave Marjorie Main, who starred as Phoebe, or 'Ma', the matriarch of the family, her only Oscar nomination, for Best Supporting Actress). This was just after Percy Kilbride, who starred as the lazy but lovable Frank, or 'Pa', retired from acting, and he was replaced by Arthur Hunnicutt, as 'Uncle Sedge'. Though I prefer Percy's charm, Arthur doesn't do badly at all, as Ma and company go to help out on his farm in Arkansas. I found all ten films in the excellent and very reasonably-priced 'The Complete Ma and Pa Kettle Collection', on DVD. If you have the gumption for down-home country-comedy from that era, the films are short and sweet and have their own quiet charms.