The Kettles win an all-expense trip to New York City in a contest. Chaos ensues. Someone has to watch the children. They get a hand from Mike Munger (McGraw) who promises to do them the favor in exchange for delivering an “empty” suitcase to his “brother.” It's stuffed with ill-gotten gain gangsters are trying to recover. There's more conflict when Tom Kettle (Long) and his new bride, Kim (Randall), try to help.
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The second in the series of Ma and Pa Kettle films, based on characters from the 1947 film “The Egg and I,” The series was exceedingly popular and reportedly helped the studio pay for many of its “A” list productions.
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