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The clip Moving in to a new home from The Egg and I (1947)
All right, open 'em.
Where's the house?
That's it right there.
Needs a new coat of paint.
The agent told me there wasn't another house like it in the whole county.
Come on, I'll show it to you.
Isn't this the most beautiful setting for a house you ever saw?
Isn't it wonderful?
How do you like this view from the front porch?
Well, honey, this is it.
Over the threshold.
Darling, you'd better put me down.
It's stuck. I'll have to force it.
Are you all right?
Yeah, I'm all right.
Those hinges must have loosened up.
I'll fix that. Well, honey, what do you think?
Hasn't it got a lot of character? That stairway goes up to the attic.
This is the bedroom. This is the living room.
Nice size room, isn't it?
Good floors. Won't have to do a thing to 'em.
Just scrub 'em and polish 'em.
The clip Moving in to a new home Part 2 from The Egg and I (1947)
Here's the dining room.
They don't build houses like this nowadays.
This table isn't bad, is it? Solid oak.
Don't care much for that fixture though, do you?
Wait'll you see the kitchen. Isn't this something? An old-fashioned kitchen.
Haven't seen one like this since I was a kid. None of that streamlined stuff.
This is the kind of place where you can really get down to living.
No running water, no Frigidaire. Just plenty of elbow room.
Here's the back porch out here.
Go on, take a look. That's the chicken house over there.
Of course, we'll have to make it bigger.
Those woods back there belong to us too.
Isn't that some barn? That's the pigpen in front of it.
Compact little layout, isn't it? It needs a little sprucing up.
Some paint, some patches. We'll get started on that in the morning.
Come on, I'll show you the rest of the house.
You haven't seen anything yet. It keeps getting better and better. Here's the pantry.
These steps go to the cellar where we can store vegetables...
and all those canned goods you're going to put up.
Huh? Oh! Isn't that a beauty?
I bet you've never seen a stove like that in all your life.
The clip Moving in to a new home Part 3 from The Egg and I (1947)
Just aching for a big side of beef or a pot full of soup...
or couple of dozen loaves of bread.
Fresh bread. I can smell it already.
You're going to have a wonderful time with that stove.
You can get to the bedroom right through the kitchen here.
I don't think it likes me.
You and I, my friend, are not going to get along at all.
How do you like this bed?
Isn't it a wonderful old piece?
It needs a little propping up.
There, that ought to do it.
Kind of noisy, don't you think?
Isn't this the life, Betty?
I guess so.
Once you get used to it.
Right through the roof.
There, we'll be all right here.
I'll have to get up on that roof. Some of the shingles must have loosened up.