Turner Classic Movies presents:

Feudin', Fussin' and a-fightin' / Murder, He Says

DVD (UPC: 025192097881)
  • Comedy (Aspect: 0.0645949074074)
  • DVD-R Product: This Product is manufactured on demand.
Available Formats:
Fred MacMurray, Helen Walker, Marjorie Main, Jean Heather, Porter Hall, Peter Whitney, Donald O'Connor, Percy Kilbride, Penny Edwards, Joe Besser

Price: Price: $27.99

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Murder, He Says and Feudin', Fussin' and A-Fightin' make their DVD debut in this new double feature available exclusively from the TCM Vault Collection. MURDER, HE SAYS (1945) Mild-mannered Trotter Polling Company employee Pete Marshall (Fred MacMurray) is sent down the back roads and into the backwoods in search of a missing fellow employee. Featuring Marjorie Main (Ma and Pa Kettle) in an unforgettable over-the-top performance, this fast-paced farce is in the grand tradition of Arsenic and Old Lace (1944). FEUDIN', FUSSIN' AND A-FIGHTIN' (1948) Donald O'Connor headlines this musical comedy co-starring Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride (Ma and Pa Kettle). When hair tonic salesman Wilbur McMurty (O'Connor) getscaught up in a rivalry between two frontier towns, he finds himself coerced into being the front runner for Rimrock in their annual footrace against Big Bend.

  • UPC: 025192097881
  • Release Date: 1945, 1948
  • Content Provider: Turner Classic Movies
  • Runtime: 173:00
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Language: English
  • Format: DVD-NTSC
  • Screen: Full Frame
  • Aspect: 0.0645949074074
  • Rating: NR
  • Audio: DOLBY DIGITAL-English
  • Color/BW: BW
  • Special Features: N/A
  • Copyright: Under exclusive license from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. 10 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608. © 2011 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved. © 2010 TCM Vault Collection. All Rights Reserved.
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Disc Format: DVD-9

Cast and Crew

Fred MacMurray
Helen Walker
Marjorie Main
Jean Heather
Porter Hall
Peter Whitney
Donald O'Connor
Percy Kilbride
Penny Edwards
Joe Besser

Written by:
Lou Breslow
D.D. Beauchamp

Directed by:
George Marshall
George Sherman

Produced by: