WriterMarcy Klauber, Joseph Carole Release date31 October 1944 ScreenplayJoseph Carole, Marcy Klauber CastSlim Summerville, El Brendel, Iris Adrian, Bruce Bennett, Al St. John, Arthur Q. Bryan Similar moviesTremors 3: Back to Perfection, Tremors, Tremors 4: The Legend Begins, Tremors II: Aftershocks, The Last Stand, Chicken Little
TaglineA HILLARIOUS COMEDY! (original poster)
I'm from Arkansas is a 1944 American film directed by Lew Landers.
The town of Pitchfork, Arkansas makes national headlines when Esmeralda the sow gives birth to 18 piglets. Among the visitors to Pitchfork are a troupe of showgirls hoping to entertain the visitors and a folk music group returning to their home after their touring is through. In addition to the artists a meat packing company sends two men to investigate what made Esmeralda give birth to so many piglets and to bring the secret back to increase meat production.
Slim Summerville as Juniper Jenkins aka Pa
El Brendel as Oly
Iris Adrian as Doris
Bruce Bennett as Bob Hamline
Maude Eburne as Matilda Alden Jenkins aka Ma
Cliff Nazarro as Willie Childs
Al St. John as Farmer
Carolina Cotton as Abigail 'Abby' Alden
Danny Jackson as Efus Jenkins
Paul Newlan as Farmer
Harry Harvey as Stowe Packing Company Representative
Arthur Q. Bryan as Commissioner of Agriculture
John Hamilton as Harry Cashin, Vice President of Slowe Packing Company
Douglas Wood as Governor of Arkansas
Walter Baldwin as Packing Company Attorney
Flo Bert as Showgirl
The Pied Pipers as Quartet
The Sunshine Girls (including Mary Ford) as Girl Trio
Jimmy Wakely as Jimmy Wakely
The Pied Pipers - "You're the Hit of the Season"
Jimmy Wakely and The Sunshine Girls - "You Are My Sunshine" (Written by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell)
Jimmy Wakely - "Don't Turn Me Down Little Darlin'"
Jimmy Wakely and The Sunshine Girls - "Whistlin' (Walkin') Down the Lane With You" (Written by Jimmy Wakely and Oliver Drake)
Carolina Cotton - "I Love to Yodel" (Written by Carolina Cotton), "Yodel Mountain"
The Pied Pipers - "Stay Away from My Heart" (Written by Jimmy Wakely)
The Milo Twins - "Pass the Biscuits, Mirandy"
The Pied Pipers - "If you Can't Go Right, Don't Go Wrong"