Friday, November 29, 2019
Number 2421: Babe and the li’l adopted boy
In this robust comedy Babe and her parents, Mammy and Pappy Boone, adopt a transient who has no name, but takes the name Firetruck. That reminds me of an old joke I heard from a friend when I was an adolescent: "What is a word that begins with the letter "F" and ends with "K"? I said the well known four-letter word. “No,” my friend said, “it’s firetruck!” Is that corny old joke what Boody and Stanton were thinking about...or do I just have a dirty mind and ascribe things to them they did not intend?
There are also the frequent kissing scenes between Babe and her new “brother.” They are not related but the constant reiteration during smooching of “my sister” and “my brother” sounds like...well...you know.
The whole dirty story...or clean, depending on the purity of your mind as opposed to mine, is from Babe #2 (1948).
More kinkiness with Boody, Babe and the Eric Stanton influence. Just click on the thumbnail.