Welcome to Errattic! We encourage you to customize the type of information you see here by clicking the Preferences link on the top of this page.
No Place To Go (1939)
Big daddy brute that spits sunshine in your face, suddenly awakens from his lavish slumber to rescue his dad whose stuck in a senior vet dump. The wife is uncomfortable but accepting. She can't warm up to having a child in the house. His contribution is well-intentioned but it doesn't conform to the modern world and he embarrasses the crap out of her. The staff keeps rotating because of his interference and idiosyncrasies. The constant gripes fatigue grandpa into finding his own niche amongst the prosperous by giving back to the poor. He befriends a child and adopts a dog. It pokes fun lightly, it sweetens gently and it hits you instantly. 28-Jun-2021