A comedy, set in rural Georgia in the Depression.
Adapted from Calder Willingham’s novel, Rambling Rose.
Hometown Honey is about a sensuous young woman who goes to work for a nice family and stirs up a “commotion” in the father and young son, thereby proving the adage: “Sex starts as hotcha and ends as a test of character.”
“This is very, very funny. Also very touching. Really a wonderful comedy,”
— Dan Crawford