Babe Comes Home is a Babe Ruth short where he plays Babe Dugan, the home run whiz of the Los Angeles Angels (a minor-league team in 1927). Babe’s habit of chewing tobacco makes him the bane of the Snow White Laundry, which has to clean his juice-stained uniforms after every game. Laundress Vernie attends an Angels game to see for herself just how one man can be so messy. Babe hits a fly ball, which hits Vernie in the eye. From this bad start, a romance develops. 

Babe Comes Home (1927) Comedy, Sport | 1h | 22 May 1927 (USA) 6.7
Director: Ted WildeWriters: Gerald Beaumont, Louis StevensStars: Babe Ruth, Anna Q. Nilsson, Louise FazendaSummary: Babe Comes Home is a 1927 American silent sports comedy film produced and distributed through First National and directed by Ted Wilde. The film is a baseball-styled sports film centering on Babe Ruth and Anna Q. Nilsson. The film was released in the short-lived Vocafilm sound-on-film process, presumably a music and effects soundtrack but no dialogue.

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