Yes, that movie has special meaning for me. As some of you know I 'imigrated' to California with my folks and brother in 1952. I was 14. We picked up Route 66 in Illinois and 'road' it all the way to Los Angeles towing a 26' Pan American trailer with our '48 Nash Ambassador. After a short stay in LA we headed to the SF Bay Area via HWY 1. Rte 66 and HWY 1 are filled with 'memories' (glad that I wasn't old enough to drive!). Anyway The Long Long Trailer movie came out a couple of years later. Dad and Mom herded my brother and I into the car (yes the old Nash was still running) and we all went to the movie theater as soon as the movie came to town. Although the 'adventures' of Lucy and Ricky did not mirror our adventure perfectly mom discovered that she could finally laugh at our sometimes scary journey. Yes, I do have a copy of the movie. When our son and daughter are in for visits I have shown it........but I don't think they share my excitement.
OBTW; I guess we are today's "Lucy and Ricky' with our convertible and trailer rig as per some friendly comments.