A community of Cajun fishermen living around a remote bayou includes one authentic beauty, Marie, who wants to better herself but must deal with the unwelcome attentions of storekeeper Ulysses. When she meets Martin Davis, visiting New York architect, they hit it off at once; but the sinister Ulysses is not inclined to suffer a Yankee rival. Written by
Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Somewhere, a 15-year old girl may be a teenager... in the Cajun country, she's a woman full-grown! ...and every Bayou man knows it!
Did You Know?
A newspaper ad for the film (re-titled "Poor White Trash") by the New Monroe Drive-In (Monroe, NC) in The Anson Record (Wadesboro, NC) stated: "Due to the abnormal subject matter of this motion picture, no children will be allowed with or without their parents! Special uniform police will supervise admission." [August 9, 1962] See more
Written by Edward I. Fessler
Sung behind credits by Dick Noel See more