As Sadie Hawkins Day approaches, Daisy Mae hopes to win the hand of Li'l Abner by catching him in the traditional race. A senator comes to visit to tell the residents of Dogpatch that their town is to be used as an atomic bomb testing ground, unless they can find *something* necessary about the town. Could Mammy Yokum's Yokumberry tonic (which Abner has taken every day since he was a baby) be the key? Written by
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Many of the actors and dancers from the 1956 Broadway version were cast in this film. See more
Studio lights can be seen in many scenes (especially in letterbox). See more
[talking about Appassionata von Climax
She works for me. She gets a salary, and she sort of lives in my house.
Li'l Abner Yokum
[to Appassionata von Climax
Really? Does that mean you gets bed and board, ma'm?
Appassionata Von Climax
Referenced in Sweet Home Alabama
Rag Offen the Bush
Music by Gene de Paul
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer
Performed by entire cast See more