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Kissin' Cousins (1964) Poster

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Glenda Farrell, who plays Ma Tatum, and Tommy Farrell, who plays MSgt. William George Bailey, in real life are mother and son.
The song "Pappy, Won't You Please Come Home" has been credited on occasion to singer Dolores Edgin, but it seems that co-star Glenda Farrell did her own vocals as Ma Tatum.
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Elvis Presley supposedly loathed the "strawberry blond" wig he had to wear as the hillbilly cousin in this film, in part because it made him look as he had before deciding to dye his hair black in the mid-fifties.
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When Pappy is rescued from the tree, he tells everyone that a brown bear chased him up the tree. In the Smoky Mountians only black bears exist.
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Lance LeGault served as a double and stand-in for Presley's dual roles.
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When released on VHS in the 1990s, the musical sequence "Smoky Mountain Boy" was removed for unknown reasons. As of 2007, it has since been reinserted into the film.
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When Selena & Azalea get back from shopping in Knoxville with Josh, they are both wearing bikinis. But it was taboo to show a girl's bellybutton at the time, so Azalea's bottoms are made higher in the front & the bow on Selena's waist sticks up to cover hers. Both bottoms are also made thicker (like a diaper) so as to not have any revealing private parts. This is also the same with all of the Kittyhawk girls' bikinis as well.
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