Harper is brought to Louisiana bayou country to investigate an attempted blackmail scheme. He soon finds out that it involves an old flame of his and her hellion of a daughter. What is more, he finds himself caught in a power struggle between the matriarch of the family and a greedy oil baron, who wants her property. Poor Harper! Things are not as straight-forward as they initially appeared. Written by
Harper days are here again...
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Did You Know?
The picture was not the commercial success at the box-office that its precursor Harper
(1966) had been. See more
When Harper comes up the last time, from trying to turn the water off in the hydrotherapy room, his head bumps one of the ceiling panels and it clearly moves, meaning their attempts at breaking the panel were bogus. See more
You wanna live, don't you? To a ripe old age?
I'd hate to think that I was making those Social Security payments for nothing.
Performed by Tommy McLain
and his Mule Train Band See more