Stella Johnson is a single mother living in the town of Harper Valley. Now most of the townspeople, particularly on the PTA board, think that she is a little too liberal and liberated for ...
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Stella Johnson is a single mother living in the town of Harper Valley. Now most of the townspeople, particularly on the PTA board, think that she is a little too liberal and liberated for them, so they are making things tough for her and her daughter. When the PTA board threaten to have her daughter expelled unless Stella changes her ways, she decides to get back at them by first exposing all their hidden secrets and then pulling all sorts of humiliating pranks on them. When she decides to run for the position of PTA President, they are really infuriated and try to stop her any way they can. Written by
At the Harper Valley P. T. A. meeting that Stella Johnson drove to and brought her daughter, Dee Johnson, along with her: Stella Johnson deeply embarrassed eight Harper Valley P. T. A. members, in order they are: First was Bobby Taylor. Second, Holly Taylor, (Bobby Taylor's wife). Third, Kirby Baker. Fourth, Willa Mae Johnson. Fifth, Harper Valley's mayor, Otis Harper, Junior. Sixth, Shirley Thompson. Seventh, Miss. Olive Glover. Eighth, extremely egotistical Harper Valley P. T. A. President, Mrs. Flora Simpson Reilly. See more »
The date, September 8th, 1968, was a Sunday, not a week-day, (for school, teachers and students). Dee Johnson mentioned the date, as she was postponing the election voting, from an immediate start, that Mrs. Flora Simpson Riley had planned on. See more »
Flora Simpson Reilly:
[during a Harper Valley P. T. A. meeting, immediately after Kirby Baker was framed and jailed]
It is time, to fight fire, with fire.
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Immediately, during the first five seconds, of chapter one, the HBO DVD has This is an "APRIL FOOL'S PRODUCTION phrase, just before Jeannie C. Riley's song begins and as the movie opening credits start beginning. See more »