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A Few Days in Weasel Creek (1981)



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Credited cast:
John Bellah ...
Robert Carnegie ...
Bob Riggins
Johnnie Collins III ...
Station Attendant
Aunt Cora
Jason Stayvey
Kevin Geer ...
Blendon Stokes
Karyn Harrison ...
La Verne
Elwin Potter
Amzie Strickland ...
Mrs. Stayvey
Locksley Claitor


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Release Date:

21 October 1981 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Auf der Suche nach dem kleinen Gl├╝ck  »

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1.33 : 1
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Laverne, get some clothes on.
31 July 2003 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

(possible spoilers below...)

Here's a rarity: a GOOD movie of the week. This very likable made-for-TV cash-in on the road movie / good ole boy sweepstakes benefits from a personable cast, solid writing, and surprisingly complex characterizations. To its credit, it veers from the comic to the sentimental, and earns both our laughter and tears.

Pre-stardom Mare Winningham is a joy as the bumpkin drifter's new girlfriend who gets involved in the seriocomic stopover at the one-horse town of Weasel Creek. Also helping out this enjoyably twangy yarn is the strong supporting roles for Colleen Dewhurst (as the crusty mom who is always telling her white-trash daughter: "Laverne, get some clothes on") and Richard Farnsworth in a shocking turn as a seemingly gentle old man who suddenly performs a murder-suicide with his rifle. (While writing this, I am reminded how this grim moment foreshadows the actor taking his own life three years ago.)

I haven't seen this in about 20 years-- a local station used to show this on the late show. Since seeing a late night movie nowadays is a rare experience in itself, let alone seeing an old TV-movie; I can't imagine when or if it will appear again, but it is definitely worth your time. It is the perfect surprise of a flick to be found on VHS or DVD at Walmart in the "Under $10" rack.

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