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Honey Britches
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Writer:
Barbara Morris Davison (screenplay)
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1972 (USA) See more »
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More Jiggles Than You'll Ever See on T.V.! See more »
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This is the story of four jewel thieves on the run who decide to hole up with a hillbilly couple until the search for them slackens off. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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The three minutes of John Carradine almost made this bearable. See more (13 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)
Ashley Brooks ... Reba Sue Craven (as Ashley Brooke)
George Ellis ... Harlan P. Craven
Trudy Moore ... Karen

Mike Coolik ... Kirk
Jim Peck ... Phillip
Pepper Thurston ... Susan
Valarie Lipsey ... Madame Jessabelle
R. Kenneth Wade ... Tobe
Frank Jones ... Brother Love
Alan Davis ... Moonshine Customer
Ben Ennis ... Moonshine Customer
Chris Christ ... Moonshine Customer
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John Carradine ... The Judge of Hell (uncredited)

Directed by
Donn Davison 
Fred Olen Ray (1986 recut version)
 
Writing credits
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Barbara Morris Davison  screenplay

Produced by
Margot Breier .... associate producer (credited on 1986 recut version) (as Margot Noel Breir)
Donn Davison .... producer
Fred Olen Ray .... producer (1986 recut version)
Lee Jones .... producer (uncredited)
 
Cinematography by
Avrum M. Fine (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Avrum M. Fine 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Margot Breier .... assistant director (as Margot Noel Breier)
 
Sound Department
John Pastore .... sound engineer
 
Special Effects by
Don Friedman .... special effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert Day .... gaffer
Ben Ennis .... gaffer
Avrum M. Fine .... camera operator
Steve Tanner .... grip
Lynn Wheeler .... still photographer
 
Other crew
Margot Breier .... continuity (as Margot Noel Breier)
Bill Bruning .... publicist
Trudy McCullough .... assistant to director
 
Thanks
Leo Barthle .... special thanks
Lucille Barthle .... special thanks
 
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Also Known As:
"Demented Death Farm Massacre... The Movie" - Canada (English title) (recut version), USA (recut version)
"Death Farm" - USA (recut version)
"Honey Pie" - USA (promotional title)
"Little Whorehouse on the Prairie" - USA (promotional title)
"The Hillbilly Hooker" - USA (racier version)
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85 min
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Producer Fred Olen Ray bought the limited release film Shantytown Honeymoon (1971), shot an introduction scene with John Carradine as The Judge of Hell (5 minutes), and sold it to Troma Films that re-titled it again to "Demented Death Farm Massacre... The Movie (1986).See more »

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8 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
The three minutes of John Carradine almost made this bearable., 26 July 2004
Author: reptilicus from Vancouver, Canada

Old drive-in movies never really die. Some of them just get new footage added and re-released and we are expected to think they are new! Way back in 1972 this movie first saw release as a soft core film about backwoods moonshiners against big city jewel thieves. I might be a forgotten film now if Fred Olen Ray had not grabbed it, spliced in 3 minutes, more or less, of John Carradine at random points (sort of like the way Edward D. Wood Jr inserted Bela Lugosi into GLEN OR GLENDA? back in 1952) and re-released it with a new title.

I actually tried to like this film, and if you approach it not expecting too much you might not be disappointed . . .well, not TOO disappointed anyway.

A moonshiner (George Ellis) deep in the North Carolina woods is too busy making and distributing his product and listening to a fire and brimstone preacher on the radio that he fails to even notice his lovely young wife (Trudy Moore). They have been married 4 whole days and he has yet to consummate the union. Well along come some crooks who have stolen over $1 million in diamonds. Their stolen Jeep breaks down near the farm so they take advantage of the offered hospitality. One of them, a young fellow named Rick (Mike Coolik) takes "advantage" to a new level when he sets eyes on the busty, barefoot country gal and he soon forgets all about his airhead girlfriend (Pepper Thurston) who came along with him.

Now fooling around with the moonshiners wife is one thing, after all he only married her because her pa owed him a lot o' money and couldn't pay off, but when these durn city slickers decide to lay low on his farm and take over his 'shine business that's jest a-going' too dang fir y'all!This is when the title massacre begins. Carnage includes hit and run,death by pitchfork (and I used to think only Andy Milligan did that!), bear trap, bludgeoning and gun.

Now about John Carradine, how does he fit into this? John introduces himself as "The Judge of Hell" though in most of his scenes he quotes from The Bible, something I would hardly expect a magistrate from The Other Place to do. He introduces the movie as one of the cases that came before him and outlines the sins each character commits. Watching him almost made this no-budget drive-in entry worth the time. I did say "almost"!

This movie has recently resurfaced on DVD. I found it in a bargain bin, look for it in one near you. Viddy well brothers and sisters, viddy well.

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