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The highlight of this undistinguished drive-in vehicle is the unchained ham-on-wheels performance by Les Tremayne as Snakey...an eccentric old codger who enjoys listening to marching band music, scaring the local bratty kids, and occasionally dispatching his pet snakes to rid his little town of it's more unsavory denizens.
Enjoyable enough lowbrow rerun of the WILLARD idea, with some uproariously bad dialog and the charmingly unextravagant production values key to this sideline realm of cinema.
Should you run across a copy of this obscurity, give it a whirl with the understanding that a "fun" movie doesn't necessarily need to be a "good" movie.
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