Pa, a moonshining chicken farmer, is worried that his dim-witted son Junior is becoming way more attracted to their cow Sassy Sue than he should be, so he sets out to gather up all the ...
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Pa, a moonshining chicken farmer, is worried that his dim-witted son Junior is becoming way more attracted to their cow Sassy Sue than he should be, so he sets out to gather up all the nubile young farmgirls in the area and get them to show Junior what he's missing. Written by
The title refers to a cow that's the object of Pa Willard's (Patrick Wright) idiot hick son, Junior (John Tull).Pa spends his time between making moonshine (like any respectable hillbilly), bedding the local ladies, and attempting to get said ladies to seduce Junior to get his fixations off that damn cow. Decidedly not nearly as good or enjoyable as "the Pigkeeper's Daughter" was, this yawn-inducing low budget Hicksploitation flick, is helped a tad by having remarkable beautiful women (Rachel Wolf excluded) in various forms of undress, but they can only do so much with the lousy script and sub-par soft-core scenes (the bathtub scene being a rather notable exception, as it's the only hot one). For the most most unremarkable in any way, shape, or form, this film is highly forgettable if you plan on watching it at all. I'm even hesitant to recommend it to die hard Sharon Kelly fans.
Eye Candy: Sandy Carey, Tallie Cochrane, Karen Cooknell, & Sharon Kelly show all
My Grade: D
Something Weird's DVD extras (R1): Seven minute gallery of Harry Novak exploitation art & photos with radio-spot rarities; short film: "the Old Man's Bride"; Theatrical trailer; and trailers for "Country Cuzzins", "Country Hooker", "Midnite Plowboy", "Southern Comforts", "Tobacco Roody", & "the Pigkeeper's Daughter" (the last of which is also included in this double-feature DVD)
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