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In Barefoot County, hot mama Mary Ann Hogan runs successfully the family's burgeoning moonshine business much to Sheriff Bull Tatum's annoyance who has been trying for months to shut it down. Under those circumstances and without further delay, the police headquarters decide to send the handsome officer Jeff Wilson as an undercover agent down to Barefoot County to make an investigation. But before long, Jeff will meet mama Stella Holcomb's curvaceous and sensational daughters who don't plan to surrender easily.Written by
'Nuff said. An undercover cop from the state capital is sent to a small county where moonshine running is rampant. He ends up getting run off the road by some local hicks who have no idea he's an undercover cop (so they just drive away as blissfully dopey as ever). He is soon being taken care of by a woman and her three daughters who all wear low-cut tops and short shorts (gotta luv the '70s). He falls in love with one of the girls but in the meantime he still has to find out who's making all the moonshine and driving it to all the local bars and restaurants. He also has to contend with a fat sheriff and his incompetent deputy who think he's the moonshiner 'cause he's new in town.
Life in small town America, 70s style. YEE HAAAAAAAAAAA.
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