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Country Cuzzins (1970)

| Comedy | 1970 (USA)
The Peabodys are about to assemble every one from the clan, including that snobby, well-off urbanite, cousin Prudence. The true fun really begins when the merry family from the mountains will actually pay Pru a visit.


(as Bethel G. Buckalew)



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Complete credited cast:
Rene Bond ... Billie Jo Peabody
John Tull ... Leroy Peabody
Debbie Osborne ... Party Guest
Pamella Princess ... Jenny Peabody (as Pamela Princess)
Jack Richesin ... Fester Peabody (as Jack Richisen)
Ellen Stephens ... Cousin Prudence
Mark Buckalew ... Jeff Peabody
Steven Hodge ... Jeeter Peabody
Zena Foster ... Grandma Peabody
... Walter Wimpy (as Buck Flower)


Sadly, Grandma Peabody is about to breathe her last so after a brief meeting on the porch, the family's patriarch uncle Fester decides to have a grand reunion to assemble each and every one from the Peabody clan, including that snobby, well-off urbanite, cousin Prudence. Sooner or later, cousin Pru will learn first hand that everything looks better after a swig or two of the dynamic Peabody moonshine, a magic potion that will inevitably loosen her up enough to win the demanding chicken-chasing competition with a goat as a prize. As a result, cousin Prudence mellow from victory and the hooch, will wholeheartedly invite the family to come visit her in her mansion in Los Angeles, California, however, the true fun really begins when the merry family from the mountains, accepting Pru's invitation, will gather together and along with the piglet and the goat will unexpectedly pay a visit to their suburban relative. Some "look and touch" anyone? Written by Nick Riganas

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Grandma Peabody: Come in and sit a spell while Fester fetches some corn liquor.
Cousin Prudence: I'd prefer a martini.
Jobe: Uh well, what's it made out of? I coulda made some and not knowed the name... Well, I *could* have.
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A surprisingly entertaining film but with one caveat.
10 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

I'm sure many people who love gourmet food have heard of Emeril Legasse, the New York-based chef, restaurant owner, T.V. star, and Crest Toothpaste spokesman. You have probably watched his show and heard him humour his audience and Doc Gibbs. He also has urged us to call our cable providers and ask for "Smell-O-Vision". I am glad it doesn't exist as I certainly wouldn't want to smell any of the odors coming from the farm where most of this movie takes place. Actually, the next day I had the nasty smell of the pigs and goats in my mind for some reason.

This movie is supposed to be about the culture clash between a family of hillbillies and their sophisticated relative from L.A. who comes for a visit but what it is really about is an excuse to heap out loads of nudity and sex.

This, for 1970, is quite an explicit film; even today's softcore films aren't this drenched in skin. Just about everybody gets naked for some country loving. Surprisingly, the women (despite the 1970 look) are pretty sexy. Rene Bond, as Billie Jo, struts her stuff and comes out like the sex kitten she is. I had no complaints about the women and the men play their stereotypical roles to a T. Yes, it is an ugly, stereotypical film at times but also paints an image of sexual freedom away from the stuffy city most of us choose to live in.

This movie is shown on Drive-In Classics here in Canada if you can't find the DVD. BTW, the same farm was used a couple years later for "The Pigkeeper's Daughter" because I recognized the shed and pigpens. If you can accept the fact that this was what men and women looked in the nude in the 70's you will enjoy its short runtime. Just don't drink the 'shine.

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