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Rabbit Hash: Center of the Universe (2004)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Comedy | April 2005 (USA)
Documentary Feature that tells the incredible true story of a small American town that elected a DOG as their mayor.

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Clifford Pottorf ... Himself
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Louis Scott ... Himself
David Thies ... Bigfoot
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The quirky TRUE story of a small American town that actually elected a DOG as it's Mayor! Rabbit Hash - Center of the Universe answers the question: What kind of people in what kind of town in American would actually elect a four legged canine to run their city? And it turns out that the answers are hilariously all American. Written by Jude Gerard Prest

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A Wonderful Little Film About A Wonderful Little Town
22 December 2008 | by See all my reviews

Simply put, this is a wonderful little film about a wonderful little town.

Simultaneously confirming and upending every stereotype you hold about small town America, this film highlights the charming character and wit of the residents of tiny Rabbit Hash, Kentucky and surrounding communities.

If you're the type of city-dweller or Northerner who assumes small town Kentucky is populated by rubes and hillbillies, you'll be surprised to witness the intelligence, self-deprecation, and bright good humor of these folks. It is inappropriate to call them "backwards". They're very aware of the big city, and more than comfortable in the 21st century. They just happen to enjoy their life, and enjoy laughing at themselves- and others.

Before watching this film, you might ask yourself why anybody would want to live in a tiny Kentucky river town. After watching this film, you'll find it hard to believe anybody wouldn't want to live like these people.

A wonderful, wonderful film.


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