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Desc:In 1986, Jim Varney made his first feature film. It was not an Ernest project.
Category:Classic Movies, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:80s, Ernest, Jim Varney, horrible movie infinity
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Comment count is 8
BiggerJ - 2017-06-15
Double comma in the tags.
Old_Zircon - 2017-06-15
That's a new bug I guess, because it wasn't actually there in the tags as typed. I always have to edit and resave submissions before the tags are formatted right but this time I had to do it a second time for the double comma to go away. Weird.

blue vein steel - 2017-06-15
Wow, never heard of this, but 5 for Jim.
John Holmes Motherfucker - 2017-06-16
He wasn't bad as Jed Clampet, and the commercials, you know, it seems to me now that at least the ones I've seen were actually pretty wonderful. Most of them were for local markets, so he must cranked them out like a sunovabitch. I think I'll check you tube, see what I can find.
John Holmes Motherfucker - 2017-06-16
More regional than local, and "wonderful" might be overstating it.

BiggerJ - 2017-06-16
There were two VHS compilations and I'm about to submit them both.

Jeriko-1 - 2017-06-16
The science fair scene gets me

"Your project's next... Watch it..."
Rangoon - 2017-06-17
This may be a dupe, but at least it's not "Ernest Goes to Africa".
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