Before he went to camp, before he went to jail, before he saved Christmas, before he was scared stupid, before he went to Africa and before he was in the army, Ernest P. Worrell hosted a ... See full summary »
This series follows the exploits of Wyatt Earp's descendants. His namesake works as roustabout at Slade Town Carnival. His eccentric family includes his slightly senile mother, Amanda who ... See full summary »
Johnny's sister is brutally attacked and murdered by a sadistic serial killer. At the trial, he is sentenced to be electrocuted, but a bleeding heart liberal has the sentence commuted to a ... See full summary »
In a post-critical thought dumbed down world, art and theatre is outlawed. Only the bravest most rebellious artists remain. With this comes the underworld art-scene, not unlike the alcohol ... See full summary »
Jim Varney as Ernest P. Worrell is one of the most memorable characters I remember from growing up in the 80s. Good stuff. I did not see this short film yet, but I will. Just picked up the Essential Ernest on sale for $5, at WalMart, and its got two films and a lot of the short film content like this one. Ernest and Jim Varney will be sorely missed. If you have never seen an Ernest film, check out Ernest Goes to Camp, which was an excellent comedy. His commercial shorts are hysterical too. The interaction between him and Vern is priceless. Vern is just the camera eye view, we never ever see him in any of his films. Some of his stuff can be rather silly, but its refreshing to see him tackle comedy like that, in a sincerely genuine way. He is like a clown, just not with all the creepy makeup.
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