The loveable hillbillies are being swindled of their farmland by a group of investors who want the property for it's uranium deposits and bend the law
to commit their crime. Meanwhile the Kettles and their native american friends are forced to wear masks as a visiting, racist inlaw doesn't want the
"germ carrying savages" anywhere near her grandson. The woman from Boston orders the Indians back to their wig wam until they learn to behave less
rebellious. As for the Kettle family (of which 15 kids survived their formative years without a sea of masked faces) may lose their parental rights
when the safely of the child potentually at risk of catching the cold comes 1st. The mask-nazi (played by a German actress) brainwashes her daughter
into believing her own family is a threat over the germs they carry. There's even a gag at the end involving white slavery as icing on the cake. It
feels decades younger than it is given the subject matter is chillingly prophetic to the covid/flu plandemic. More spot on than 1984 at times and
loaded with the junk science we all get blasted with daily. It's a nifty find for retro audiences.
edit on 17-9-2021 by ConcernedCanadian
because: Say pretty please 1st and I might tell you
Bought the franchise on disc and am having such a blast will probably have to give the Francis the Talking Mule collection a peek. Meanwhile I got 8
Harry Potters on the shelf still in the plastic they came in. Love pretty much everything so spend a lot of free time sifting through vintage cinema.
And garbage. Love bad movies. Hammer, Toho, AIP, Universal monsters, vintage serials, it's all good.
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