When his father dies, poor Fella is left at the mercy of his snobbish stepmother and her two no-good sons, Maximilian and ...
Al Capp's satirical genius comes through loud and clear. Al Capp's insight into the political machinery is as relevant today as it was over 50 years ago.
The satire in this movie may be lost on Generation X'ers, but those of us who have lived through more than 3 national elections can appreciate it's relevance.
It crosses all political boundaries and indiscriminately pokes fun at both sides of the aisle.
Give this movie a chance, and look at it with the right frame of mind, and you're in for a real treat!
A comedy musical based on the comic strip characters created by Al Capp.
When residents of Dogpatch, USA are notified by the government that they must evacuate, they try to persuade the government that their town is worth saving.Meanwhile, Earthquake Mc Goon wants to marry Daisy Mae; Daisey Mae wants to marry Li'l Abner, and Li'l Abner just wants to go fishing.General When Bullmoose realizes that Abner's Mammy's Yokumberry Tonic might be able to save the town, he tries to trap Abner into marryings his ditzy secretary, Appassionata. As Sadie Hawkins Day approaches, Daisy Mae hopes to win the hand of Li'l Abner by catching him in the traditional race.A senator comes to visit to tell the residents of Dogpatch that their...See full summary » "Game of Thrones" star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and creators D. Weiss and David Benioff sat down with "IMDb LIVE After the Emmys" hosts Dave Karger and Jill Kargman to drop details about their epic night.