From The Grindhouse Cinema Database

Preacherman (1971, USA) is a Hixploitation-Comedy film directed by Albert T. Viola.

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Main Details

  • Released in 1971
  • Color
  • Running Time: 87 Min.
  • Production Co: Albert T. Viola Productions
  • Distribution Co: Variety Films (1971) (USA) (theatrical) | Frontier Amusements (1973) (Canada) (theatrical) | Troma (1982 theatrical re-release)
  • Directed by Albert T. Viola
  • Written by Harvey Flaxman, Albert T. Viola
  • Starring Albert T. Viola, Ilene Kristen, Adam Hesse
  • Produced by Robert N. Langworthy, Albert T. Viola
  • Original Music by Roland Pope, W. Henry Smith
  • Cinematography by Jim Collins
  • Film Editing by Thomas DeBona, William J. Sawyer

Plot Summary

  • Phony backwoods preacher Amos T. Huxley stays in a small North Carolina town long enough to fleece his congregation, swindle the profits from a moonshine still, and seduce dumb blonde Mary Lou. Mary Lou's ex-boyfriend becomes suspicious of the preacher and gets the local police to investigate his actions.


  • He'll steal your hearts, your women, your booze, and anything else you ain't got locked up or nailed down.
  • Lock Up Your Women...Hide Your Money and Booze...Preacherman is Coming to Town!
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