From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
- Released in 1970 | Color
- Running Time: 84 Min.
- Distribution Co: Boxoffice International Pictures (BIP) (1970) (USA) (theatrical)|Marden Films (1972) (Canada) (theatrical)| Something Weird Video (SWV) (2002) (USA) (DVD) (special edition)
- Directed by Bethel Buckalew (as Buckalew)
- Written by Bethel Buckalew (as Buckalew)
- Starring Dixie Donovan (as Dixie Donavan),Johnny Rocco, Debbie Osborne, Wendy Winders, Gigi Perez, Bruce Kimball (as John Law), Joe Dunnigan, Tom A. Sipress, Clydde Stone, Maxine DeVille France, Bethel Buckalew (as Buckaroo), Jack Richesin
- Produced by Bethel Buckalew (as Buckalew), Harry H. Novak
- Music by Harold Hensley, Hal Southern
- Cinematography by Dwayne Avery (as Dwayne Raven))
- Film Editing by Michael Bennett (as Mike Bennett)
- He conquered the hills--piece by piece!| and each time it was harder-- and harder | When you talk about a big man this man was really big... man! | Y'all come now!
Moonshiner Uncle Mose (Johnny Rocco), full of ‘Mountain Dew’ eyes up his buxom ward Tootie (Dixie Donovan). Tootie’s cousins, Caroline and Lulu, relive erotic memories of travelling carny (Bukalew). Rejected by Mose’s wandering eye Aunt Liz (Debbie Osborne) throws herself at any man that comes her way, namely a moonshiner hunting Sheriff and a debt collecting Banker. Exhausted by their sexual adventures the three young cousins are interrupted from their slumber by a trio of good ‘ol boys who indulge their ‘Dew’ fuelled lust. Mose guides lost tourist Danielle, their language barrier overcome with moonshine and a roll in the hay. By the end of the day everyone returns home happy, you can’t blame a man for what he does with a belly full of that old ‘Mountain Dew’, and even if you could none of the women around here are complaining.