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- Featured in: Extra Weird
- Released in 1970
- Running Time: USA: 90 min | Australia: 81 min
- Production Co: Pure Gold Productions
- Distribution Co: Boxoffice International Pictures (BIP) (1970) (USA) (theatrical) | Filmways Australasian Distributors (Australia) (theatrical)
- Directed by Bethel Buckalew
- Starring Rene Bond, John Tull, Jack Richesin and Ellen Stephens
- Produced by Bethel Buckalew, Harry H. Novak
- Original Music by Harold Hensley, Hal Southern
- Cinematography by Roger Dobek
- The Peabodys are about to assemble every one from the clan, including that snobby, well-off urbanite, cousin Prudence. The true fun really begins when the merry family from the mountains will actually pay Pru a visit.
- The family that plays together - stays together!
- Heard the one about the traveling salesman who came to dinner, and had the farmer's daughters for dessert?
- So that's how they keep them UP on the farm!
A young woman living in L.A. goes back to her family's homestead way up in the mountains for a family reunion. At first put off by her relatives' hillbilly ways, she soon decides to let her hair down and join in the fun. Before she leaves she invites them all to stop by her place in Los Angeles if they're ever in the area. They soon are, and they do. (IMDB)