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L'il Abner
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L'il Abner 1961


A comedy musical based on an earlier stage musical, which was in turn 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 McGoon wants to marry Daisy Mae; Daisy Mae wants to marry Li'l Abner, and Li'l Abner just wants to go fishing, until it is learned that Abner's Mammy's Yokumberry Tonic might be enough to save the town. Abner offers the tonic to Washington, but General Bullmoose wants it too, so Bullmoose tries to trap Abner into marrying his attractive but ditzy executive secretary, Appassionata. Meanwhile, Daisy Mae pledges herself to Earthquake in marriage in exchange for rescuing Abner from Bullmoose. Will Abner and Daisy Mae ever finally get together?

Release Date:October 6th, 1961
MPAA Rating:NR
Running Time:114 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsMelvin Frank
Written By:
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No image existsNorman Panama
No image existsAl Capp
Starring:
No image existsLeslie Parrish
No image existsStubby Kaye
No image existsHoward St. John
No image existsJulie Newmar
No image existsStella Stevens
No image existsBillie Hayes
No image existsBern Hoffman
No image existsRobert Strauss
No image existsWilliam Lanteau
No image existsAlan Carney
No image existsChester Conklin
No image existsNick Dimitri
No image existsDonna Douglas
No image existsPaul Frees
No image existsArt Gilmore
No image existsValerie Harper
No image existsBrad Harris
No image existsHope Holiday
No image existsKenner G. Kemp
No image existsJerry Lewis
No image existsGordon Mitchell
No image existsPeter Palmer
No image existsJoe E. Marks
No image existsTed Thurston
No image existsCarmen Álvarez
No image existsStanley Simmonds
No image existsDiki Lerner
No image existsKen Ackles
No image existsBabette Bain
No image existsRobert Banas
No image existsLesley-Marie Colburn
No image existsBonnie Evans
No image existsMarianne Gaba
No image existsMaureen Hopkins
No image existsBeth Howland
No image existsRobert Karl
No image existsFran McHale
No image existsRobert Smart
No image existsDolores Starr
No image existsAl Nesor
No image existsJoe Ploski
No image existsBob Jellison
No image existsAnn Kunde

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L'il Abner Movie Review by Derringer (12/4/2011)

Released in 1959 - LIL' ABNER is a perfectly delightful combination of satire, music, dance and cartoonish fun - All based upon the popular comic strip of the same name, created by AL CAPP.

LIL' ABNER is wonderfully loud and brassy. Its humor is cute and corny. And there are plenty of good songs to enjoy, as well.

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