- SKU: 29408218
- Release Date: 11/17/2015
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Slapstick handyman Ernest is in love and wants to buy a bauble for his gal Renee, so he goes to a local flea market and buys a couple of shiny faux jewels. He has no idea that they are real and that they were stolen from a sacred African idol by a crooked adventurer. He also does not know that a villainous Arab prince is impatiently waiting for the stones to arrive. and so he thinks nothing of making the cheap "rocks" into a yo-yo. When the explorer's henchmen discover that the witless Ernest has the jewels, they kidnap him and his girlfriend to the "Dark Continent" where they have all kinds of crazy, comical adventures. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Ernest in the Army
The U.S. Army's most unlikely soldier, Ernest P. Worrel (Jim Varney), finds himself responsible for saving the world when he and his troopmates are sent out to take down a tyrant. As with other entries in the Ernest series, this one is filled with plenty of low-brow, slapstick humor. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Hey, Vern! It's My Family Album
Jim Varney, also known as commercial spokesman/village idiot Ernest P. Worrell, stars in Hey Vern! It's My Family Album! Speaking at the top of his lungs to the unseen Vern (actually he's talking to "us"), Ernest introduces several of his less illustrious ancestors. If nothing else, this 57-minute video allows the talented Varney to exhibit his range and versatility. In fact, he's funnier in these other guises than he is as Ernest. In the tradition of Jim Varney's earlier video collections, Hey Vern manages to include a few hilariously embarrassing outtakes. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Jim Varney
- Linda Kash
- Jamie Bartlett