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Ernest Goes to Jail

No longer available to stream

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Date Added: 1st September 2013

Date Removed: 1st September 2014

Available for: 12 months

 

 

Description:

This comic gem stars rubber-faced Jim Varney as dim-bulb bank janitor Ernest P. Worrell, who's selected for jury duty but finds himself jailed instead thanks to his uncanny resemblance to an imprisoned crime lord named Felix Nash.

 

Certificate:

Year: 1990

Duration: 1hr 21m

 

Cast: Jim Varney, Gailard Sartain, Bill Byrge, Barbara Tyson, Randall Tex Cobb, Charles Napier, Jim Conrad, Barry Scott, Dan Leegant, Jackie Welch

 

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