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50 Classic Redneck Movies

 

It’s amazing how messing with just a word or two in a title can totally change your marketing demographic…

 

1. “The Combine Strikes Back”

2. “Lawrence of Alabama”

3. “The Sound of Mooing”

4. “A Streetcar Named Bessie Mae”

5. “From Here to That Tree over Yonder”

6. “The Best Beers of Our Lives”

7. “Close Encounters of the Inbred Kind”

8. “The Last Shack on the Left”

9. “A Nightmare on Elmer’s Road”

10. “The Crankshaft Redemption”

11. “Harry Potter and the Hoarder of the Peanuts”

12. “Tom Saw Her”

13. “Butch Cassidy and the Totally Not-Gay Kid”

14. “Goatbusters”

15. “Field of Rusted Cars”

16. “Seven Bulls for Seven Brothers”

17. “The Clodfather”

18. “Greased”

19. “Mr. Smith Don’t Know Where Washington Is So He Can’t Go There”

20. “Gallbladder’s Travels”

21. “Mississippi Yearning”

22. “Forrest Stump”

23. “Moonshine over Miami”

24. “Pulp Fixins”

25. “Gone with the Septic Tank”

26. “The Silence of the Lambs”

27. “The Good, the Bad, and the Uneducated”

28. “Good. Will Hunting”

29. “Rosemary’s Baby Ain’t Mine”

30. “Ground Hog Day”

31. “The Texas Chainsaw Hoedown”

32. “Kill Bill and Anybody Else Who Done Trespassed”

33. “Peggy Sue Was Forced to Get Married”

34. “Dirty Barn-Dancing”

35. “Flowers in the Hayloft”

36. “Adventures in Babymaking”

37. “When Harry Met Cousin Sally”

38. “Not So Pretty Woman”

39. “What’s Eating Gilbert’s Grapes?”

40. “Natural Born Tillers”

41. “Once Upon a Time in the Western Outhouse”

42. “Raiders of the Lost Spittoon”

43. “Singin’ in the Grain”

44. “Dial M for Manure”

45. “The Princess Bridle”

46. “There Will Be Booze”

47. “The Best Years of Our Sordid Lives”

48. “Strangers on a Thresher”

49. “Who’s Afraid of Virginia’s Wolf?”

50. “Apocalypse Cow”

 

Originally published in “The Sound and the Fury” on 07/06/12 and “Bonnywood Manor” on 06/10/14. Minimally revised and updated for this post. (I altered three titles, for those of you who have a fondness for statistics. Statisticianados, perhaps?) As a personal challenge, it would be swell if you could offer your own suggestions in the comments. But don’t let this intimidate you. You can blithely ignore this request and we can still be friends, as if nothing tawdry ever happened…

 

53 replies »

  1. Nowhere NEAR as clever as you are, but taking you up on your challenge with three off the top of my head:

    1. How the Grinch Stole The Lindbergh Baby
    2. Lethal Dentures
    3. Wonder Hamster

    #26 IS a movie title. Was that a test?

    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD/EFD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
    “It takes a village to transform a world!”

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  2. BWAHAHAHHAHA…I’m laughing so hard that I had a difficult time thinking of anything except breathing. BUT. Needs must and here you go! 😉

    What Streams May Come (about the fight over water rights or that cow with serious bladder issues)
    The Revenue Man Always Knocks Twice And Then We Kill Him
    Guardians of the Galaxy 500 (Vol I and II) (a sordid tale about a boy, a repossessed vintage Ford, and its vast love of corn-fed beef)
    Moonshine
    Children of the Cornfield (nod to Maddy)

    Okay. Leaving some titles for someone else to mess with.

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    • Excellent work, my partner in crime. As I mentioned in my response to Maddy’s comment, I had no choice but to gather up these little jewels and display them with grand flourish in the next post…

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  3. Awesome job on this post! I’m doing similar stuff if you’re interested in checking out my blog. I just started but I will be mainly posting about TV Shows and Movies, categorized to suit one’s interests. I just posted about the 5 MOVIES FOR THE BUSINESSMAN. go check it out @ tvbatch.wordpress.com

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