Hudgens, an advertising and broadcast producer from , who also played an Ernest type character in some regional live action commercials. Shorty's exact breed is unknown as she was portrayed by a different breed in each of her appearances. Ma Worrell Ernest's elderly mother. Auntie Nelda Ernest's dramatic great aunt who is not on good terms with her son Izzy and often acts like the death of her husband Morris was a blessing; another son, Hymie, was only mentioned once. The one good review is pretty hilarious though. Other tv shows that have referenced the Ernest movies include , , , , , , , , and many more.
But instead of killing him, the electrocution gives Ernest superhuman powers, enabling him to escape from jail and foil Nash's attempt to rob the bank. Before Ernest is put in the electric chair, he is asked if he wants a blindfold or a cigarette. An extended scene where Nash as Ernest was in Mr. Sullivan auto dealerships in the area, the -based electronics store , and the -based Ice Cream and Dairy Store. She appeared in several commercials usually having given birth to a litter of puppies in the back of Vern's new pick up truck while out driving with Ernest.
My guess is this film cost literally nothing to make. It pretty much sums up the consensus. . A deleted scene where Ernest was working as a bank clerk. He is a spoof of frontiersman. The only national products he promoted were 's sodas, , and. Worrell finds out hero in prison as a result of a switch set up by an evil inmate look alike also played by Varney.
Ace Worrell A fighter pilot who served in the army. This gives us a chance to see just how shitty it turned out. Coy Worrell Ernest's hillbilly brother who is stuck in a 1950s mindset and runs a store that sells car parts. In 2005, five years after Varney's death, the Ernest P. To his credit, Varney actually displays some fine acting ability in his multiple roles he also plays Auntie Nelda , and Gailard Sartain and Bill Byrge are also good as the security guards. We loved Bring a Friend so much that it is now a permanent part of the cycle. However, he is the spitting image of incarcerated crime boss Felix Nash also played by Varney , and, naturally, when the jury is taken to visit the jail, a switch is made.
While he frequently makes passes at attractive female patrons, he is in fact a married man with a teenage son and speaks with a normal voice outside of work. She was supposed to be the woman of Ernest's dreams. Sadly, Jake died when Ernest accidentally broke his fish bowl and then dropped him into the kitchen and mistakenly hit the wrong switch. It was like the idiot version of Raiders of the Lost Ark. Only mentioned once by Ernest while answering fan mail in his own newsletter.
He helped banish a troll named Trantor, who Ernest accidentally released several generations later. Then, he was making shadow puppets. Her middle initial is also said to be P. It turns out that the murder defendant, Felix Nash also Varney , is a dead ringer for Ernest. He began portraying Ernest in 1980 in local commercials in Kentucky. He helped his army troop win a battle against a Native American tribe led by Chief Running Vern, even though his troop wasn't even present at the time. Worrell Ernest's aunt from the television series.
Tagline s — Guilty of Maximum Fun in the First Degree! Jennifer Sharkey Worrell Ernest's deceased first wife. In later years, Ernest went missing. Rimshot is Ernest's best known pet. Producer Coke Sams stated that Varney had a photographic memory and would read through the script one time then insert the various products names on different takes. Four theatrically released films, at least six overall.
Rimshot Ernest's second dog, a male. As suggested by the title the film will focus on Ernest's long lost son, presumably Ernie P. Ernest then sets in motion a plan to escape jail, foil Nash's plot, snag the bank clerk job he covets and rescue his favorite teller, Charlotte Barbara Bush. Astor Clement Ernest's uncle, a wealthy college professor who likes to brag about his rich status and unusual intelligence and was the main narrator of Your World As I See It. He's an avid fisherman and is friends with an African savage named Qui Qua. Nash's lawyer Jeffrey Buckner Ford arranges a switch, and Ernest finds himself on death row while Nash goes to work at the bank, scheming up a way to rob it. Something is wrong with a movie, though, when the director has to take the funniest scene and repeat it at the end of the film just for the sake of a few laughs.
This is the kind of film most of us don't really want to admit we've seen, let alone laughed at. In this installment, Ernest thinks it is a great honor to be chosen for jury duty. For this entry Ernest is bringing along an unexpected Jail Break Friend in Escape Plan 2. There was an extended scene where Ernest was washing himself in a washing machine, and was staggering after he stepped out. Ernest and the Voodoo Curse actually was pretty funny. Lloyd Worrell Ernest's great uncle, a mean-spirited, impoverished.
In November 2011, Sams said the film never existed. He retired in 1995 at the age of 63. According to Ernest, Edna makes a great deep dish pie. In New Mexico, he appeared in commercials for. Denton as noted on the Official Ernest P Worrell Facebook page was indeed Ernest's best pal growing up. Although the television series won Varney a for his performance, the movies were not critically well-received; however, the latter were produced on very low budgets and were quite profitable. Archived from on October 9, 2003.