Harper Valley Pta (1978)
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The song was scandalous. The movie is hilarious!
|What happens when stella johnson and her daughter dee come up against the unwelcome wagon of the harper valley P.T.A.? Hilarious comedy that's fun for the entire family.|
Editor's NoteThis light comedy, based on the 1960's pop tune, is about a sexy young mom who violates the puritanical standards of a small town of hypocrites. The effective techniques she uses in countering their moral oppression are often quite funny.
Cast & Crew
|Barry Schneider - Writer|
|Bobbie Gentry, et. al. - Original Music By|
|George Edwards - Writer|
|John Gunselman - Cinematographer|
|Michael Economou - Editor|
|Phil Borack - Executive Producer|
|Richard C. Bennett - Director|
|Willy Kurant - Cinematographer|
Plot SummaryThis comic film is based on the best-selling pop song by Jeannie C. Riley.| When the members of the Harper Valley PTA condemn a mother whose behavior they consider "inappropriate," the feisty lady publicly confronts the hypocritical moralists. Soon, she's taught them a lesson they'll never forget: that people in glass houses just shouldn't throw stones.