Petey Wheatstraw Trailer

Petey Wheatstraw Trailer (1977)

"Have No Fear, It's the Comedy Smash of the Year!" 01 November 1977 Fantasy, Action, Comedy 94 mins

Petey Wheatstraw (Rudy Ray Moore) is a candidate to become the devil's son-in-law. The storyline is a scaffolding on which Rudy Ray Moore's standup humor can be unfolded. Beginning life as the afterbirth to a watermelon, the young Wheatstraw becomes a martial artist, but is unable to best the evil comedy team of Leroy and Skillet, who also indulge in wholesale murder. Satan restores the comedians' victims to life, and charges Petey with the task of marrying his clock-stoppingly ugly daughter to giving him a grandchild. When Petey attempts to default on the deal, he is pursued by the devil's henchmen.

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Cast

Sy Richardson

as Petey's Father

Jimmy Lynch

as Jimmy

Ernest Mayhand

as Skillet

Ebony Wright

as Nell / Devil's Daughter

G. Tito Shaw

as Lucipher

Marvin Jones

as Scarface Willie

George Mireless

as Mr. White

Brian Breye

as Bantu

Rose Williams

as Petey's Mother

Crew

Nat Dove

Original Music Composer

Burt Steiger

Burt Steiger Executive Producer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 November 1977

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