Ernest Goes to Splash Mountain Trailer

Ernest Goes to Splash Mountain Trailer (1989)

07 July 1989 Comedy, TV Movie 21 mins

An exciting mock documentary produced for the opening of the Splash Mountain attraction at Disneyland. Ernest Goes To Splash Mountain chronicles the adventures of Ernest P. Worrell who trains as America's first "Splashtranaut" destined to become the very first person to conquer the mountain. Ralph Story, veteran news anchor and his team are determined to cover the momentous event by every angle possible.

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Cast

Jim Varney

as Ernest

International Releases Dates

United States 07 July 1989

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