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FEUDIN', FIGHTIN', AND FUSSIN'ADD TO CART
By: Le Roma GrethADD TO WISH LIST
FEUDIN', FIGHTIN', AND FUSSIN'
Script: $7.50  more info
First Performance Royalty: $60.00  more info
Each Additional Performance: $60.00  more info
Video Rights: $30.00
Themes: Hillbilly, Love & Romance
Running Time: 75 minutes
Speaking Cast: 8 females, 4 males, 12 total cast
Flexibility: 2 extras
ISBN: 978-1-61588-042-3
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Synopsis
Travel to Polecat County with the smug Mrs. Lucius Q. Snodgrass and her distinguished assistant, William Bishop III. They want to bring culture to Polecat County in the form of a library. With the exception of Widow Kendall and her family, the townsfolk don't want a library, they want a recreation hall. Mrs. Snodgrass announces to the community that it will be a library or nothing and struts away leaving Mr. Bishop in charge of the marketing and design plans. Intent on selling the idea of a library to Paw Fernheiser, the leader of the pro-recreation hall faction, Bill Bishop visits the Fernheisers and meets the love of his life, Lizzie Fernheiser. With stars in his eyes, Bill forgets about the library and agrees to build the new Polecat County Recreation Hall. When Widow Kendall finds out about their plans, the Fernheisers decide to hold her captive until the framing is complete. Everybody's happy except poor Widow Kendall and of course, Mrs. Snodgrass, who arrives to find the ugliest recreation hall this side of the Mississippi. Bill is fired on the spot and arrangements are made to tear down the hall until Lizzie comes to the rescue and saves both the recreation hall and her man, Bill. After all, reading is recreation, right? Now let's explain that to Mrs. Snodgrass.
 

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