Duration DirectorDavid Butler Art directorBernard Herzbrun
WriterM.M. Musselman (original story and screenplay), Jack Lait Jr. (story), Art Arthur (screenplay), Ray Golden (additional dialogue), Sid Kuller (additional dialogue) CastThe Ritz Brothers (Themselves), Tony Martin (Jerry Wade), Marjorie Weaver (Caroline), Slim Summerville (Hank Hatfield), John Carradine (Reef Hatfield), Berton Churchill (J.B.) GenresComedy, Musical, Musical comedy Similar moviesOur Hospitality, The Story of Seabiscuit, Dreamer: Inspired By a True Story, Black Gold, Pride of the Blue Grass, Tangled
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Kentucky Moonshine is a 1938 film directed by David Butler and released by 20th Century Fox.
Radio singer Tony Martin's rating are slipping, so he makes travel plans to the Southern United States to find new talent. The Ritz boys get wind of Tony's pending trip. Marjorie Weaver and the Ritz Brothers make a trip to Kentucky. There they pose as hillbillies in order to be discovered.