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A pollster stumbles on a family of murderous hillbillies, and joins in their search for hidden treasure.
During the period between this film's completion and its theatrical release in the U.S. it was made available to American troops awaiting their return home. Among the venues where it was screened was the Queen Mary, which had been painted "battleship grey" and converted into a troop transport vessel.
I'm with the Trotter Poll. We're like the Gallop Poll but not as fast.
In Elany's first scene, as she enters her grandmother's room, we see her clutching a leather briefcase. The close-up shot of the briefcase shows an embossed globe on the front, with "Trotter Poll" written above it, and "Hector P. Smedley" written below it, in large letters. As the camera changes from close-up to medium shot, the briefcase still has the globe, but now the lettering is missing.