Ernest Goes to Camp at TRN Drive-In

The Retro Network Drive-In returns just in time for Summer Camp! To celebrate the special event, we recently screened the 1987 comedy film Ernest Goes to Camp starring Jim Varney. Join Adam (@hojukoolander), Wyatt (@infamouswb), and Jason (@RD80s) as they take a trip to Camp Kikakee to see Ernest P. Worrell help a group of delinquents and save the camp from being demolished from a nearby mining company.

You’ll hear facts you may not know about the film, box office stats, and our Drive-In awards including our favorite scenes, lines and which supporting actor stole the show. Also don’t miss our intermission as we discuss which prop would go back and steal from the set.

Listen to Ernest Goes to Camp at TRN Drive-In below and continue the conversation with your comments.

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About Jason Gross 556 Articles
'80s Kid, '90s Grad, and '00s Dad. I've been writing and podcasting about 1980s pop culture since 2011 at my website. I collect vinyl, cassingles, '80s comics, Batman memorabilia, and all things Mobile Armored Strike Kommand.

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