Set in the modern day mid-west, the film focuses on a young couple trying to establish a new life. They become stranded in a very isolated vineyard. They are forced to face secrets from their own pasts and the malicous intents of the vineyard's inhabitant who turn out to be demons from hell.
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From the creators of the smash hit JUNGLE MASTER comes a new animated comedy for the whole family! When a spaceship crashes into the farm house, the biggest characters in the barnyard set out on the adventure of a lifetime.
Max is informed by his rich uncle that he's tired of supporting him. Instead, he has a farmer friend and he wants Max to marry one of the farmer's daughters. However, the farmer decides that his oldest is for Max and has the youngest dress up like a maid. However, Max finds himself drawn to this 'maid' and although he wants to follow his uncle's advice, his heart is leading him to who he thinks is a common working girl. It all culminates in a cute final scene.
Farmhouse Kitchen was a cookery series that was produced by Yorkshire Television and aired on the ITV network from 1971 until 1989. It was hosted by Dorothy Sleightholme and later by Grace Mulligan. The programme, which was shown weekly and usually on a weekday afternoon, was aimed at housewives and homemakers, and sought to educate its viewers by presenting visual demonstrations of old-fashioned British cookery as well as thrifty ways to feed a family on a budget. Yorkshire Television published a number of cookbooks containing recipes from the show. Following the death of Dorothy Sleightholme in a car accident, Grace Mulligan took over presenting duties. Celebrity guest cooks such as Mary Berry were invited onto the programme, and viewers were invited to send in their own recipes to be cooked onscreen, The memorable, vibraphone-heavy theme music was "Fruity Flute", played by Alan Hawkshaw and his band.