For his penultimate film, exploitation legend Al Adamson (SATAN'S SADISTS, DRACULA VS. FRANKESTEIN) made perhaps the strangest move of his career with this surreal foray into 'family entertainment'. Severin Kids presents Adamson's first children's movie, a delightful tale of alcoholism, domestic violence, a talking chimp with a brassiere fetish, vivisection, suicide, 'The Freak-Out Girl' Regina Carrol - in her final performance - flaunting an array of skintight/low-cut outfits, and not a single role for children. Don Stewart (THE GUIDING LIGHT) and Joe Cirillo (GHOSTBUSTERS) co-star in the infamous '80s oddity that has been hailed as "Possibly the worst kiddie movie ever made," (DVD Drive-In) and "The finest family film since E.T." (Joe Franklin). Now scanned from the only surviving pre-print 35mm elements with all-new Special Features - including his last complete feature, the Sandra Dee starrer LOST - that reveal Al's bizarre kiddie matinee legacy.