Jim Varney biography traces the cultural rise of Ernest P. Worrell
Before the blundering but bighearted Ernest P. Worrell, a fictional character brought to life by the late Lexington native Jim Varney, won over movie audiences with his ubiquitous denim vest, ball cap and gaping smile, the affable persona first gained notoriety working television commercials in markets all over the country.
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“All is good and have a toast”
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#1 Aug 5, 2014
A true character of good this man was, R.I.P. Varney...
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