John Furlong is fresh out of jail and stuck in Missouri, where he hires on as a farmhand--and since Mudhoney (1965) is a Russ Meyer classic, there are plenty of udders to keep both hands busy. He’s particularly fond of farmer’s niece Antoinette Christiani. Too bad she’s married to local psycho Hal Hopper, who’s out to make John miserable enough to leave this perky paradise. At least Hal has the decency to take us to the local whorehouse, where we can marvel at the mammaries of Lorna Maitland and her divinely deaf and dumb sister Rena Horten. Lee Ballard also makes her sole screen appearance as a gal who bares her bosoms in a muddy death scene.