'Sudsy Slim Rides Again' premieres in Wasilla
"Sudsy Slim Rides Again" is a full-length feature film that's a spaghetti western comedy, action, heist film made in Alaska, and stars Alaskans. It's created by Darin and Chad Carpenter, the minds behind the Alaskan-made movie "Moose."
It's about a small Alaskan town by the name of Scratcher Pass, that has its glory days behind it. The only thing keeping tourists coming in is the long-dead corpse of the town's villain, Sudsy Slim. Unfortunately, Sudsy's body disappears and it must be reclaimed.
Chad Carpenter, who's also known as the creator of the popular Tundra comic strip, joined KTVA's Daybreak to discuss the film, its creation, and where you can see it.
"Sudsy Slim Rides Again" will premiere on Friday April 20, at the Coming Attractions Theater in Wasilla.
For more information, or to see the official trailer, head to www.nomadcinematics.com
You can also follow the film on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sudsyslim
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