The best way to describe Ferlin Husky singing the theme to “Swamp Girl” is to let you hear it for yourself.
Magnificent, isn’t it?
And you get a whole movie too!
Nat, who is black, lives in the swamp with Janine, the Swamp Girl, who is young, blonde, pretty —and pretty nimble in a boat.
Swamp Girl thinks Nat is her Paw, until circumstances force him to tell her the truth, which is that he saved her from the drunken white-slaving abortionist Doc.
So now he’s just Nat.
Meanwhile the local goobers are searching for the Swamp Girl, plus the sheriff, plus the Swamp Ranger, who is Ferlin Husky.
And a Bonnie and Clyde couple decide to cross the swamp on foot, which is not a good idea.
Alligator death. Snake death — twice. No, three times. (Snakes are cheaper than gators.) Air boat. Magic dress on Swamp Girl, that never gets wet or dirty. No nekkidity (automatic one-coil deduction). Brutal speech by mother of Convict Girl, to wrap up loose ends of plot. Convincing demonstration of why loafers are not the right footgear for swamps.
And, of course, the dulcet tones of Ferlin Husky singing the theme song and playing the guitar.
Two and a half coils.