Imagine a sketch from the television show "Hee-Haw" expanded to an hour and a half and you'll have UPHILL ALL THE WAY, a painfully unfunny cornball-comedy chase featuring country stars Roy Clark and Mel Tillis. Ben Hooker (Clark) and Booger Skaggs (Tillis) are a pair of bungling con men,
roving through the Texas countryside in the early 1900s. After losing their money in a card game, Hooker and Skaggs go to a local bank to apply for a loan. Because they're carrying a shotgun, they're mistaken for bank robbers. This mistaken identity gag builds as the two con men steal a car from a
traveling salesman, then heist the uniforms and horses from two unwitting soldiers. I...