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Me and My Likker Spiral-bound – 9 Sep 1999

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  • Spiral-bound: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Shockwave (9 Sept. 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0970162804
  • ISBN-13: 978-0970162809
  • Product Dimensions: 27.4 x 22.1 x 1.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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Format: Spiral-bound
It's a shame this is unavalible. Let's hope it's not too long before its available
This is an amazing man doing what he do the best, make moon shine.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x94a6963c) out of 5 stars 33 reviews
24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94af621c) out of 5 stars Great to have the copyright edition 5 Sept. 2010
By Ernestine Upchurch - Published on
Published privately in 1999, an original script which targeted the public of the life and times of a moonshiner and an Appalachian man who was proud of his product and very private about his family which he purposely left out of his story. Popcorn was an intelligent man who was proud of his craft and had a very humorous way to recall his episodes with authorities. His life ended tragically in 2009 His book was extremely popular because of his creativity and marketing expertise. Read the book for information of a dying tradition.
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94aa90fc) out of 5 stars a real human being 17 Oct. 2000
By tara heaton - Published on
Format: Spiral-bound
I have not only the pleasure of reading this book wich revels in the true life of a moonshinner but meeting popcorn was THE highlight of my vacation. His shack was wonderful he has many products in witch to enjoy,he is a true character.if youre ever in maggie valley do yer self a favor and sit a spell with him.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94a6436c) out of 5 stars Me and My Likker 30 May 2003
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Spiral-bound
Popcorn Suttton's book is the first honest look at moonshining from the eyes of someone who has lived it. He makes no apologies for his experiences and tells his story in a straight forth, often funny and usually colorful style. He is by all accounts a character in print and in real life. HE IS the icon for moonshining today. If you are really interested in moonshining, read the book! If you are REALLY interested in moonshining, get his video and watch moonshine being made before your eyes the way it has been made in the mountains of this country for over 300 years.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94afca5c) out of 5 stars The Legend of Popcorn Sutton 29 Mar. 2009
By J. R. Hafer - Published on
Format: Spiral-bound
Marvin Popcorn Sutton was a real piece of Americana. He was the True North Carolina Mountain man, A Maggie Valley Attraction, and later a resident of Cocke County Tennessee.
I knew Popcorn and I have written a series of articles about him.
As we Tarheels say "He was the real McCoy. Popcorn talked to me just a week or two before his demise. We spoke about his life, his daughter (perhaps), and his death too. He told me how he would never live through the experience if he had to go to jail. I have Neil Hutcheson's DVDs, both of them; The documentary "The last one" and "This is the Last Dam Run of Likker I'll Ever Make." (Sucker Punch Pictures).
Marvin Popcorn Sutton, one of Appalachia last true Mountain men and genuine moonshiner. But more than that, he was an instructor and a teacher with high standards, and would always boast that his product was the best in the world. He was one of the best true Marketeer that I have seen. He had Courage to stand up for what he believed and the guts to tell "it" like it is and the tenacity to continue his public persona, no matter what. I've been asked many times, since my original article came out, what he was really like. All I can say is: Very few people really knew Marvin Sutton, his personal life was only seen by a few of his closest friend. He didn't trust many folks and insisted that he could do everything himself. When I asked him could I write a book about him, he told me he'd write it "his own damn self"!
I received a letter from Popcorn soon after his death, in his own shaky handwriting. He did, in fact revise his book, and he left Pam Sutton his wife more than a legend, he left her a legacy as well.
The book is great read, the book is very informative, and for those who actually had the chance to meet "Ole Popcorn", reading this book will give you a insight to the real personality of Popcorn Sutton.
The series about Popcorn Sutton: "The Legend of Popcorn Sutton" only compliments this book. I get hundreds of emails a week from those who have met Popcorn and those who want to know more about him. I always tell them, to buy his book, the proceeds go to his wife Pam. Any funds derived by my efforts will always go to her as well... He said my Likker comes in three kinds: The Fightin' kind, The Cryin' kind and the Banjo pickin' kind... He'll smile down at JB when he plays the banjo...
JR Hafer,
"The Legend of Popcorn Sutton"
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94afc3fc) out of 5 stars Me and My Likker 14 Oct. 2000
By Ladybug - Published on
Format: Spiral-bound
Popcorn Sutton is the "real deal". I had the unexpected pleasure of meeting Popcorn this past summer. He is an interesting and colorful gentleman. His book is written just as he speaks.... uncensored, informative, and colorful. It is probably as honest a look into a moonshiners life as you will ever find. This peek into the mountainman's world is a fun read and you will learn a thing or two as well!!
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