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Ernest P. Worrell was a fictional character portrayed by American actor Jim Varney in a series of television commercials and later in a television series (Hey Vern, It's Ernest!) and a series of motion pictures.
Ernest was created for Varney to play by Nashville advertising agency Carden and Cherry. It became Bohan Carden and Cherry in 1997. Some[who?] speculate he may have been based on the earlier character Ernest T. Bass played by Howard Morris on The Andy Griffith Show. Ernest was used in various local campaigns and was never a spokesman for a truly national product or company, save for Sprite and Mello Yello which had its slogan "Make the Mello Yello move". The first commercial, filmed in 1980, was to advertise an appearance by the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders at Beech Bend Park, an amusement park located near Bowling Green, Kentucky. The format of the commercials seldom varied. The rubber-faced Ernest, almost always dressed in a denim vest and baseball cap, appeared at the door of a seemingly-unwilling neighbor, Vern. His full name is Ernest Powertools Worrell. Ernest is apparently somewhat aware of his extreme resistance to harm as in Ernest Rides Again, he seemed barely fazed by nails bending after being fired at his skull, he also commented that he would be dead "If I wasn't this close to being an actual cartoon".