Fart the movie
Director Ray Etheridge
Genre Comedy
Producers Ray Etheridge, Zonia Etheridge
Release date May 31, 1991
Running time 91 minutes
Country United States

"F.A.R.T.: The Movie" is a low budget independent comedy film written and directed by Ray Etheridge. It was released on May 31, 1991.

Background and development

Kesha's mom, Pebe Sebert, was working on the soundtrack for the movie. Kesha most likely received a small role due to Pebe bringing Kesha with her while they were filming as she usually did.


The project had a 30-day shooting schedule and a $43,000.00 budget. When seeking crew for the film, publications such as Daily Variety refused to run the ad copy until the word "fart" was removed from the text and replaced with "wind-breaker". Many of those who agreed to work on the project would do so only their names were changed for the onscreen credits. The project was shot on locations in Los Angeles, California.

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