If you are referring to the Ernest P. Worrell character played by Jim Varney, there are currently five films. They include Ernest Goes to Camp (1987), Ernest Goes to Splash Mountain (1989), Ernest Goes to Jail (1990), Ernest Goes to School (1994), and Ernest Goes to Africa (1997). One of the movies, Ernest Goes to Splash Mountain, is a made-for-TV movie rather than a theatrical release. Now there are 13 movies, if you include the last five plus, Ernest Saves Christmas, Ernest Scared Stupid, Ernest Greatest Hits 1 & 2, Ernest Rides Again, Slam Dunk Ernest, Your World As I See It is not technically an Ernest film but he does play the character Ernest P. Worrell, and finally Ernest In The Army. =)
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