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Nashville Rebel (1966)

Approved | | Comedy, Drama, Music | 1 January 1966 (USA)
Down a dusty road in the deep South, wanders a young man, Arlin Grove, with a guitar and his earthly belongings on his back, just released from the U. A. Army, with no place to go. When a ... See full summary »

Director:

Jay Sheridan (as Jay J. Sheridan)

Writers:

Click Weston (from an original story by), Ira Kerns (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Waylon Jennings ... Arlin Grove
Mary Frann Mary Frann ... Molly Morgan
Tex Ritter ... Tex Ritter
Sonny James Sonny James ... Sonny James
Loretta Lynn ... Loretta Lynn
Porter Wagoner ... Porter Waggoner
The Wilburn Brothers The Wilburn Brothers ... Singers
Faron Young ... Faron Young
Henny Youngman ... Henny Youngman
Chet Atkins ... Chet Atkins
Archie Campbell Archie Campbell ... Archie Campbell
Clell Summey Clell Summey ... Cousin Jody (as Cousin Jody and the Country Cousin)
Ralph Emery ... Ralph Emery - Grand Ole Opry Announcer
Ott Devine Ott Devine ... Ott Devine - Grand Ole Opry Manager
Gordon Oas-Heim ... Wesley Lang
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Down a dusty road in the deep South, wanders a young man, Arlin Grove, with a guitar and his earthly belongings on his back, just released from the U. A. Army, with no place to go. When a Hootenanny comes to town, it just discovered that Arlin not only has an exciting voice, he also is a gifted guitar player. He is soon appearing on the Grand Ole Opry stage in Nashville. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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From the Backwoods to the Big-Time Nashville Sound See more »

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 January 1966 (USA) See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Nashville Rebel

What a coincidence; I first saw this movie at a drive-in in Dayton, Ohio. I was stationed at Wright-Patterson AFB and Waylon Jennings immediately became my #1 in Country Music. I have spent tons of money and hours collecting and listening to everything Waylon put out. I loved the movie because of the sound of Waylon Jennings. The acting was OK but Waylon's music will be in my heart and mind forever. The entire plot of this story to me seemed like something so realistic for Nashville at the time. Since then I've spent a lot of time in Nashville walking the streets and alley's spending time at the Ryman and the new Grand Ole Opry and it seems to me that Waylon sometimes walks beside me. Like I said I have ALL of the records.............not DVD's, not CD's - I have every album he ever produced. Still miss the Outlaw!


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