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Dolly Parton: Platinum Blonde (2003)

Profile of Dolly Parton, country music high priestess and formidable businesswoman, who clawed her way up from a dirt-poor childhood in rural Tennessee to international super-stardom.

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Jenny Ash

Writers:

Jenny Ash, Mark Hagen
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Credited cast:
Dolly Parton ... Herself
Kate Robbins Kate Robbins ... Herself - Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Steve Buckingham Steve Buckingham ... Himself - Producer
Dabney Coleman ... Himself
Billy Connolly ... Himself
Fred Foster Fred Foster ... Himself
Sandy Gallin Sandy Gallin ... Himself
Jewels Jewels ... Himself - Dolly Impersonator
Norah Jones ... Herself
Janet G. Knutsen Janet G. Knutsen ... Herself - Friend (as Janet Knutsen)
Alison Krauss ... Herself
Shirley MacLaine ... Herself
Reba McEntire ... Herself
Ted Miller Ted Miller ... Himself
Sinéad O'Connor ... Herself
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Profile of Dolly Parton, country music high priestess and formidable businesswoman, who clawed her way up from a dirt-poor childhood in rural Tennessee to international super-stardom.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 January 2003 (UK) See more »

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Soundtracks

Baby I'm Burnin'
Written by Dolly Parton
Performed by Dolly Parton
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The perfect documentary to get to know Dolly
27 August 2014 | by minerva-88-89480See all my reviews

I actually do not care much for biogrphies because I wouldn't ask the cashier or the nurse how her career is going so far or how their up bringing was. I mean, I just enjoy the art and music and what not and that's it. But Dolly is so unique, one can not help but wonder, why she is the way she is :)

And as usual the BBC did a swell job of a portrait. Ms Parton tells her side of the story. Plus there are some colleagues and there is family to give their inside.

But the most important, there is music and videos of her appearances. It must have been quite a ride through the decades. These attires and hairdo, and how business changed. That was quite interesting.

This biographie is also suitable for none-country fans. I for one, don't enjoy country music actually. But I sure do love country music by Ms Parton, and only by her, funnily enough.

Amazing personality, if you haven't known yet. A role model!!


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