Dolly Parton
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The 78th Annual Academy Awards (2006)
Chasing Rainbows: An Insiders Tour of the Chasing Rainbows Museum with Dolly Parton (2005)
Behind the Scenes at Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede (2005)
Dolly's Imagination Playhouse (2005)
Grand Ole Opry's Vintage Classics (2005)
Transamerica (2005)
[ Felicity Huffman ][ Elizabeth Pena ][ Fionnula Flanagan ]
CMT 100 Greatest Music Videos (2004)
Singing Songwriters (2004)
Episode dated 20 May 2004 (2004)
CMT Flame Worthy Video Music Awards (2004)
Dolly Parton: Live & Well (2004)
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Songs (2004)
CMT 100 Greatest Love Songs of Country Music (2004)
The Mark Twain Prize: Lily Tomlin (2003)
37th Annual Country Music Association Awards (2003)
Dolly Parton & Friends on the Country Train (2003)
Women Rock! Concert: Songs from the Movies (2003)
[ Mandy Moore ]
First Up... (2003)
36th Annual Country Music Association Awards (2002)
1st Annual BET Awards (2001)
[ Whitney Houston ]
Country Legends (2001)
Grand Ole Opry 75th Anniversary (2000)
Whitney Houston: The Greatest Hits (2000)
[ Valerie Simpson ]
Women Talking Dirty (1999)
[ Helena Bonham Carter ][ Kate Bush ]
Live by Request: Vince Gill (1999)
VH1 Divas Live 2 (1999)
Blue Valley Songbird (1999)
[ Beth Grant ]
Episode dated 19 September 1998 (1998)
Unspoiled Country (1998)
Paradise Road: The Life and Songs of Dolly Parton (1998)
Tammy Wynette: First Lady of Country Memorial Service (1998)
Episode dated 31 August 1998 (1998)
Bright Hair (1997)
[ Emilia Fox ]
The Apostle (1997)
[ Miranda Richardson ][ Farrah Fawcett ][ June Carter Cash ][ Barbara Harris ]
Episode dated 15 April 1996 (1996)
Unlikely Angel (1996)
Episode dated 10 April 1996 (1996)
Episode dated 11 April 1996 (1996)
Episode dated 21 April 1995 (1995)
Vanessa-Mae: The Red Hot Tour - Live at the Royal Albert Hall (1995)
29th Annual Country Music Association Awards (1995)
Episode dated 26 September 1994 (1994)
28th Annual Country Music Association Awards (1994)
The 36th Annual Grammy Awards (1994)
Episode dated 27 September 1994 (1994)
The 1993 World Music Awards (1993)
Country Music Association's 35th Anniversary (1993)
The Bodyguard (1992)
[ Whitney Houston ][ Linda Thompson ][ Susan Traylor ][ Lisa Stansfield ][ Valerie Simpson ]
Straight Talk (1992)
[ Teri Hatcher ][ Jane Lynch ]
Christmas in America (1990)
[ Jessica Steen ]
Pink Cadillac (1989)
[ Bernadette Peters ]
A Smoky Mountain Christmas (1986)
[ Paula Abdul ][ Anita Morris ]
Koks i kulissen (1983)
Episode dated 24 June 1982 (1982)
Olivia in Concert (1982)
The 53rd Annual Academy Awards (1981)
Episode dated 18 November 1980 (1980)
Nine to Five (1980)
[ Jane Fonda ][ Lily Tomlin ]
Norma Rae (1979)
[ Sally Field ][ Grace Zabriskie ][ Gail Strickland ]
Episode dated 13 September 1978 (1978)
When Ria Met Leonard (1978)
Episode dated 17 February 1977 (1977)
Episode dated 8 July 2002 (0) 100 Hot DVDs

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Born one of 12 children to a backwoods Tennessee family, savvy Dolly Parton has risen from relative poverty to become one of the most famous and wealthy country music stars in the world. Easily recognizable for her flamboyant platinum blonde wigs, vivid makeup, petite physique, and extra-large breasts — which figure prominently in her humorous on-stage remarks — Parton has shown a real knack for marketing herself in creative, lucrative ways that belie the downhome mannerisms and apple pie sweetness of her public persona. Parton's ventures range from a songwriting career,a semi-successful crossover to pop music, a sporadic acting career, a 100-million-dollar company, Dolly Parton Enterprises, and her ultimate self-promotion, the Dollywood musical theme park in Tennessee, which has become so popular since it's opening in 1986 that in 1997, it was largely responsible for the closing of its only rival, Opryland. Parton's singing career began with television appearances in Knoxville at age 12. The following year she had a recording contract and was appearing at the Grand Ole Opry and at age 21, she had her first hit song, "Dumb Blonde" (1967). It was, however, Porter Wagoner who made her a star when he hired her to duet with him. Together, they toured the country, made records, and appeared numerous times at the Opry. She went solo in 1974 and soon had a string of hits, including the semi-autobiographical "Coat of Many Colors." During the '70s, Parton was a favorite on talk shows and music specials. In 1980, she made her acting debut opposite Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, and Dabney Coleman in the hit revenge comedy 9 to 5. As in most of her subsequent acting endeavors, Parton essentially played herself. She wrote and performed the film's title song and earned an Oscar nomination. She has since continued composing and singing in her films. Parton offered one of her best acting performances as a big-hearted beautician in Steel Magnolias (1989).

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