Donna Summer
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Roll Bounce (2005)
[ Bow-Wow Wow ][ Meagan Good ][ Jurnee Smollett ][ Chaka Khan ]
Prime (2005)
[ Uma Thurman ][ Meryl Streep ][ Annie Parisse ][ Mimi Anden ][ Penny Ellington ]
EuroTrip (2004)
[ Kristin Kreuk ][ Michelle Trachtenberg ][ Lucy Lawless ][ Joanna Lumley ][ Jessica Boehrs ]
The Fighting Temptations (2003)
[ Rue McClanahan ][ LaTanya Richardson ]
Jeux d'enfants (2003)
[ Marion Cotillard ][ Julie Mauduech ][ Letizia Venezia ]
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003)
[ Cameron Diaz ][ Drew Barrymore ][ Demi Moore ][ Mary-Kate Olsen ][ Lucy Liu ]
Chasing Papi (2003)
[ Roselyn Sanchez ][ Sofia Vergara ][ Maria Conchita Alonso ][ Christina Vidal ][ Lisa Vidal ]
Zoolander (2001)
[ Milla Jovovich ][ Christine Taylor ][ Jennifer Coolidge ][ Jay Smith ][ Anne Meara ]
Amores Possíveis (2001)
The Replacements (2000)
[ Brooke Langton ]
Strange Planet (1999)
[ Naomi Watts ][ Claudia Karvan ][ Kate Beahan ]
Superstar (1999)
[ Molly Shannon ][ Elaine Hendrix ][ Glynis Johns ][ Karyn Dwyer ][ Jennifer Irwin ]
The Out-of-Towners (1999)
[ Goldie Hawn ][ Cynthia Nixon ][ Jessica Cauffiel ][ Anne Fletcher ]
Victor's Place (1998)
Picture Perfect (1997)
[ Kaley Cuoco ][ Illeana Douglas ][ Olympia Dukakis ][ Andrea Bendewald ][ Jennifer Aniston ]
The Birdcage (1996)
[ Calista Flockhart ][ Dianne Wiest ][ Christine Baranski ][ Ann Cusack ][ Trina McGee ]
Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol (1990)
[ Marlene Weingaertner ]
Stella (1990)
[ Bette Midler ][ Eileen Brennan ][ Ashley Peldon ][ Alisan Porter ]
Lost in America (1985)
[ Julie Hagerty ]
Splash (1984)
[ Daryl Hannah ][ Cheryl Axley ][ Dody Goodman ][ Valerie Wildman ]
Flashdance (1983)
[ Jennifer Beals ][ Cynthia Rhodes ][ Katherine Gorzel ][ Joan Jett ]
Foxes (1980)
[ Jodie Foster ][ Laura Dern ][ Sally Kellerman ]
Thank God It's Friday (1978)
[ Debra Winger ][ Dianna Ross ][ Terri Nunn ]
The Deep (1977)
[ Jaqueline Bisset ]


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Donna Summer was the Queen of Disco in the 1970s with a pop/dance/rock sound that was a hybrid of American soul and European synthesizer based music. Summer's musical career was launched on stage in Munich, Germany, in productions of Hair and Porgy & Bess. In Germany, she hooked up with producers, Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte, and delivered the orgasmic "Love to Love You Baby" which brought her worldwide fame. Summer was the first female artist to garner back-to-back multiplatinum double albums and the first female artist to incorporate synthesizers as well as the first artist to create an extended play song. Musically, she diversified into pop and rock, while career-wise, she appeared in the disco dud, THANK GOD IT'S FRIDAY, for which the song, "Last Dance" won a Best Song Oscar, as well as numerous American TV music specials. Her career zenithed in 1980 with the release of the critically-acclaimed record, THE WANDERER, a diverse fusion of rock and dance which is still considered to be the forerunner of such range of artists as Billy Idol, Whitney Houston and Alanis Morrisette. But soon after 1980, Summer announced that she was a born-again Christian. She was then accused of making anti-gay comments, which were later proven to be false, which brought a worldwide boycott of her music in dance clubs. Summer returned to the Top of the Pop charts in in the late 80s and early 90s with various dance hits. She recently ended her longtime association with Polygram and moved to Nashville to work on country music and to pursue her other passion, painting. In 1998, she won a Grammy for Best Dance Single and has plans to launch a Broadway musical, Ordinary Girl, based on her life.


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