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Big dreams and broken hearts : the Dottie West story

Author: Bill D'Elia; CBS Television Network.
Publisher: c1994.] [1995-01-22 (9 PM PST) ;
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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"Michele Lee spreads country sunshine as the ebullient Nashville songbird Dottie West (1932-91). Her rise to fame is charted in this 1995 TV-movie--which also chronicles her three stormy marriages. On the soundtrack, Lee sings Welcome to my world, Here comes my baby (West's 1964 Grammy winner); and, in a duet with Kenny Rogers, Every time two fools collide. The film also includes reminiscences by Larry Gatlin, Kris  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Emmy Award nominees
Biographies
Made for TV movies
Biography
Drama
Named Person: Dottie West; Dottie West
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Bill D'Elia; CBS Television Network.
OCLC Number: 423123849
Notes: TV movie.
Broadcast on CBS.
Copyright notice on videocassette: c1994 by Michele Lee Entertainment, Inc.
Emmy Award nominee, primetime.
Credits: Editor, Bill Johnson; photography, Richard Rawlings; music, Edgar Struble.
Cast: Michele Lee (Dottie West); Chet Atkins, David James Elliot, Larry Gatlin, Kris Kristofferson, Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, William Russ (Bill West); Lisa Akey (Shelly West); Ben Browder (Al Winters); Tony Higgins, J. Don Ferguson, Rebecca Koon, Tom Nowicki, Tere Myers (Patsy Cline); Rhoda Griffis, Jennie Krochmal, Cathy Worthington, Michael Montgomery, W.M. Travis Baird, Joey Traywick, Dan Albright, Tommy Cresswell, David Ducey, Chris McCarty, Jennie Smith, Norm Woodel, Rosemary Newcott, Stuart Greer, Dan Miller, Cassie Criswell, David Dwyer, Jeffrey Ford, Don Mueller, David James Elliot (Byron Metcalf).
Responsibility: Kragen Productions and Michele Lee Productions ; executive producers, Michele Lee, Ken Kragen ; producer, Robert Berger ; director, Bill D'Elia ; writer, Theresa Rogerton.

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"Michele Lee spreads country sunshine as the ebullient Nashville songbird Dottie West (1932-91). Her rise to fame is charted in this 1995 TV-movie--which also chronicles her three stormy marriages. On the soundtrack, Lee sings Welcome to my world, Here comes my baby (West's 1964 Grammy winner); and, in a duet with Kenny Rogers, Every time two fools collide. The film also includes reminiscences by Larry Gatlin, Kris Kristofferson, Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson and Dolly Parton"--TV guide, January 22, 1995. Filmed in Nashville, Tennessee.

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