It'll be in a stage version of Coal Miner's Daughter that's heading to Broadway (hopefully with a stop at Butcher Holler). Loretta Lynn made the announcement herself, and she's thrilled about it, ka-ching, ka-ching. Besides, it does happen to be an arguable choice:
Centuries before The Help, aeons before Coal Miner's Daughter, and even before Carrie, there was Prime Cut, a 1972 Michael Ritchie-directed genre film in which Lee Marvin is a mob enforcer who comes to shake up a slaughterhouse owner (Gene Hackman) who turns his enemies into bratwurst and sells girl ... More >>
We all know Oscar winner Sissy Spacek as Carrie, Coal Miner's Daughter, and the co-star of this year's gritty rural drama Get Low. But in 1968, she called herself Rainbo and sang a pop ditty titled, "John, You Went Too Far This Time"--a hallucinogenic screed against Beatle John Lennon and ... More >>
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