History Film / Nashville

14th Jun '15 5:11:37 PM nombretomado
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--->'''Haven Hamilton''': This is Nashville! [[spoiler: This ain't [[JohnFKennedy Dallas]]]], this is Nashville! They can't do this to us here in Nashville! Come on, sing! Sing, somebody, sing! I'm fine, I'm fine. You sing!
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--->'''Haven Hamilton''': This is Nashville! [[spoiler: This ain't [[JohnFKennedy [[UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy Dallas]]]], this is Nashville! They can't do this to us here in Nashville! Come on, sing! Sing, somebody, sing! I'm fine, I'm fine. You sing!
20th May '15 4:27:26 PM nombretomado
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* Barbara Jean (Ronee Blakley), the darling of the country music world. She's frail, lonely, and emotionally spent, but [[StepfordSmiler tries to keep a smile on anyway]]. [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome She's responsible for more than a few of the movie's best musical moments]]. Blakley got a [[AcademyAward Best Supporting Actress]] nom for her performance.
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* Barbara Jean (Ronee Blakley), the darling of the country music world. She's frail, lonely, and emotionally spent, but [[StepfordSmiler tries to keep a smile on anyway]]. [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome She's responsible for more than a few of the movie's best musical moments]]. Blakley got a [[AcademyAward [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAward Best Supporting Actress]] nom for her performance.

* Linnea Reese (Creator/LilyTomlin), a middle-aged gospel singer/housewife stuck with an inept husband and two deaf kids. She is torn between loyalty to her [[TooDumbToLive Homer Simpson-esque]] spouse and the advances of a charming womanizer. Tomlin also got a [[AcademyAward Best Supporting Actress]] nod for this.
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* Linnea Reese (Creator/LilyTomlin), a middle-aged gospel singer/housewife stuck with an inept husband and two deaf kids. She is torn between loyalty to her [[TooDumbToLive Homer Simpson-esque]] spouse and the advances of a charming womanizer. Tomlin also got a [[AcademyAward [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAward Best Supporting Actress]] nod for this.
8th Feb '15 5:43:07 PM mlsmithca
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* Barbara Jean (Ronee Blakley), the darling of the country music world. She's frail, lonely, and emotionally spent, but [[StepfordSmiler tries to keep a smile on anyway]]. [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome She's responsible for more than a few of the movie's best musical moments]]. Also, [[spoiler: she gets assasinated in the end.]] Blakley got a [[AcademyAward Best Supporting Actress]] nom for her performance.
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* Barbara Jean (Ronee Blakley), the darling of the country music world. She's frail, lonely, and emotionally spent, but [[StepfordSmiler tries to keep a smile on anyway]]. [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome She's responsible for more than a few of the movie's best musical moments]]. Also, [[spoiler: she gets assasinated in the end.]] Blakley got a [[AcademyAward Best Supporting Actress]] nom for her performance.
2nd Feb '15 6:53:57 PM Mdumas43073
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* {{Improv}}: While there was a solid script written by Creator/RobertAltman and Joan Tewkesbury that dictated all the actions of all the characters, the dialog was largely improvised by the actors.
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* {{Improv}}: While there was a solid script written by Creator/RobertAltman Altman and Joan Tewkesbury that dictated all the actions of all the characters, the dialog was largely improvised by the actors.
28th Jan '15 7:49:29 PM Mdumas43073
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A 1975 film directed by Creator/RobertAltman. It boasts a huge ensemble cast of 24 -- count 'em, ''24'' -- primary characters, and follows them around over the course of five days in the country music capital of UsefulNotes/{{Nashville}}.
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A 1975 film directed by Creator/RobertAltman. It boasts a huge ensemble cast of 24 -- count 'em, ''24'' -- primary principal characters, and follows them around over the course of five days in the country music capital of UsefulNotes/{{Nashville}}.
28th Jan '15 7:48:54 PM Mdumas43073
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A 1975 film directed by Creator/RobertAltman. It boasts a huge ensemble cast of 24 -- count 'em, ''24'' -- main characters, and follows them around over the course of five days in the country music capital of UsefulNotes/{{Nashville}}.
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A 1975 film directed by Creator/RobertAltman. It boasts a huge ensemble cast of 24 -- count 'em, ''24'' -- main primary characters, and follows them around over the course of five days in the country music capital of UsefulNotes/{{Nashville}}.
28th Jan '15 7:48:41 PM Mdumas43073
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A 1975 film directed by Creator/RobertAltman. It boasts a huge ensemble cast of 24 - count 'em, ''24'' - main characters, and follows them around over the course of five days in the country music capital of UsefulNotes/{{Nashville}}.
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A 1975 film directed by Creator/RobertAltman. It boasts a huge ensemble cast of 24 - -- count 'em, ''24'' - -- main characters, and follows them around over the course of five days in the country music capital of UsefulNotes/{{Nashville}}.
14th Jan '15 1:50:11 PM Prfnoff
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A 1975 film directed by Creator/RobertAltman. It boasts a huge ensemble cast of 24 - count 'em, ''24'' - main characters, and follows them around over the course of five days in the country music capital.
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A 1975 film directed by Creator/RobertAltman. It boasts a huge ensemble cast of 24 - count 'em, ''24'' - main characters, and follows them around over the course of five days in the country music capital. capital of UsefulNotes/{{Nashville}}.

* Linnea Reese (Lily Tomlin), a middle-aged gospel singer/housewife stuck with an inept husband and two deaf kids. She is torn between loyalty to her [[TooDumbToLive Homer Simpson-esque]] spouse and the advances of a charming womanizer. Tomlin also got a [[AcademyAward Best Supporting Actress]] nod for this.
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* Linnea Reese (Lily Tomlin), (Creator/LilyTomlin), a middle-aged gospel singer/housewife stuck with an inept husband and two deaf kids. She is torn between loyalty to her [[TooDumbToLive Homer Simpson-esque]] spouse and the advances of a charming womanizer. Tomlin also got a [[AcademyAward Best Supporting Actress]] nod for this.
23rd Nov '14 10:19:47 PM Ezclee4050
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* CreatorCameo: Richard Baskin, the film's musical director and co-writer of a bunch of the songs, plays long-haired session keyboardist Frog.
23rd Nov '14 10:11:21 PM Ezclee4050
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* LenoDevice: Real life television correspondent Howard K. Smith gives a commentary about Hal Philip Walker.
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