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* RevivalByCommercialization: Music/DollyParton receive a renewed popularly in the 1990s after Whitney Houston covered her song, "I Will Always Love You", even thanking her. Parton regretted never getting a chance to duet with Houston prior towards the latter's death in 2012. Parton expressed her heart-break upon Houston's death.


* AFIS100Years100Songs:
** #65, "I Will Always Love You"


* StillbornFranchise: A sequel was planned, with Princess Diana to play herself opposite Costner. Sadly, it was not to be - Costner received the completed script the day before [[AuthorExistanceFailure Diana died in a car crash]].

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* StillbornFranchise: A sequel was planned, with Princess Diana to play herself opposite Costner. Sadly, it was not to be - Costner received the completed script the day before [[AuthorExistanceFailure [[AuthorExistenceFailure Diana died in a car crash]].


* StillbornFranchise: A sequel was planned, with Princess Diana to play herself opposite Costner. Sadly, it was not to be - Costner received the completed script the day before Diana died in a car crash.

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* StillbornFranchise: A sequel was planned, with Princess Diana to play herself opposite Costner. Sadly, it was not to be - Costner received the completed script the day before [[AuthorExistanceFailure Diana died in a car crash.crash]].


* SavedFromDevelopmentHell: The film was originally proposed in the mid-'70s, starring Music/DianaRoss and Creator/SteveMcQueenActor, but was rejected as "too controversial". The film concept was to be attempted again in the late 1970s, with Ryan O'Neal and Diana Ross cast as the leads. The project fell through after only a few months because of irreconcilable differences between O'Neal and Ross, who had been dating.

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* SavedFromDevelopmentHell: The film was originally proposed in the mid-'70s, starring Music/DianaRoss and Creator/SteveMcQueenActor, but was rejected as "too controversial". The film concept was to be attempted again in the late 1970s, with Ryan O'Neal Creator/RyanONeal and Diana Ross cast as the leads. The project fell through after only a few months because of irreconcilable differences between O'Neal and Ross, who had been dating.


** Music/PatBenatar, Music/KimCarnes, [[Music/{{Blondie}} Debbie Harry]], Music/JoanJett, Music/JanetJackson, Music/{{Madonna}}, and Music/DollyParton were considered for Rachel Marron.

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** Music/PatBenatar, Music/KimCarnes, [[Music/{{Blondie}} Debbie Harry]], Music/JoanJett, Music/JanetJackson, Music/{{Madonna}}, and Music/DollyParton were considered for Rachel Marron.


* SavedFromDevelopmentHell: The film was originally proposed in the mid-'70s, starring [[Music/TheSupremes Diana Ross]] and Creator/SteveMcQueenActor, but was rejected as "too controversial". The film concept was to be attempted again in the late 1970s, with Ryan O'Neal and Diana Ross cast as the leads. The project fell through after only a few months because of irreconcilable differences between O'Neal and Ross, who had been dating.

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* SavedFromDevelopmentHell: The film was originally proposed in the mid-'70s, starring [[Music/TheSupremes Diana Ross]] Music/DianaRoss and Creator/SteveMcQueenActor, but was rejected as "too controversial". The film concept was to be attempted again in the late 1970s, with Ryan O'Neal and Diana Ross cast as the leads. The project fell through after only a few months because of irreconcilable differences between O'Neal and Ross, who had been dating.

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** At one point, the film was going to star Creator/RutgerHauer and Creator/WhoopiGoldberg.


* CastingGag: You could say casting Whitney as the Singer-Turned-Actress is this... ''The Bodyguard'' was her first actual movie.



** Music/PatBenatar, Music/KimCarnes, [[Music/{{Blondie}} Debbie Harry]], Music/JoanJett, Music/JanetJackson, Olivia Newton-John, Music/{{Madonna}}, Music/TerriNunn, and Music/DollyParton were considered for Rachel Marron.
** Creator/KevinCostner asked Creator/PaulNewman to play his father, but he declined, as the part was too small.

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** Creator/DenzelWashington turned down the role of Frank in favour of ''Film/MalcolmX''.
** Music/PatBenatar, Music/KimCarnes, [[Music/{{Blondie}} Debbie Harry]], Music/JoanJett, Music/JanetJackson, Olivia Newton-John, Music/{{Madonna}}, Music/TerriNunn, and Music/DollyParton were considered for Rachel Marron.
** Creator/KevinCostner asked Creator/PaulNewman to play his father, but he declined, as the part was too small.small.
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* HeyItsThatPlace: Rachel's mansion is the same mansion as Jack Woltz's in ''Film/The Godfather''.

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* HeyItsThatPlace: Rachel's mansion is the same mansion as Jack Woltz's in ''Film/The Godfather''.''Film/TheGodfather''.



** Music/PatBenatar, Music/KimCarnes, [[Music/{{Blondie}} Debbie Harry]], Music/JoanJett, Music/JanetJackson, Olivia Newton-John, Music/{{Madonna}}, Music/TerriNunn, and Music/DollyParton were considered for Rachel Marron.

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** Music/PatBenatar, Music/KimCarnes, [[Music/{{Blondie}} Debbie Harry]], Music/JoanJett, Music/JanetJackson, Olivia Newton-John, Music/{{Madonna}}, Music/TerriNunn, and Music/DollyParton were considered for Rachel Marron.Marron.
** Creator/KevinCostner asked Creator/PaulNewman to play his father, but he declined, as the part was too small.


** Music/PatBenatar, Music/KimCarnes, [[Music/{{Blondie}} Debbie Harry}}, Music/JoanJett, Music/JanetJackson, Olivia Newton-John, Music/{{Madonna}}, Music/TerriNunn, and Music/DollyParton were considered for Rachel Marron.

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** Music/PatBenatar, Music/KimCarnes, [[Music/{{Blondie}} Debbie Harry}}, Music/JoanJett, Harry]], Music/JoanJett, Music/JanetJackson, Olivia Newton-John, Newton-John, Music/{{Madonna}}, Music/TerriNunn, and Music/DollyParton were considered for Rachel Marron.


** Music/PatBenatar, Music/KimCarnes, [[Music/{{Blondie Debbie Harry}}, Music/JoanJett, Music/JanetJackson, Olivia Newton-John, Music/{{Madonna}}, Music/TerriNunn, and Music/DollyParton were considered for Rachel Marron.

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** Music/PatBenatar, Music/KimCarnes, [[Music/{{Blondie [[Music/{{Blondie}} Debbie Harry}}, Music/JoanJett, Music/JoanJett, Music/JanetJackson, Olivia Newton-John, Newton-John, Music/{{Madonna}}, Music/TerriNunn, and Music/DollyParton were considered for Rachel Marron.


** Music/PatBenatar, Music/KimCarnes, [[Music/{{Blondie Debbie Harry}}, Music/JoanJett, Music/JanetJackson, Olivia Newton-John, Music/{{Madonna}}, Music/TerriNunn, and Music/DollyParton were considered for Rachel Marron.

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** Music/PatBenatar, Music/KimCarnes, [[Music/{{Blondie Debbie Harry}}, Music/JoanJett, Music/JoanJett, Music/JanetJackson, Olivia Newton-John, Newton-John, Music/{{Madonna}}, Music/TerriNunn, and Music/DollyParton were considered for Rachel Marron.


* ActorInspiredElement: It was Creator/KevinCostner's idea for Music/WhitneyHouston to start "I Will Always Love You" a capella.



* HeyItsThatPlace: Rachel's mansion is the same mansion as Jack Woltz's in ''Film/The Godfather''.
* SavedFromDevelopmentHell: The film was originally proposed in the mid-'70s, starring [[Music/TheSupremes Diana Ross]] and Creator/SteveMcQueenActor, but was rejected as "too controversial". The film concept was to be attempted again in the late 1970s, with Ryan O'Neal and Diana Ross cast as the leads. The project fell through after only a few months because of irreconcilable differences between O'Neal and Ross, who had been dating.
* StillbornFranchise: A sequel was planned, with Princess Diana to play herself opposite Costner. Sadly, it was not to be - Costner received the completed script the day before Diana died in a car crash.



** A sequel was planned, with Princess Diana to play herself opposite Costner. Sadly, it was not to be - Costner received the completed script the day before Diana died in a car crash.

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** A sequel was planned, with Princess Diana to play herself opposite Costner. Sadly, it was not to be - Costner received the completed script the day before Diana died in a car crash.Music/PatBenatar, Music/KimCarnes, [[Music/{{Blondie Debbie Harry}}, Music/JoanJett, Music/JanetJackson, Olivia Newton-John, Music/{{Madonna}}, Music/TerriNunn, and Music/DollyParton were considered for Rachel Marron.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Rachel was originally going to sing "What Becomes of the Broken Hearted" instead of "I Will Always Love You", before ''Film/FriedGreenTomatoes'' used the former song. In fact, it was Costner who suggested "Love You" be used in the film, saying it would work better.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: WhatCouldHaveBeen:
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Rachel was originally going to sing "What Becomes of the Broken Hearted" instead of "I Will Always Love You", before ''Film/FriedGreenTomatoes'' used the former song. In fact, it was Costner who suggested "Love You" be used in the film, saying it would work better.better.
** A sequel was planned, with Princess Diana to play herself opposite Costner. Sadly, it was not to be - Costner received the completed script the day before Diana died in a car crash.

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