They came out of Utah to take the pop world by storm. They created an empire unlike any other in show business history. The Osmond family took their own road to stardom and kept true to their ideals in the face of fame. Both immensely popular and widely derided, they dominated the airwaves, had a top TV show and sold more than 80 million records. But after making the 70s their own, they all but disappeared in the next decade. From their humble beginnings to Donnie and Marie’s all-new show, this programme tells the complete story of The Osmonds. Intimate and authoritative, this programme features recollections from the Osmond family as well as singer Andy Williams, Rolling Stone editor David Wild and the president of Curb Records. This programme contains some fantastic performance material and rare archive footage capturing the band at their height through to the present day.
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Release Date: 03 November 2003
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification
Main Language: English