Coal Miners Daughter (1980)

Release Date: 18 August 2003 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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Michael Apted directs this biographical drama which charts the life and career of legendary country music singer Loretta Lynne (Sissy Spacek). One of eight children born to struggling Kentucky coal miner Ted Webb (Levon Helm), Loretta marries Doolittle 'Mooney' Lynne (Tommy Lee Jones) and has four children of her own by the time she is 20. After being spotted singing in local bars, she is picked up by a small Canadian record label and heads to Los Angeles to record a demo. Desperate to take advantage of Loretta's initial success, Doolittle plans an extensive promotional tour and the pair set out on a journey across the country in a bid to push the new record. However, although Loretta's star continues to rise, the stresses of trying to raise a family combined with an exhausting touring schedule begin to take their toll on the young singer. The cast also includes Beverly d'Angelo, Phyllis Boyens and William Sanderson.

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Region 2
Running Time: 124 minutes
Production Year: 1980
Main Language: English
Release Date: 18 August 2003
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance
Catalogue No: 8200778