THE COAL MINER’S DAUGHTER (Theatrical Release USA 1980)

 Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.7|5.0 Starsìììì

The Coal Miner’s Daughter—based on the autobiography of Loretta Lynn—is refreshingly WOW! entertainment. Earthy, real, almost award winning…some of Sissy Spacek’s best work and does a very young Tommy Lee Jones’ career no disfavors. It’s a comfort film as it promotes the rise from absolute poverty to a position of wealth. It’s a great chick flick that boosts belief in the impossible dream and success in achieving, realization, and materialization of the dream.

Storyline

Looks into the life of country western star, Loretta Lynn.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Michael Apted for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producer Bob Larson for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Loretta Lynn (Sissy Spacek), Doolittle Lynn (Tommy Lee Jones), Ted Webb (Levon Helm), Clary Webb (Phyllis Boyens-Liptak), Webb Child (Bill Anderson Jr.), Webb Child (Malla McCown), Webb Child (Foister Dickerson), Webb Child (Pamela McCown), Webb Child (Kevin Salvilla), Lee Dollarhide (William Sanderson), Betty Sue Lynn (Sissy Lucas), Jack Benny Lynn (Pat Patterson), Ernest Ray Lynn (Brian Warf), and Cissy Lynn (Elizabeth Watson).


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Yes. One of the best works of Director Michael Apted (The World Is Not Enough). Great piece of entertainment that reaches to the soul. Worth both time and money to view.

 Ben Meyers

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