Heartworn Highways (1981)

Heartworn Highways


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In this performance documentary highlighting several Country and Western music artists, the director James Szalapski has decided to let the music speak for itself, eschewing narration and interviews. A little comic relief is provided by a rambling, humorous introduction to a song sung by Gamble Rogers, and there are some down-home shots of the folks in Wigwam Tavern in Nashville. Many of the singers are entertaining in their own right, and there are interesting segments, such as one sequence in … More

Rating: R
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Documentary
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Written By: James Szalapski
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On DVD: Dec 16, 2003

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