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After a big-time country singer brags that she can turn anybody into a country-singin' star, she must attempt to make good on her boast with a cab driver. He's scheduled to sing at a NYC country night club, and she puts her powers to work in preparing her protégé.


Ron Leibman
as Freddie
Jesse Welles
as Billie Joe
Thomas Ikeda
as Japanese Father
Christal Kim
as Japanese Grandmother
Arline Miyazaki
as Japanese Mother
Dean Smith
as Cowboy Doorman
David Cobb
as Countryman
Speck Rhodes
as Mr. Polk
Stan Yale
as Street Player
Robert Cook
as Scary Jan
Cindy Perlman
as Esther Jean
Bobby Martini
as Bartender
Dan Munson
as Bouncer
Jordan Myers
as Doorman
Bill Dearth
as Doorman
Julee Erdahl
as Waitress
Shelley Pogoda
as Photographer
Laura Kingsley
as The Snorer
Rod Ball
as Heckler/Bettor
Troy Evans
as Heckler/Bettor
Tony Compton
as Heckler
Gary Compton
as Heckler
Dean Webber
as Cut N' Slice Heckler
Don Warden
as Wild Possums Band
Dean Wein
as Heckler
Mark Anderson
as Cut N' Slice Band
Mike Baird
as Rhinestone House Band
Jill Gordon
as Heckler
Chip Heller
as Heckler
Larry Weiss
as Heckler
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Critic Reviews for Rhinestone

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Audience Reviews for Rhinestone

Although there is a discernible plot, the steps along the plot are not discernible. Terrible acting and even worse singing are the most distinctive features of this hapless 80's film. Nevertheless, it's still kind of fun in a bad-movie, lighthearted way.

Christian C
Christian C

Super Reviewer

Saw this trapped on an airplane over the Pacific Ocean. Jumping out of the plane was considered. How Dolly got talked into this I will never know. The idea that she could turn Sly into a singer is preposterous, and the movie proves it. Total waste of time. money and talent (Dolly, not Sly.) It gets one star because Dolly is worth watching, even in trash like this.

Cindy I
Cindy I

Super Reviewer

Singularly unwatchable 80s "comedy" that's country & western cross between Fame and My Fair Lady. With Sylvester Stallone. Draw your own conclusions...

xGary Xx
xGary Xx

Super Reviewer

This is one of the worst movies you will ever see in your life. Not even Dolly Parton's chest could save it.

Michael Gildea
Michael Gildea

Super Reviewer

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