|3: The Dale Earnhardt Story 2004 TV, 92 min.|
Director: Russell Mulcahy
Cast: Barry Pepper, Elizabeth Mitchell, Andrea Powell, J.K. Simmons, Craig S. Harper, Sean Bridgers, Greg Thompson, David Sherrill, David Wilson, Teresa Delgado, Joe Chrest, Michael Flippo, Ron Prather, Chad McCumbee, Marshal McGee
This biography of NASCAR racing legend Dale Earnhardt (Barry Pepper) follows Dale from his childhood through his rise in racing, to becoming the most well-known racer in the U.S., to his death in the last lap of the 2001 Daytona 500. Made for ESPN TV.
|Hounddog 2008 R, 102 min.|
Genre: Drama / Musical
Director: Deborah Kampmeier
Cast: Dakota Fanning, Piper Laurie, David Morse, Robin Wright Penn, Afemo Omilami, Isabelle Fuhman, Cody Hanford, Ryan Pelton, Christoph Sanders, Jill Scott, Frank Hoyt Taylor, Jody Thompson, Ron Prather, Sean Andrew Wallace, William Smith Yelton
In the 1950s, young Lewellen (Dakota Fanning) lives with her religious zealot Grammie (Piper Laurie) and alcoholic Daddy (David Morse) in rural Alabama. Lewellen finds comfort in her dreams of singing with her idol Elvis Presley (Ryan Pelton). Her best friend Buddy (Cody Hanford) promises her a ticket to an Elvis Presley show–if she will meet him at the watering hole. She goes to the watering hole, but Buddy betrays her, and Wooden's Boy (Christoph Sanders) rapes her, which changes her life. Now, with help from medicine man Charles (Aferno Omilami), Lewellen learns more about her beloved blues music and finds hope for the future.
|Return to Macon County 1975 PG, 89 min.|
Director: Richard Compton
Cast: Nick Nolte, Don Johnson, Robin Mattson, Robert Viharo, Eugene Daniels, Matt Greene, Devon Ericson, Ron Prather, Philip Crews, Laura Sayer, Walt Guthrie, Mary Ann Hearn
Bo Hollinger (Nick Nolte) and Harley McKay (Don Johnson) pick up a psychotic young woman, Junell (Robin Mattson), and as they proceed on their highway travels, Bo becomes obsessed with Junell.
|1. 3: The Dale Earnhardt Story (2004)|
2. Hounddog (2008)
3. Return to Macon County (1975)
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