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(New page: Henry Gibson plays this Nudie-suit-wearing country music traditionalist old timer in Robert Altman's sprawling 1975 film [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0073440 Nashville]. He has all the best s...)
 
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Henry Gibson plays this Nudie-suit-wearing country music traditionalist old timer in Robert Altman's sprawling 1975 film [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0073440 Nashville]. He has all the best songs, if you ask me (which you didn't), like: "We Must Be Doing Something Right," "For the Sake of the Children," and "Keep A-Goin'" It's all the more impressive when you consider that the stars all wrote their own songs in the movie. (see also [[Connie White]], [[Barbara Jean]], [[Tommy Brown]], [[Linnea Reese]], [[Sueleen Gay]], [[The Smokey Mountain Laurels]] and [[Tom, Bill & Mary]]).
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Henry Gibson plays this Nudie-suit-wearing country music traditionalist old-timer in Robert Altman's sprawling 1975 film ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073440/combined Nashville]''.  
  
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He has all the best songs, if you ask (which you didn't), like: "We Must Be Doing Something Right," "For the Sake of the Children," and "Keep A-Goin'" It's all the more impressive when you consider that the stars all wrote their own songs in the movie.
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See also [[Connie White]], [[Barbara Jean]], [[Tommy Brown]], [[Linnea Reese]], [[Sueleen Gay]], [[The Smokey Mountain Laurels]] and [[Tom, Bill & Mary]]
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[[Category:1975|Hamilton, Haven]]
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[[Category:Nashville|Hamilton, Haven]]
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[[Category:Country music|Hamilton, Haven]]

Revision as of 08:42, 6 November 2017

Henry Gibson plays this Nudie-suit-wearing country music traditionalist old-timer in Robert Altman's sprawling 1975 film Nashville.

He has all the best songs, if you ask (which you didn't), like: "We Must Be Doing Something Right," "For the Sake of the Children," and "Keep A-Goin'" It's all the more impressive when you consider that the stars all wrote their own songs in the movie.

See also Connie White, Barbara Jean, Tommy Brown, Linnea Reese, Sueleen Gay, The Smokey Mountain Laurels and Tom, Bill & Mary