From Nashville with Music (1969)

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In this FICTIONAL film, filled with FICTIONAL people doing FICTIONAL things, Mabel (Marilyn Maxwell) and Arnold (Leo G. Carroll), a couple of sophisticated swells from New York City, are on... See full summary »


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13 September 2006 | davidcorne245
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| From Nashville with talent
This is a visual jukebox of some of the biggest Country stars of the 1960's, including four true giants of the genre, Marty Robbins, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens and Don Gibson. The usual inane plot shouldn't detract from the fact that there is a lot of good country music included in the film. Leo G. Carroll of'The Man from Uncle' fame is partnered with Marilyn Maxwell whose car breaks down and Marty Robbins tour bus stops by to help and he also gives them two tickets for the Grand Ole Opry on which he is the star performer. The main source of irritation in the film comes from Gonzalez-Gonzalez a would be Mexican funny man who unfortunately ain't funny. Amongst the song Robbins sings are 'Singing the Blues', 'Tonight Carmen', 'Green Green Grass of Home' and 'El Paso.'

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