PG | | Comedy, Drama, Music
Clint Eastwood sings in this movie and previously sang in "Paint Your Wagon (1969)," where he sang the songs "Elisa", "Gold Fever", "I Talk to the Trees", and a duet with Lee Marvin called "Best Things". According to ClintEastwood.Net, the songs "were mostly staged and sometimes simply played over the other action, almost as if they were a kind of narration." Eastwood is also heard on the soundtrack for "Kelly's Heroes (1970)," where he sings the songs "Burning Bridges" and its B-side, "When I Loved Her". Eastwood's voice can also be heard on such country and western recordings as Randy Travis' "Smokin' the Hive" and T.G. Sheppard's "Make My Day".
What's a girl like you going to do in Nashville? Have you any money or friends? What are you gonna do, live in the streets?
Marlene: The Lord will provide.
Red Stovall: He'd better provide you a way of gettin' there, too.
At 1:51:28 in the movie, Uncle Red takes a slug of Southern Comfort in his bed. There is a bar code clearly visible on the label of the bottle.
ABC edited 7 minutes from this film for its 1986 network television premiere.
$667,727 19 December 1982