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The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
- Burt Reynolds

Overview - Reynolds is the local sheriff who is more interested in keeping the town's most popular business open than carrying out the letter of the law. Parton is the whorehouse madame who also happens to hold the sheriff's interest. Academy Award Nominations: Best Supporting Actor--Charles Durning.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Reynolds is the local sheriff who is more interested in keeping the town's most popular business open than carrying out the letter of the law. Parton is the whorehouse madame who also happens to hold the sheriff's interest. Academy Award Nominations: Best Supporting Actor--Charles Durning.

Cast List

Robert Mandan - American actor, SOAP
Noah Beery Jr. - Actor, THE ROCKFORD FILES
Jim Nabors - American TV Actor/Singer
Theresa Merritt
Barry Corbin - American TV/Film Actor
Colin Higgins - Screenwriter/Director
Dolly Parton - American Singer/Actress
Burt Reynolds - American actor, director
Lois Nettleton - Actress, NAKED CITY (1960)

 
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  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 114
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 025192022029
  • Genre: Musicals
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: September 2010

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Movies > Musical & Performing Arts
Movies > Musicals

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Synopsis:
Madame Mona Stangely and her sheriff boyfriend Ed Earl Dodd battle publicity-seeking politicians and the Moral Majority to prevent the closing of the "Chicken Ranch," a notorious Texas whorehouse.

Notes:
Universal produced both the stage and the film versions of "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas." The stage musical opened in New York in April, 1978, and ran until March, 1982, for a total 1584 performances, not counting its return engagement soon after. Estimated budget: $26 million. Filmed in Technicolor and Panavision.

Reviews:
"...Rollicking, good-natured, a bit spicy and with just enough heart..." - 07/21/1982 Variety

 
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