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June Carter (Character)
from Walk the Line (2005)
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- "Drunk History"
- American Music (2014) TV episode, Played by Laura Hudock (as June Carter Cash)
- Jamie Clarke's Perfect: Jackson Town (2013) (V) Played by Nadine Knobloch
- Ring of Fire (2013) (TV) Played by Mary Stewart Sullivan / Leah Peasall / Jewel Kilcher (as June Carter Cash)
- My Father and the Man in Black (2012) Played by Elli Hollands / Elli Hollands (as June Carter Cash) / Jennifer Phillips (as June Carter Cash)
- Walk the Line (2005) Played by Reese Witherspoon
Johnny Cash: Saul, There is one question that burns in our minds. Do you believe that Jesus of Nazareth is the Messiah as prophesied by the Old Testament? Do you believe in His Divinity?
[Original Source: Letter from Johnny Cash to Saul Holiff; April 28, 1975]
Saul Holiff: John, I can't honestly answer your question about Jesus. Years of sounding off about things I haven't fully investigated has resulted in a need for a mental catharsis.
[Original Source: Letter from Saul Holiff to Johnny Cash; May 20, 1975]
June Carter Cash: For Saul, Dear Lord, in your book of predestined, preordained, if it's not there - I wish you'd write down ol' Saul's name. Back when excuses had to fall it was Saul who took the call, and looked you straight in the face and followed Johnny every place, in bars, honky- tonks and ditches - ol' Saul caught the heavy pitches - and threw them back just as hard. He fought to keep John in the yard.
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