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Just My Imagination (1992)

A woman lives a normal, peacefull life in a small town until the day when a famous rock star who went to college with her quotes and cites her in one of his songs.

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Jeremy Sticher
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Governor
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Peggy
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Donald Pierce
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Mrs. Sherwin
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Mrs. DeWitt
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Carl Chester
Gilbert Lewis ...
Mr. Anderson
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Elizabeth Thompson
Lynn Milgrim ...
Maryann Birch
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Woman at Party
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Shilda Hawk
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Brenda Sands
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Arnold Mayer
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Pally Thompson
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A woman lives a normal, peacefull life in a small town until the day when a famous rock star who went to college with her quotes and cites her in one of his songs. Written by Volker Boehm

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Comedy | Music

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21 December 1992 (USA)  »

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The Girl in the Song Title  »

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Entertaining fantasy
27 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

Maybe this movie had extra meaning for me since I grew up in a small town in the South, and wanted to taste the bright lights eventually. Fortunately, I got to do that, although I never lost the hometown values--kept coming back to them.

Jean Smart remains an incredible and quite lovely actress, who can take movie goers through a wide range of emotions. I had not seen Tom Wopat previously, and I thought he played the part well. Interesting that in real life Jean Smart is the daughter of a teacher, and plays one in this movie.

I recommend this movie highly, especially for people who have dreamed of big city life and fame.


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