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Wendie Jo Sperber,
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Karl T. Hirsch
Some of Roseanne's childhood is depicted for us. Some of her adulthood is depicted for us. Some of her controversial material is portrayed for us. RESULT: Some of the four star rating go to this movie (about **1/2). Typically uneven, uninformative made-for-TV movie.
Film's major virtue is Danielle Harris in her tiny role as Roseanne's daughter.
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