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Naomi & Wynonna: Love Can Build a Bridge (1995)

TV-PG | | Biography, Drama, Music | TV Movie 14 May 1995
Based on the lives of mother-daughter singers the Judds.

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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Larry Strickland
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Polly Judd
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Young Naomi (Diana) Judd
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Ashley Judd
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Michael Ciminella
Joshua Schaefer ...
Brian
Laura Morgan
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Girl in wheelchair
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Early Teen Ashley Judd
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Dolly Parton
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Based on the lives of mother-daughter singers the Judds.

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Biography | Drama | Music

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Bruce Greenwood portrays the stepfather of Ashley Judd (played by Megan Ward). Greenwood later played the husband of Ashley Judd's character in Double Jeopardy (1999). See more »

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MINING CAMP BLUES
by Trixie Smith
Performed by The Judds
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Touching
8 January 2000 | by See all my reviews

This is a beautiful (true) story about the relationship between a mother and her daughter, and their struggle to make it to the top in the music world. It is about hopes and dreams... about relationships and about growing up. The actors make great performances, and the chemistry between Naomi and Wynonna is extraordinary. One second they love and support each other, the next they can't stand each other. Reminds me so much of my relationship to my own mother. The music is great (even though Naomi is singing in a whisper - you can't hardly hear her!). They story is touching and feels close to real life. Very nice to see actress Ashley Judd ('and he loved them all') play herself as well as narrate the story.

I give it 8/10! An all-time favorite.


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