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Take Me Home: The John Denver Story (2000)

Biopic about the musical career and life of American singer-songwriter John Denver.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Annie Denver
Hal Thau
Wezley Morris ...
Stefanie Walmsley ...
Anna Kate
Gage Giles ...
Young John Denver
Kelly Dean Sereda ...
Byron Lucas ...
Frat Guy
Student Producer
Kurt Evans ...
Production Assistant


Biopic about the musical career and life of American singer-songwriter John Denver.

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30 April 2000 (USA)  »

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A História de John Denver  »

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1.78 : 1
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Depicted playing "Country Road" on stage in 1972, Denver's backup band has an electric bass. In the 1970s, Denver always toured and recorded with an acoustic bass. See more »


References Oh, God! (1977) See more »

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12 June 2000 | by (US) – See all my reviews

After both reading and listening to John's autobiography in his own words, it's pretty clear that much of the movie is inaccurate to say the least and seemed to take on the counter story of Annie Denver. Many details were different from the book and many things left out. John was made to look 'goofy' which is not ever, at any time, the way I've ever perceived him to be. I grew up with John...I listened to his music and the words that he spoke; truth being, he was a deep, thoughtful individual who at his worst was just human. I believe too that he did accept responsibility for his own screw-ups...although that part was more closely relayed in this movie than other issues. I would love to see someone really come along a do a great mini-series on John. After all, how can you sum up this wonderful person in just a couple of hours. I have to say that I still miss him and think he was taken way too soon; and for those people who didn't care or understand who John was, all I can say is this movie isn't going to help much. Most of all, I'm sorry that you missed out on such a great person who has done more than any one person I know personally.

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