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Anna Nicole (2013)

Not Rated | | Biography, Drama | TV Movie 29 June 2013
The life of Anna Nicole Smith, from small town dancer to Playboy centerfold, to her marriage to a billionaire, and her eventual self destruction.

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Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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J. Howard Marshall
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Older Danny
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E. Pierce Marshall
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Virgie Arthur
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7 Year Old Vicky Lynn
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14 Year Old Vicky Lynn (as Alexa Blair)
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Burke Jones
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Cole Harris
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Anna Nicole Smith was a single mother from Texas who became the biggest supermodel in the world, but her sudden catapult to fame came with a price, as drugs, alcohol and reckless behavior led her down a tragic path. Written by Anonymous

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29 June 2013 (USA)  »

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The Anna Nicole Story  »

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Anna Nicole Smith was the daughter of retired Harris County Deputy Virgie Hart. See more »

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When Daniel visits Anna in the hospital to see his baby sister, she tells him she named her Dannielynn after her brother. In reality, she was originally named Hannah Rose. Anna only legally changed it to Dannielynn after Daniel's death. See more »

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Anna Nicole Smith: [picks up phone; sighs] This is Anna Nicole.
Georges Marciano: It's your agent, Anna. I just got word from Marciano at Guess. It seems they might've heard about all that crazy crap you did at the hotel.
Anna Nicole Smith: [scoffs] They were, like, spyin' on me?
Georges Marciano: [almost deadpan] They didn't need to, Anna; you weren't exactly discreet. Seems they've decided not to pick up the last two years of your contract.
Anna Nicole Smith: Well, forget them, then; just find me something... bigger, something better.
Georges Marciano: Actually, Anna, we've decided we're terminating our ...
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Written by Becky Jerams & Steve O'Neill
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Well done - funny, touching, bizarre and tragic
29 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a well made sympathetic and thorough biopic. It's often hilarious, touching, bizarre and tragic as only the crazy life of Anna Nicole could be. Lifetime did a good job putting together the stranger than fiction life story showing the audience what they needed to see without being overly exploitative.

The cast performs well. Agnes Bruckner doesn't look that much like Anna, she is a bit more intelligent looking and not so bombshell like but she acts well and she evokes sympathy for the character. Virginia Madsen as Anna's mother is good. Martin Landau is terrific as Howard Marshall. He really acts like a frail elderly man smitten.

Could have shown a bit about the paternity battle for Anna's daughter at the end.


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