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Pearl Butler (1927–1988)

Pearl Butler was born on September 20, 1927 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. She was married to Carl Butler. She died on March 1, 1988 in Franklin, Tennessee. See full bio »

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 2016 11.22.63 (TV Mini Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Happy Birthday, Lee Harvey Oswald (2016) ... (performer: "Loving Arms" - uncredited)
 1968-1969 The Porter Wagoner Show (TV Series) (performer - 2 episodes)
- Carl and Pearl Butler (1969) ... (performer: "Our Rendezvous", "We'll Sweep Out The Ashes In The Morning")
- Carl and Pearl Butler (1968) ... (performer: "Forbidden Street", "Alone Without You", "Don't Let Me Cross Over")
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 1977 All You Need Is Love (TV Series documentary)
 1963-1976 The Porter Wagoner Show (TV Series)
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- Jeanne Pruett/Carl and Pearl Butler (1976) ... Self - Guest
- Carl and Pearl Butler (1973) ... Self - Guest
- Carl and Pearl Butler (1969) ... Self - Guest
- Carl and Pearl Butler (1968) ... Self - Guest
- Carl and Pearl Butler (1963) ... Self - Guest
 1954 Cas Walker Farm and Home Hour (TV Series)
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 1999 Bravo Profiles (TV Series documentary)
 1996 Dolly Parton: Treasures (TV Movie documentary)

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Best known for providing harmony on her husband, Carl Butler's No. 1 country song, "Don't Let Me Cross Over." That song spent 11 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard magazine's country singles chart in early 1963.

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