The movie implies that John was dropped by RCA shortly after the release of his "Greatest Hits" album, which was released in 1973. Later on in the movie, John is in the studio recording the song "Flying For Me". This song was on John's "One World" album, which was his final album with RCA in 1986. See more »
My father was John Denver's photographer, and spent over 20 years travelling around the world with him. When he saw this, he called everyone he knew and was saying, "hey, did you see 'The Hal Thau Story'?" He then must have told me about 20-something anachronisms that occured in this film. I cracked up myself at the total lameness of John Denver's character talking in a voice that didn't even sound like him, and then lip-synching to crappy old recordings. It could have been good, but the director obviously had no idea who John Denver was as a person.
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