Southern Voices, American Dreams (1985)

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Duane Allman ... Himself (archive footage)
Gregg Allman ... Himself
Dickey Betts ... Himself (as Dickie Betts)
Jimmy Carter ... Himself
Jimmy Hall Jimmy Hall ... Himself
Gerry Hogan Gerry Hogan ... Himself
Paul Hornsby Paul Hornsby ... Himself
Hal Needham ... Himself
Sid Pike Sid Pike ... Himself
Jody Powell Jody Powell ... Himself
Gerald Rafshoon Gerald Rafshoon ... Himself (as Gerry Rafshoon)
Burt Reynolds ... Himself
Ed Spivia Ed Spivia ... Himself
Ted Turner ... Himself
Phil Walden Phil Walden ... Himself
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USA

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English

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October 1985 (USA) See more »

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Documentary on the South
13 September 2006 | by dnlwssSee all my reviews

I watched this in Virginia Brooks' "Non-fiction" film class and it was basically a solute to the worse president of American history - Jimmy Carter. This can not be called a "Non-fiction," because it was one sided. The facts were tilted one way without giving real evidence. I can't believe anyone would want to see it. It was part of the class, so I had to sit through it. So to sum it all up; there were hippies supposedly revolutionizing the world and making the south fit for filming, showing famous people coming from the south, and boring scenery in between it all. So if you are a dried up hippy, Jimmy Carter lover, communist or just a boring person who likes boring movies then this is the boring film for you.


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