Coal Miner's Daughter

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Coal Miner's Daughter is a 1980 biographical film about legendary country music singer Loretta Lynn.

Directed by Michael Apted. Screenplay by Thomas Rickman; based on the autobiography by Loretta Lynn and George Vecsey.

Loretta Lynn

  • [after discovering Mooney with a young woman] I'm warning you, Doolittle, I'd better not ever catch you with trash like that again! I mean it!
  • [after hearing about Patsy Cline's death] She can't be dead, Doo! We're goin' shopping! Who am I gonna talk to now?

* Stoppa that growlin', Doo. You sound like an ol' bar or somethin'.,,

  • [Doo has come home hungry but can't stomach Lorettie's cookin and grumbles, "Grrrrrr'. ] Loretta says to Doo
    Stopamakin' dat noise, Doo...ya soun' lak an ol' baahr agrawlin'

Patsy Cline

  • [Loretta and Doolittle are fighting in the parking lot] Get in the car, Loretta! Get in the damn car and drive, Charlie!
  • [to Loretta] I'll call you on Monday and we'll go shopping. Anything we can't buy, we'll make. Anything we can't make, we'll steal!

Dialogue

Loretta Lynn: [in a radio interview] Shoot, we've been driving so much, I don't know where I am half the time. But it's fun. We sing, and talk, and Doo - that's my husband - he'll get to acting horny.
Speedy West: [shocked] What!
Loretta Lynn: And the more I laugh, the hornier he gets, and then he'll say "Loretta, spread me up another one of them baloney sandwiches!"
Radio station manager: [later] I don't know where in the hell you think are, lady, but that part of smut don't go in this part of the country!
Loretta Lynn: I didn't know it was dirty! I thought "horny" meant cuttin' up and acting silly!
Radio station manager: And cut up that dumb hillbilly act!
Doolittle Lynn: If you knew Loretta, you'd know that ain't no act.
Loretta Lynn: Thank you, honey.

Cast

External links

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