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In Dreams: The Roy Orbison Story (1999)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Biography, Music | TV Movie 1999
This feature documentary chronicles the incredible career of the late artist with classic performance footage, home movies, and photographs. Featuring interviews with Bruce Springsteen, k.d... See full summary »

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Mark Hall
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Roy Orbison ... Self (archive footage)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pete Anderson Pete Anderson ... Self
Chet Atkins ... Self
Jeff Ayeroff Jeff Ayeroff ... Self
Bono ... Self
Johnny Cash ... Self
Jack Clement Jack Clement ... Self
Elvis Costello ... Self
The Everly Brothers The Everly Brothers ... Themselves
Fred Foster Fred Foster ... Self
Barry Gibb ... Self
Maurice Gibb ... Self
Robin Gibb ... Self
Emmylou Harris ... Self
George Harrison ... Self
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This feature documentary chronicles the incredible career of the late artist with classic performance footage, home movies, and photographs. Featuring interviews with Bruce Springsteen, k.d. lang, Chet Atkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Bee Gees, Bernie Taupin, David Lynch, Martin Sheen, Robert Plant and Bono. The soundtrack showcases Roy's greatest hits including Only The Lonely, Crying, Pretty Woman, In Dreams, Running Scared and You Got It.

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Canada

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English

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1999 (Canada) See more »

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The documentary of Roy Orbison's career in music is told in film clips and includes an interview with Monument Records owner/producer 'Fred Foster' as well as testimonials from fellow artists. See more »

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Well documented unbiased account of the Big O
8 January 2007 | by kevins-20See all my reviews

This is a remarkable DVD that manages to capture much of the life and times of Roy Orbison in such a way that does credit to it's creators. The stories and filming of well known muso's and management make this a brilliant documentary as well as a way to get to know Roy from different angles. Having read the biography of Roy ('Dark Star')I now have a more complete picture as well as a greater respect for some of those that knew and worked with Roy in this film's depiction. I have spent a lot of time researching Roy's early years and frustrations that he experienced in the 50's - this film manages to concentrate on the later years which complete the lifetime career of a unique talent from a unique person. Well done for a job well done.


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