When the documentary “Branson,” which comes to the Los Angeles Film Festival this weekend, catches an ornery Johnny Cash impersonator named Jackson Cash playing for free lunch at a food court in a Branson, Missouri, mall, it was flashback time for me.
I’ve never been in the food court, but I was in that mall in the spring of 1992 -- walking alongside the real Johnny Cash as he pushed a shopping cart through the men’s department of Wal-Mart.
He tossed eight pairs of black socks into the cart, threw in a pair of shiny black sweatpants … and then, i...
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