Dolly: The Ultimate Collection from Time Life is out now with an MSRP of $49.99. You can call her The Queen of Country, an award-winning songwriter, actress, television star, philanthropist, business mogul, icon, and American treasure but to her millions of fans, she’s known simply as Dolly. From the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee to international super-stardom .
Dolly Parton has spent the last 50 years singing and laughing her way into our hearts. And now, for the first time ever at retail, the greatest video highlights from Dolly’s iconic, unforgettable career are together in one singular 6-disc collection available at Walmart and other select retailers!
From her start out of Nashville in the ‘60s through her own spectacular variety shows in the ‘70s and ’80s and beyond, Dolly has done it all and in 6-inch heels! DOLLY: THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION includes some of the greatest star-studded episodes from her fan-favorite 80s variety show, a special Christmas disc, Dolly’s unforgettable 2009 “Live from London” concert, and more!
Across 6 DVDs, Dolly’s passionate fans will thrill to:
11 star-studded episodes of Dolly's variety show from the '80s with guest appearances by Oprah Winfrey, Kenny Rogers, Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Willie Nelson, The Smothers Brothers, and more!
A special Christmas disc featuring A Down Home Country Christmas with Mac Davis and Burl Ives, and Bob Hope’s Jolly Christmas Show
Dolly's unforgettable Live From London concert
Plus the 2019 BBC documentary Dolly Parton: Here I Am
My Opinion: Dolly Parton has been a huge part of my childhood between my mom, grandmother, sister, and uncle listening to her music. She is truly talented and through it all stayed grounded and level-headed.
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