Starring Sylvester Stallone, Dolly Parton, Richard Farnsworth, Ron Leibman, Tim Thomerson and Penny Santon, "Rhinestone" (also known as "Senkrechtstarter, Der", "Nick lo scatenato") is a Comedy/Musical film directed by Bob Clark, and written by Phil Alden Robinson (screenplay), released on June 20 of 1984 in the USA.
A rip roaring, hard lovin' comedy hit with wonderful new songs by Dolly Parton [Video Australia]
Who is the director of "Rhinestone":
Rhinestone was directed by Bob Clark, an American director, producer, writer, actor, and cinematographer.
Before Rhinestone, Bob Clark had directed A Christmas Story, released in 1983, Porky's II: The Next Day (1983), Porky's (1982), Tribute (1980), Breaking Point (1976), and Black Christmas (1974). Since, he directed From the Hip, released in 1987, Loose Cannons (1990), I'll Remember April (1999), Baby Geniuses (1999), Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004), and From Here to Infirmity (2006).
When was "Rhinestone" released:
Rhinestone was first released in the United States on Wednesday, June 20, 1984. Other films released on Wednesday, June 20, 1984 are Girls Nite Out (dir. Robert Deubel) and Marigolds in August (dir. Ross Devenish). This was thirty-five (35) years ago.
What is the casting of "Rhinestone":
At the casting of Rhinestone we find Sylvester Stallone, previously seen in Staying Alive (1983) and First Blood (1982); Dolly Parton (Nine to Five (1980)); Richard Farnsworth (The Natural (1984), Independence Day (1983)) [ more... ]
- Tony Munafo and Sylvester Stallone have both also be seen in Lock Up, released in 1989.
- Tony Munafo and Sylvester Stallone also worked together in Over the Top, released in 1987.
- Sylvester Stallone and Tony Munafo can also be seen in Rambo: First Blood Part II, released in 1985.
- Sylvester Stallone and Tony Munafo also appeared together in The Specialist, released in 1994.
What is the Storyline of "Rhinestone":
Jake Farris (Dolly Parton), a country singer stuck in a long-term contract performing at a sleazy urban cowboy nightclub in New York City, boasts to the club's manager, Freddie (Ron Leibman), that she can make anybody into a country sensation, insisting that she can turn any normal guy into a country singer in just two weeks. Freddie accepts Jake's bet, putting up the remainder of Jake's contract (if she wins the bet, the contract becomes void; if she loses, another five years will be added). He then ups [...]
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