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ink perstar Lorett London for the filmed biogrr exclusively to to I from a singoo CLIVE RANGER tildren. Four of the, 4 born before she Y. was Mooney traged her to she made her Honk 'd, I'm A lion'', 4 Girl, the faiD across Amen, oting it around wff xy's radio used to stay one-bedrecl s. We ate only 0" a day. )oney and me Shee GORDON BLA II 0-WORSIIIP is acs' business to ti 0 American ce new film 14 0 7 0 .4, viewed on the is one of the in, 0' who idolised the o' 1 without Dean.

ice he starred on Brando the, Vietnam OOMER i i i 1 :..4. 4. ..2 4 4 ,.4.,4 't lo i 1 Blondie l' m. he cheated husband needs me tve) wh beehrough a le lot to get her." Inking, his womanising 4 drinking, Loretta has eUre he takes a drink," me. "He has been Vcing for twenty years, 4s got it licked ow.

he' Arid there certainly i L'e been other women. 011eY's a soft touch for taWoman who him. There was a when I'd have taken but I've changed." 4111 Coal Miner's Daugh-1-r reviewed top right) iiQret, Sissy' r) aeek, a tches Mooney WHY LORETTA MISSED HER BRITISH PREMIERE in the back seat of a car with another woman. "When I saw the film in Las Vegas that bit hurt," Loretta says. "I turned my head and closed my ears.

"Seeing all that stuff on but my the screen with everything that's ever happened to me blown up larger than life thought to myself: 'Loretta, is this smart "But my life ain't any different from anyone else's. Sure, there have been some problems. I'm in the public eye and what they see is some good, and some bad. I regret some of it, but then Mooney and me have been together a long time." Now a multi-millionairess with a acre ranch, a holiday home in the exclusive resort of Mazatlan in Mexico, a yacht, and a private jet, Loretta knows she still doesn't have enough to buy the happiness she wants. That happiness depends on how Mooney gets through this the months to come.

4 5 ....4 2 r. ....1::::" 1 4 A r. 1 ...5.....: 1 111 1t; 4L .2.7 i 5 i. iiki i 1 4 1:: 1::: Sissy Spacek (left) meets the real Loretto Lynn. BY THE PRINCESS OF PUNK LONDIE bombshell Debbi Harry is used to 11 quite a splash With her outrageous outfits.

But what kind of cir rAosh is involved in the rear view (left) of. he Monroe-lookalike 4 in9ing star is not clear, When delicious "ebbie, 35, dropped in 41 friends in New York he looked, from behind; as if a bowl of omething messy had ropped in her lop. The princess of pun Noined her poise fo a frontal photo. Elondie fans or naturally worried about umours that the group are on the brink of a split. But Debbie's Britis admirers have the co nalation that she wil, I t)" be eearin i 1 er first film, nio which opens i on April 16.

7 tejects 'grave-robbing ter Ap oca ypse ow (ho se has joined the ranks I se stars who have the of film rol s. has had many offers '43' the part of James the egendary actor lied In a car crash in andre who remains a tu thi Sheen, 40, who bears 4,474 resemblance to the theZ Fifties idol, turned all down though a Dean movie could make him a fortune. was a product of the Fifties. "He was to the cinema What Elvis Presley was to music. With their emergence it seemed all things were "I think it's a mistake to try to make their 'life stories.

They made the best statements about themselves in their work. "I'll never do it. To me it would be like robbing a grave," said Sheen, who helped organise tributes on the 25th anniversary of Dean's death. He was asked to appear in an American TV remake of East of Eden, the Steinbeck story in which Dean starred in the 195115. "Anyone who takes on the role of James Dean is only going to impersonate him." Sheen refused.

He explained: "Like me Dean li 40,.... i 3 I 4 ii.4 1 4: 't. i 1 her 001. UP Debbie regains Last week's ratings in brackets 1 (1) Jealous Music (4) Klngs Of The Wild The Ants 3 (10) Klds In ilde 4 (-) This Old i Stevens (5) Do The To Cocst (2) 7 (16) Exlocies (14) Four From (7) Something Bout You Baby I Quo 10 (6) Southern 11 (3) Shaddup You Dolce 12 (10) Once In A 13 (8) St Valentine's Omy Mssseers Girischool 14 (19) You Better You Who 15 (15) Dee 10 I Missed Collins 17 (12) (Somebody) Help Me Beggor Co 18 Jones The Gong 19 Mind Of A 20 129) On Order Supplied by New Musical Express fortune 14 I ii: ii Cti -1: 2 1 1 Dean: Dead hero PAGE 29 THE STORIES WHEN FAMIt NE SPOILS LOVE FILMS COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER, the new film telling the fascinating true story of top American Country and Western singer Loretta Lynn, is at its best recounting the years before she found fame. It begins In the mining area of Kentucky, where played by Sissy Spacekgrew up as the favourite daughter of a loving but poor family.

Before her fourteenth birthday she was wooed and wed by a LOOPHOLE, a Rififi-style thriller, Is blessedly free of violence and fourletter words. Instead, it relies on the Albert Finney ingenuity of its plot. A thriller goes down the drain Albert Finney plays a gentleman crook who plans to drill into the "impregnable" vault of a City of London bank from the sewer below. To guide him, he picks a young American architect (Martin Sheen), newly made redundant and with huge financial commitments. The film holds the attention most of the time but never generates real excitement, and Finney and Sheen are wasted on totally unconvincing Empire, Leicester Square, London.

young soldier (nicely played by Tommy Lee Jones). And she was twenty, and the mother of four, before she strummed her first to her by her doting husband. The gesture marked the beginning of a new phase in her life. It also signals a change of mood in the film. Up to this point, it has a special quality, with British director Michael Apted capturing beautifully the strangeness of the setting From here on, it becomes yet another variation on the pressures-ofshowbiz theme.

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SUNDAY MIRROR, March 15, 1981.

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