"4 Film Favorites: Country Western Collection - Pure Country / Honeysuckle Rose / The Ballad Of Little Jo / Macon County Line" - This Collection includes "Pure Country", "Honeysuckle Rose", "The Ballad of Little Jo", and "Macon County Line". "Pure Country": George Strait already had 25 chart-topping hits when he made his film debut in "Pure Country". He plays Dusty, who ditches his superstar C&W career to rediscover his simple roots...and finds that the simple life can be complex when his manager (Lesley Ann Warren) retaliates. "Honeysuckle Rose": Willie Nelson is "On the Road Again" for a film that's not autobiographical yet knows its highways and byways well. Dyan Cannon, Amy Irving and Slim Pickens join Nelson in a film that has the knack for providing the right song at the right time. Get on the bus. "The Ballad of Little Jo": Suzy Amis gives a stunning performance as a woman who discovers that the Wild West is no place for a lady - unless she's disguised as a man. This fascinating film inspired by a true story proves that our heroes have sometimes been... cowgirls. After bearing an illegitimate child, society girl Josephine Monaghan (Amis) leaves home in disgrace. On the road west, she discovers that a woman alone is sexual prey for any man - so she disguises herself as a boy. "Macon County Line": Chicago is a long way back. What stretches ahead are girls and good times. Brothers Chris and Wayne Dixon are lead-footing their convertible through the backwoods South, whooping it up before signing up with Uncle Sam. But good times are about to take a detour. The boys have crossed the "Macon County Line".
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