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Doll's Eyes

The book Doll's Eyes was made into the movie In Dreams.

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Book details for Doll's Eyes

Doll's Eyes was written by Bari Wood. The book was published in 1993 by Avon Books (Mm). More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

Bari Wood also wrote Twins (1977).

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Movie details for In Dreams

The movie was released in 1999. In Dreams was produced by White Star. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com and also IMDb.

Actors on this movie include Roy Orbison.

 

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"Roy Orbison is the greatest singer in the world." -Elvis Presley. Roy Orbison: In Dreams is the definitive chronicle of Roy Orbison's incredible career, told in his own words as only he could tell it. This revealing program includes classic music perfo... Read More
"Roy Orbison is the greatest singer in the world." -Elvis Presley. Roy Orbison: In Dreams is the definitive chronicle of Roy Orbison's incredible career, told in his own words as only he could tell it. This revealing program includes classic music performance, personal home movies, photos, location footage and interviews with the stars Roy Orbison touched with his music. The remarkable body of work by Roy Orbison is tied not to any one decade, but virtually the entire life span of rock `n' roll. He began his career in the 50's, a friend and contemporary of Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash, and scored eight Top Ten hits between 1940 and 1964 with songs like Only The Lonely, Running Scared, Dream Baby, Crying, In Dreams, It's Over, and Oh, Pretty Woman, becoming one of the only American artists to ride out the British Invasion. He was inducted in the Rock `N' Roll Hall Of Fame and joined the Traveling Wilburys alongside Bob Dylan, Tom Petty and George Harrison in the 80's. In the 90's, his posthumous album, Mystery Girl, became the biggest selling album of his illustrious career. "In 1975, when I went into the studio to make "Born To Run", I wanted to make a record with words like Bob Dylan, that sounded like Phil Spector…but most of all, I wanted to sing like Roy Orbison." - Bruce Springsteen. "His great gift was to turn the pain and bad luck that he experienced into groundbreaking songs. - Bono. Guest Stars: Bruce Springsteen, Robert Plant, Bono, Jeff Lynne, Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb, Bill Wyman, Chris Isaak, Bernie Taupin, k d lang, Raul Malo, Dwight Yoakum, David Lynch, Martin Sheen, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chet Atkins, Emmy Lou Harris.