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Dolly Parton

Soundtrack | Music Department | Production Manager

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Television in Production (1 title)YEAREPISODE COUNTSTATUS
  • Primary photo for Access HollywoodAccess Hollywood (TV Series) Herself (13 episodes, 2006–2013), Writer ("9 to 5" (uncredited), "Together You & I" (uncredited), "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Together You & I" (uncredited), "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2006–2013 13 Filming
    • Episode dated 6 December 2013 (Dec 6, 2013) Herself  Less
    • Episode dated 31 October 2013 (Oct 31, 2013) Herself  Less
    • Episode dated 28 July 2011 (Jul 28, 2011) Herself, Performer ("Together You & I" (uncredited), "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("9 to 5" (uncredited), "Together You & I" (uncredited), "I Will Always Love You")  Less
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Past Film & Video (93 titles)YEARBUDGETU.S. GROSS
  • Primary photo for Dollywood's a Christmas CarolDollywood's a Christmas Carol Ghost of Christmas Past, Composer  Less 2013
  • Primary photo for About TimeAbout Time Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2013 $15MM
  • Primary photo for This Is the EndThis Is the End Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2013 $32MM $101MM
  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton's My PeopleDolly Parton's My People Herself, Writer  Less 2013
  • Primary photo for Inequality for AllInequality for All Performer ("9 to 5") (uncredited), Writer ("9 to 5") (uncredited)  Less 2013 $1.2MM
  • Primary photo for Promised LandPromised Land Performer ("Even Cowgirls Get The Blues")  Less 2012 $15MM $7.6MM
  • Primary photo for The DictatorThe Dictator Writer ("9 to 5")  Less 2012 $65MM $60MM
  • Primary photo for Joyful NoiseJoyful Noise G.G. Sparrow, Performer ("Not Enough", "From Here To The Moon and Back", "Higher Medley", "He's Everything"), Writer ("Not Enough", "From Here To The Moon and Back", "He's Everything")  Less 2012 $25MM $31MM
  • Primary photo for HickHick Performer ("Island in the Stream")  Less 2011 $7MM
  • Primary photo for OliveOlive Original Songs  Less 2011 $400K
  • Primary photo for Hollywood to DollywoodHollywood to Dollywood Herself, Performer ("Travelin' Thru", "White Limozeen", "Jolene", "Shattered Image", "I'm Gone", "Will He Be Waiting For Me", "God's Coloring Book", "Sha-Kon-O-Hey", "Celebrate The Dreamer In You", "Tennessee Homesick Blues", "Coat of Many Colors", "Family", "Sugar Hill", "Full Circle"), Writer ("Travelin' Thru", "White Limozeen", "Jolene", "Shattered Image", "I'm Gone", "Will He Be Waiting For Me", "God's Coloring Book", "Sha-Kon-O-Hey", "Celebrate The Dreamer In You", "Tennessee Homesick Blues", "Coat of Many Colors", "Family", "Sugar Hill", "Full Circle")  Less 2011
  • Primary photo for The Year Dolly Parton Was My MomThe Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom Herself (voice), Featuring The Music Of, Performer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly"), Writer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "The Grass Is Blue", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "The Seeker", "Little Sparrow"), Heartfelt Thanks  Less 2011
  • Primary photo for Gnomeo & JulietGnomeo & Juliet Dolly Gnome (voice)  Less 2011 $85MM $100MM
  • Primary photo for Putty HillPutty Hill Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2010 $48K
  • Primary photo for Gingerdead: The Adventures of Nella & NelloGingerdead: The Adventures of Nella & Nello (Video) Music ("Backwoods Babies")  Less 2010 $10K
  • Primary photo for First DogFirst Dog Original Songs, Performer ("Eager To Please", "Family of Friends", "Somebody's Missing You"), Writer ("Eager To Please", "Family of Friends", "Somebody's Missing You"), Special Thanks  Less 2010 $6MM
  • Primary photo for Rare Southern Gospel Singing CelebrationRare Southern Gospel Singing Celebration (Video) Performer ("The Seeker"), Writer ("The Seeker")  Less 2010
  • Primary photo for Country's Greatest Stars Live: Vol. 1Country's Greatest Stars Live: Vol. 1 (Video) Performer ("Here You Come Again", "Muleskinner Blues (Blue Yodel #8)", "Cowgirl And The Dandy", "The Seeker/All I Can Do/Jolene/Two Doors Down/I Will Always Love You", "Hey Good Lookin'/Your Cheatin' Heart/Cold, Cold Heart/I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry/I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)/You Win Again/I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry/I Saw The Light/Jambalaya"), Writer ("The Seeker/All I Can Do/Jolene/Two Doors Down/I Will Always Love You")  Less 2010
  • Primary photo for The White Stripes Under Great White Northern LightsThe White Stripes Under Great White Northern Lights Writer ("Jolene")  Less 2009
  • Primary photo for Whip ItWhip It Performer ("Jolene"), Writer ("Jolene")  Less 2009 $15MM $13MM
  • Primary photo for The Queens of CountryThe Queens of Country (Video) Arranger ("Comin' For To Carry Me Home"), Performer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly", "Silver Threads and Golden Needles", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "The Sweetest Gift", "Bury Me Beneath The Willow Tree", "I Will Always Love You", "China Grove", "Feelings", "My Funny Valentine", "All I Can Do", "Every Loner Has To Go Alone", "Knock Three Times", "Bad, Bad LeRoy Brown", "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands", "Joshua", "Spanish Eyes", "Brown Eyed Handsome Man", "Blue Eyes Cryin' In The Rain", "Comin' For To Carry Me Home"), Writer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly", "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You", "All I Can Do", "Joshua")  Less 2009
  • Primary photo for Dr. Robert F. Thomas: The Great Smoky Mountain Horseback Healer of Body and SoulDr. Robert F. Thomas: The Great Smoky Mountain Horseback Healer of Body and Soul Herself, Performer ("Dr. Robert F. Thomas"), Writer ("Dr. Robert F. Thomas"), Extra Special Thanks  Less 2009
  • Primary photo for LimoLimo Writer ("Apple Jack")  Less 2009 €3.5MM
  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton & Friends: Love Always - Live from TexasDolly Parton & Friends: Love Always - Live from Texas (Video) Performer ("Train, Train", "Little Sparrow", "Shine", "Mountain Angel", "Marry Me", "A Tender Lie", "I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Little Sparrow", "Mountain Angel", "Marry Me", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You")  Less 2009
  • Primary photo for White Lightnin'White Lightnin' Performer ("It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels")  Less 2009
  • Primary photo for The Love GuruThe Love Guru Writer ("9 to 5")  Less 2008 $62MM $32MM
  • Primary photo for Hannah Montana: One in a MillionHannah Montana: One in a Million (Video) Performer ("True Friend")  Less 2008
  • Primary photo for Opry Video Classics: DuetsOpry Video Classics: Duets (Video) Performer ("Holding On to Nothin'", "If Teardrops Were Pennies"), Writer ("Put It Off Until Tomorrow")  Less 2007
  • Primary photo for Opry Video Classics: LegendsOpry Video Classics: Legends (Video) Performer ("Coat of Many Colors"), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors")  Less 2007
  • Primary photo for Opry Video Classics: Love BalladsOpry Video Classics: Love Ballads (Video) Performer ("I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2007
  • Primary photo for Opry Video Classics: QueensOpry Video Classics: Queens (Video) Performer ("Jolene"), Writer ("Jolene")  Less 2007
  • Primary photo for Opry Video Classics: The Hall of FameOpry Video Classics: The Hall of Fame (Video) Performer ("Joshua"), Writer ("Joshua")  Less 2007
  • Primary photo for SlipstreamSlipstream Performer ("Coat Of Many Colors"), Writer ("Coat Of Many Colors")  Less 2007 $6K
  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton & FriendsDolly Parton & Friends (Video) Arranger ("Comin' For To Carry Me Home"), Performer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly", "Silver Threads and Golden Needles", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "The Sweetest Gift", "Bury Me Beneath The Willow", "I Will Always Love You", "China Grove", "Feelings", "My Funny Valentine", "All I Can Do", "Every Loner Has To Go Alone", "Knock Three Times", "Bad, Bad LeRoy Brown", "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands", "Joshua", "Spanish Eyes", "Brown Eyed Handsome Man", "Blue Eyes Cryin' In The Rain", "Comin' For To Carry Me Home", "Foggy Mountain Top", "Let Me Be There", "The Battle of New Orleans", "Drift Away", "Me and Little Andy", "The Night Life", "Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms", "I Believe In Music", "Proud Mary", "Rhinestone Cowgirl", "Take These Chains From My Heart", "Lovin' You"), Writer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly", "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You", "All I Can Do", "Joshua", "Me and Little Andy")  Less 2007
  • Primary photo for For the Love of DollyFor the Love of Dolly Herself, Special Thanks  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for Brad Paisley: The Video CollectionBrad Paisley: The Video Collection (Video) Performer ("When I Get Where I'm Going")  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton: The Acoustic Collection, 1999-2002Dolly Parton: The Acoustic Collection, 1999-2002 (Video) Performer ("Seven Bridges Road", "Travelin' Prayer", "Shine", "I'm Gone", "Dagger Through The Heart", "The Grass Is Blue"), Writer ("I'm Gone", "Little Sparrow", "Dagger Through The Heart", "The Grass Is Blue")  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for Best of Country Live!Best of Country Live! (Video) Performer ("Suspicious Minds")  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for Kenny Rogers: The JourneyKenny Rogers: The Journey (Video) Performer ("Islands In The Stream")  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for Sugar Hill Records: A RetrospectiveSugar Hill Records: A Retrospective (Video) Performer ("Shine")  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for Today's Country MusicToday's Country Music (Video) Performer ("Train, Train")  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for The KingThe King Performer ("There will be Peace in the Valley for Me" (1939))  Less 2005 $281K
  • Primary photo for Behind the Scenes at Dolly Parton's Dixie StampedeBehind the Scenes at Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede (Video) Herself, Performer ("Color Me America"), Writer ("Color Me America")  Less 2005
  • Primary photo for Chasing Rainbows: An Insiders Tour of the Chasing Rainbows Museum with Dolly PartonChasing Rainbows: An Insiders Tour of the Chasing Rainbows Museum with Dolly Parton (Video) Herself - Tour Guide, Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Chasing Rainbows", "Little Tiny Tassletop", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 to 5", "Color Me America"), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Chasing Rainbows", "Little Tiny Tassletop", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 to 5", "Color Me America", "I Will Always Love You"), Very Special Thanks  Less 2005
  • Primary photo for Dolly's Imagination PlayhouseDolly's Imagination Playhouse (Short) Herself, Performer ("I Believe In You", "Song of Friends", "You Gotta Be"), Writer ("I Believe In You", "Song of Friends", "You Gotta Be")  Less 2005
  • Primary photo for TransamericaTransamerica Performer ("Travelin' Thru"), Producer ("Travelin' Thru"), Writer ("Travelin' Thru")  Less 2005 $1MM $9MM
  • Primary photo for Shakespeare Was a Big George Jones Fan: 'Cowboy' Jack Clement's Home MoviesShakespeare Was a Big George Jones Fan: 'Cowboy' Jack Clement's Home Movies Herself, Performer ("Just Someone I Used To Know")  Less 2005
  • Primary photo for White Stripes: Under Blackpool LightsWhite Stripes: Under Blackpool Lights (Video) Writer ("Jolene")  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton: Live & WellDolly Parton: Live & Well (Video) Herself, Executive Producer, Producer, Performer ("Orange Blossom Special", "Train, Train", "The Grass Is Blue", "Mountain Angel", "Shine", "Little Sparrow", "Rocky Top", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Coat of Many Colors", "Smokey Mountain Memories", "Applejack", "Marry Me", "Halos And Horns", "I'm Gone", "Dagger Through The Heart", "If", "After The Gold Rush", "9 to 5", "Jolene", "A Cappella Medley: Islands In The Steam/Here You Come Again/Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That?/Two Doors Down", "We Irish", "Stairway to Heaven", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("The Grass Is Blue", "Mountain Angel", "Little Sparrow", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Coat of Many Colors", "Smokey Mountain Memories", "Applejack", "Marry Me", "Halos And Horns", "I'm Gone", "Dagger Through The Heart", "9 to 5", "Jolene", "Two Doors Down", "We Irish", "I Will Always Love You")  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for Love Is Like a ButterflyLove Is Like a Butterfly (Short) Music  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for GarfieldGarfield Writer ("9 to 5" (1980))  Less 2004 $35MM $75MM
  • Primary photo for Singing SongwritersSinging Songwriters (Video) Performer ("Mountain Angel"), Writer ("Mountain Angel")  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton & Friends on the Country TrainDolly Parton & Friends on the Country Train (Video) Performer ("Train, Train", "Little Sparrow", "Shine", "Mountain Angel", "Marry Me", "A Tender Lie", "I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Little Sparrow", "Mountain Angel", "Marry Me", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You")  Less 2003
  • Primary photo for TarnationTarnation Performer ("A Lil' Ole Bitty Pissant Country Place"), Thanks  Less 2003 $218 $592K
  • Primary photo for We Shall Behold Him: A Tribute to Dottie RamboWe Shall Behold Him: A Tribute to Dottie Rambo (Video) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Stand By The River")  Less 2003
  • Primary photo for Our CountryOur Country Herself, Performer ("Turn, Turn, Turn (To Everything There is a Season)")  Less 2003
  • Primary photo for Sweet Home AlabamaSweet Home Alabama Performer ("Marry Me"), Writer ("Marry Me")  Less 2002 $38MM $127MM
  • Primary photo for Frank McKlusky, C.I.Frank McKlusky, C.I. Edith McKlusky  Less 2002
  • Primary photo for Moulin Rouge!Moulin Rouge! Writer ("Elephant Love Medley")  Less 2001 $52MM $57MM
  • Primary photo for Country LegendsCountry Legends (Video) Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "Jolene"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "Jolene")  Less 2001
  • Primary photo for Sweet NovemberSweet November Performer ("Heart Door")  Less 2001 $40MM $25MM
  • Primary photo for Eva & Adam - Fyra födelsedagar och ett fiaskoEva & Adam - Fyra födelsedagar och ett fiasko Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2001
  • Primary photo for Hedwig and the Angry InchHedwig and the Angry Inch Writer ("I Will Always Love You"), Special Thanks  Less 2001 $6MM $3MM
  • Primary photo for SongcatcherSongcatcher Performer ("When Love Is New"), Writer ("When Love Is New")  Less 2000 $1.8MM $3.1MM
  • Primary photo for Elämää itsemurhan jälkeenElämää itsemurhan jälkeen Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 1999
  • Primary photo for Office SpaceOffice Space Writer ("9 to 5" (1980))  Less 1999 $10MM $11MM
  • Primary photo for Another Day in ParadiseAnother Day in Paradise Writer ("Here I Am")  Less 1998 $4.5MM $1MM
  • Primary photo for Paradise Road: The Life and Songs of Dolly PartonParadise Road: The Life and Songs of Dolly Parton (Short) Herself, Performer ("Paradise Road", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Paradise Road", "I Will Always Love You")  Less 1998
  • Primary photo for The ApostleThe Apostle Performer ("Shine On"), Writer ("Shine On")  Less 1997 $5MM $21MM
  • Primary photo for Annabelle's WishAnnabelle's Wish (Video) Performer ("Silent Night", "Something Bigger Than Me")  Less 1997
  • Primary photo for BulletproofBulletproof Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 1996 $25MM $21MM
  • Primary photo for It's My PartyIt's My Party Performer ("I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You"), Special Thanks  Less 1996 $617K
  • Primary photo for Dollywood: A Memory Worth RepeatingDollywood: A Memory Worth Repeating (Video) Herself, Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Appalachian Memories", "Heartsong", "Coat of Many Colors", "Something Fishy", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Appalachian Memories", "Heartsong", "Coat of Many Colors", "Something Fishy", "I Will Always Love You", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Applejack"), Special Thanks  Less 1996
  • Primary photo for Vanessa-Mae: The Red Hot Tour - Live at the Royal Albert HallVanessa-Mae: The Red Hot Tour - Live at the Royal Albert Hall (Video) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 1995
  • Primary photo for HeartsongHeartsong Herself, Performer ("Heartsong", "God's Coloring Book", "Love is Like a Butterfly", "Applejack", "Runaway Feeling", "He's Alive", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Heartsong", "God's Coloring Book", "Love is Like a Butterfly", "Applejack", "Runaway Feeling", "I Will Always Love You")  Less 1995
  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton: In CountryDolly Parton: In Country (Video) Performer ("Calling My Children Home")  Less 1994
  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton: In the MoviesDolly Parton: In the Movies (Video) Performer ("9 to 5"), Writer ("9 to 5")  Less 1994
  • Primary photo for The Crazy World of Dolly PartonThe Crazy World of Dolly Parton (Video) Performer ("9 to 5", "Calling My Children Home"), Writer ("9 to 5")  Less 1994
  • Primary photo for Beethoven's 2ndBeethoven's 2nd Performer ("The Day I Fall in Love")  Less 1993 $15MM $53MM
  • Primary photo for The Beverly HillbilliesThe Beverly Hillbillies Herself, Performer ("IF YOU AIN'T GOT LOVE"), Producer ("IF YOU AIN'T GOT LOVE"), Writer ("IF YOU AIN'T GOT LOVE")  Less 1993 $44MM
  • Primary photo for The BodyguardThe Bodyguard Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 1992 $25MM $122MM
  • Primary photo for NFL CountryNFL Country (Video) Performer ("Runaway Feelin'"), Writer ("Runaway Feelin'")  Less 1992
  • Primary photo for Straight TalkStraight Talk Shirlee Kenyon, Original Songs Written & Performed By, Performer ("Blue Grace", "The Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "Dirty Job", "Blue Me", "Straight Talk", "Fish Out of Water", "Burning", "Livin' a Lie", "You Thought I Couldn't Dance", "Burning to Burned", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning (reprise)"), Writer ("Blue Grace", "The Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "Dirty Job", "Blue Me", "Straight Talk", "Fish Out of Water", "Burning", "Livin' a Lie", "You Thought I Couldn't Dance", "Burning to Burned", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning (reprise)")  Less 1992 $21MM
  • Primary photo for Steel MagnoliasSteel Magnolias Truvy Jones  Less 1989 $84MM
  • Primary photo for Pink CadillacPink Cadillac Performer ("Two Doors Down"), Writer ("Two Doors Down")  Less 1989 $12MM
  • Primary photo for Young CountryYoung Country (Video) Performer ("Those Memories of You")  Less 1988
  • Primary photo for RhinestoneRhinestone Jake Farris, Composer, Performer ("Tennessee Homesick Blues", "One Emotion After Another", "What a Heartache", "Stay Out of My Bedroom (If You Can't Take the Heat), "Woke Up In Love", "God Won't Get You", "Sweet Lovin' Friends", "Butterflies", "Be There"), Writer ("Tennessee Homesick Blues", "Too Much Water", "One Emotion After Another", "Goin' Back to Heaven", "What a Heartache", "Stay Out of My Bedroom (If You Can't Take the Heat), "Woke Up In Love", "God Won't Get You", "Drinkenstein", "Sweet Lovin' Friends", "Waltz Me to Heaven", "Butterflies", "Be There")  Less 1984 $28MM
  • Primary photo for The Best Little Whorehouse in TexasThe Best Little Whorehouse in Texas Mona Stangley, Composer (additional songs), Music Supervisor, Performer ("A Lil' Ole Bitty Pissant Country Place", "Sneakin' Around", "Hard Candy Christmas", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Sneakin' Around", "Where Stallions Run", "I Will Always Love You")  Less 1982 $35MM $70MM
  • Primary photo for Nine to FiveNine to Five Doralee Rhodes, Performer ("Nine To Five"), Writer ("Nine To Five")  Less 1980 $103MM
  • Primary photo for Norma RaeNorma Rae Performer ("It's All Wrong, But It's All Right" (1978)) (uncredited), Writer ("It's All Wrong, But It's All Right" (1978)) (uncredited)  Less 1979
  • Primary photo for Alice Doesn't Live Here AnymoreAlice Doesn't Live Here Anymore Performer ("I Will Always Love You" (1973)) (uncredited), Writer ("I Will Always Love You" (1973)) (uncredited)  Less 1974 $1.8MM
  • Primary photo for The Nashville SoundThe Nashville Sound Herself, Performer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Just Someone I Used to Know"), Writer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy")  Less 1970
  • Primary photo for The Road to NashvilleThe Road to Nashville Writer ("Put It Off Until Tomorrow")  Less 1967
Past Television (315 titles)YEAREPISODE COUNT
  • Primary photo for The Big Interview with Dan RatherThe Big Interview with Dan Rather (TV Series) Performer ("Jolene", "Blue Smoke", "9 to 5", "Comin' For to Carry Me Home", "Foggy Mountain Top", "Here You Come Again", "Wabash Cannon Ball", "I Will Always Love You", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Woke Up In Love", "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain", "Islands In The Stream", "You Can't Make Old Friends", "I'm Gone", "Backwoods Barbie", "Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 2014), Herself (1 episode, 2014), Writer ("Jolene", "Blue Smoke", "9 to 5", "Comin' For to Carry Me Home", "I Will Always Love You", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Woke Up In Love", "I'm Gone", "Backwoods Barbie", "Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 2014)  Less 2014 1
    • Dolly Parton (Apr 14, 2014) Herself, Performer ("Jolene", "Blue Smoke", "9 to 5", "Comin' For to Carry Me Home", "Foggy Mountain Top", "Here You Come Again", "Wabash Cannon Ball", "I Will Always Love You", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Woke Up In Love", "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain", "Islands In The Stream", "You Can't Make Old Friends", "I'm Gone", "Backwoods Barbie", "Coat of Many Colors"), Writer ("Jolene", "Blue Smoke", "9 to 5", "Comin' For to Carry Me Home", "I Will Always Love You", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Woke Up In Love", "I'm Gone", "Backwoods Barbie", "Coat of Many Colors")  Less
  • Primary photo for TodayToday (TV Series) Herself (13 episodes, 1984–2014), Performer ("High Sierra") (1 episode, 1999), Performer ("Color Me America") (1 episode, 2003), Performer ("Not Enough") (1 episode, 2012), Writer ("Color Me America") (1 episode, 2003), Writer ("Not Enough") (1 episode, 2012), Writer ("I'm Gone", "9 to 5", "Halos and Horns") (1 episode, 2002), Writer ("9 To 5", "Honky Tonk Songs") (1 episode, 1998), Performer ("I'm Gone", "9 to 5", "Halos and Horns") (1 episode, 2002), Performer ("9 To 5", "Honky Tonk Songs") (1 episode, 1998)  Less 1984–2014 13
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  • Primary photo for SunriseSunrise (TV Series) Herself (3 episodes, 2006–2014), Performer ("9 to 5", "Here You Come Again", "Islands In The Stream", "Straight Talk", "Together You and I", "Jolene", "Queen Latifah Rap", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2014), Writer ("9 to 5", "Straight Talk", "Together You and I", "Jolene", "Queen Latifah Rap", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2014)  Less 2006–2014 3
    • Episode #1.819 (Feb 12, 2014) Herself, Performer ("9 to 5", "Here You Come Again", "Islands In The Stream", "Straight Talk", "Together You and I", "Jolene", "Queen Latifah Rap", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("9 to 5", "Straight Talk", "Together You and I", "Jolene", "Queen Latifah Rap", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
    • Episode dated 30 October 2013 (Oct 30, 2013) Herself  Less
    • Episode dated 9 February 2006 (Feb 9, 2006) Herself  Less
  • Primary photo for BreakfastBreakfast (TV Series) Writer ("Jolene", "9 to 5") (1 episode, 2014), Performer ("Jolene", "9 to 5", "Islands In The Stream") (1 episode, 2014), Herself (1 episode, 2014)  Less 2014 1
    • Episode dated 7 February 2014 (Feb 7, 2014) Herself, Performer ("Jolene", "9 to 5", "Islands In The Stream"), Writer ("Jolene", "9 to 5")  Less
  • Primary photo for UnpluggedUnplugged (TV Series) Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2014)  Less 2014 1
    • Miley Cyrus (Jan 29, 2014) Writer ("Jolene")  Less
  • Primary photo for Kenny & Dolly: An Intimate ConversationKenny & Dolly: An Intimate Conversation (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Islands In The Stream", "You Can't Make Old Friends")  Less 2013
  • Primary photo for A Country Christmas StoryA Country Christmas Story (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Jingle Bells"), Writer ("Miss You, Miss Me", "Fiddlin' Around")  Less 2013
  • Primary photo for DaybreakDaybreak (TV Series) Herself (3 episodes, 2011–2013), Performer ("Applejack", "Islands In The Stream", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Applejack", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011–2013 3
    • Episode dated 25 October 2013 (Oct 25, 2013) Herself  Less
    • Episode dated 1 September 2011 (Sep 1, 2011) Herself  Less
    • Episode dated 13 April 2011 (Apr 13, 2011) Herself, Performer ("Applejack", "Islands In The Stream", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Applejack", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for The Queen Latifah ShowThe Queen Latifah Show (TV Series) Writer ("Queen Latifah Rap", "Miss You, Miss Me") (1 episode, 2013), Herself - Guest (1 episode, 2013), Performer ("Queen Latifah Rap", "Miss You, Miss Me") (1 episode, 2013)  Less 2013 1
  • Primary photo for Tu cara me suenaTu cara me suena (TV Series) Writer ("Nine to Five") (1 episode, 2013), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2012)  Less 2012–2013 2
  • Primary photo for Good Morning AmericaGood Morning America (TV Series) Herself / Herself - Performer (16 episodes, 1980–2013), Writer ("9 to 5") (2 episodes, 2005–2011), Performer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Islands in the Stream") (1 episode, 1984), Performer ("Imagine", "9 to 5") (1 episode, 2005), Performer ("Celebrate The Dreamer In You", "9 to 5" (partial)) (1 episode, 2010), Writer ("Celebrate The Dreamer In You") (1 episode, 2012), Writer ("Celebrate The Dreamer In You", "9 to 5" (partial)) (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("Islands In The Stream", "Celebrate The Dreamer In You", "Here You Come Again" (uncredited)) (1 episode, 2012)  Less 1980–2013 16
    • Episode dated 27 September 2013 (Sep 27, 2013) Herself  Less
    • Episode dated 27 November 2012 (Nov 27, 2012) Herself, Performer ("Islands In The Stream", "Celebrate The Dreamer In You", "Here You Come Again" (uncredited)), Writer ("Celebrate The Dreamer In You")  Less
    • Episode dated 2 April 2012 (Apr 2, 2012) Herself  Less
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  • Primary photo for HaKochav HaBaHaKochav HaBa (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2013)  Less 2013 1
    • Episode #1.1 (Sep 17, 2013) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for The X FactorThe X Factor (TV Series) Performer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2008), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2005), Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2013)  Less 2005–2013 3
    • Auditions 3 (Sep 7, 2013) Writer ("Jolene") (uncredited)  Less
    • Episode #5.5 (Sep 13, 2008) Performer ("9 to 5") (uncredited)  Less
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    • Dolly Parton: It's All Wrong, But It's All Right (Mar 24, 2013) Herself, Performer ("It's All Wrong, But It's All Right"), Writer ("It's All Wrong, But It's All Right")  Less
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  • Primary photo for The HourThe Hour (TV Series) Performer ("Jolene", "Islands In The Stream", "Just Because I'm a Woman", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2012), Writer ("Jolene", "Just Because I'm a Woman", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2012), Herself (1 episode, 2012)  Less 2012 1
    • Holiday Special (Dec 24, 2012) Herself, Performer ("Jolene", "Islands In The Stream", "Just Because I'm a Woman", "I Will Always Love You") (uncredited), Writer ("Jolene", "Just Because I'm a Woman", "I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Fox and FriendsFox and Friends (TV Series) Herself / Herself - Guest (10 episodes, 2006–2012), Performer ("9 to 5") (2 episodes, 2010–2011), Writer ("9 to 5") (2 episodes, 2010–2011), Performer ("Great Balls of Fire", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2012), Writer ("Backwoods Barbie") (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("Backwoods Barbie") (1 episode, 2010), Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2012)  Less 2006–2012 10
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    • Episode #25.61 (Nov 28, 2012) Herself - Guest, Performer ("9 To 5", "Islands In The Stream", "Here You Come Again") (uncredited), Writer ("9 To 5") (uncredited)  Less
    • Episode #12.42 (Oct 26, 1999) Herself  Less
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    • Dolly Parton (Nov 27, 2012) Herself, Performer ("Love is Like a Butterfly"), Writer ("Love is Like a Butterfly")  Less
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    • Episode dated 27 November 2012 (Nov 27, 2012) Herself, Performer ("9 To 5", "Honky Tonk Songs", "More Where That Came From") (uncredited), Writer ("9 To 5", "Honky Tonk Songs", "More Where That Came From") (uncredited)  Less
    • Episode dated 6 March 2006 (Mar 6, 2006) Herself  Less
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    • Episode dated 26 November 2012 (Nov 26, 2012) Herself, Performer ("Little Tiny Tasseltop", "9 To 5" (uncredited), "Two Doors Down" (uncredited), "I Will Always Love You" (uncredited), "Here You Come Again" (uncredited)), Writer ("Little Tiny Tasseltop", "9 To 5" (uncredited), "Two Doors Down" (uncredited), "I Will Always Love You" (uncredited))  Less
    • Episode dated 5 April 2012 (Apr 5, 2012) Herself  Less
  • Primary photo for We Will Always Love You: A Grammy Salute to Whitney HoustonWe Will Always Love You: A Grammy Salute to Whitney Houston (TV Movie) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2012
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  • Primary photo for Dancing with the StarsDancing with the Stars (TV Series) Writer ("Sandy's Song") (1 episode, 2007), Soundtrack (1 episode, 2012), Performer ("9 to 5", "Better Get to Livin'") (1 episode, 2007), Performer (1 episode, 2007), Herself - Special Musical Guest (1 episode, 2007), Writer ("9 to 5", "Better Get to Livin'") (1 episode, 2007), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2012)  Less 2007–2012 4
    • Country Music Week (Oct 10, 2012) Soundtrack  Less
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    • Round 1 Results (Sep 26, 2007) Herself - Special Musical Guest, Performer, Performer ("9 to 5", "Better Get to Livin'") (uncredited), Writer ("9 to 5", "Better Get to Livin'") (uncredited)  Less
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  • Primary photo for Avenida BrasilAvenida Brasil (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2012)  Less 2012 1
    • Episode #1.107 (Jul 27, 2012) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
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    • Movie Night (Jun 20, 2012) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for LorraineLorraine (TV Series) Herself (2 episodes, 2011–2012), Performer ("9 To 5") (1 episode, 2012), Writer ("9 To 5") (1 episode, 2012), Writer ("9 to 5", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("9 to 5", "Jolene", "Here You Come Again") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011–2012 2
    • Episode dated 18 June 2012 (Jun 18, 2012) Herself, Performer ("9 To 5") (uncredited), Writer ("9 To 5") (uncredited)  Less
    • Episode dated 13 April 2011 (Apr 13, 2011) Herself, Performer ("9 to 5", "Jolene", "Here You Come Again"), Writer ("9 to 5", "Jolene")  Less
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    • Episode #8.3 (May 28, 2012) Herself, Performer ("True Love Finds A Way", "From Here To The Moon and Back", "From Here To The Moon And Back") (uncredited), Writer ("True Love Finds A Way", "From Here To The Moon and Back", "From Here To The Moon And Back") (uncredited)  Less
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    • Episode dated 8 May 2012 (May 8, 2012) Herself - Guest, Performer ("I Will Always Love You") (uncredited), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
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  • Primary photo for Inside Music RowInside Music Row (TV Series) Performer ("Islands In The Stream", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2012), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2012), Herself (1 episode, 2012)  Less 2012 1
    • Episode #1.252 (May 7, 2012) Herself, Performer ("Islands In The Stream", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You", "Jolene") (uncredited), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You", "Jolene") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Dr SteveDr Steve (TV Series) Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2012), Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "Here You Come Again") (1 episode, 2012), Herself (1 episode, 2012)  Less 2012 1
    • Down Home with Dolly Parton (Apr 28, 2012) Herself, Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "Here You Come Again"), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
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    • Episode dated 30 October 2008 (Oct 30, 2008) Herself, Performer ("Better Get to Livin'", "Shinola"), Writer ("Better Get to Livin'", "Shinola")  Less
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    • Episode dated 14 April 2012 (Apr 14, 2012) Herself, Performer ("9 To 5", "Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel #8)", "Here You Come Again", "I Will Always Love You") (uncredited), Writer ("9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for CMT InsiderCMT Insider (TV Series) Herself (48 episodes, 2004–2012), Writer ("Jolene") (2 episodes, 2009–2011), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (2 episodes, 2012), Performer ("9 to 5", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2006), Writer ("9 to 5", "Get Out and Stay Out") (1 episode, 2008), Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "Better Get to Livin'") (1 episode, 2007), Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "Here You Come Again") (1 episode, 2012), Performer ("When I Get Where I'm Going") (1 episode, 2006), Performer ("Two Doors Down") (1 episode, 2007), Writer ("Two Doors Down") (1 episode, 2007), Writer ("9 to 5", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2006), Writer ("Backwoods Barbie", "9 To 5") (1 episode, 2009), Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "Better Get to Livin'") (1 episode, 2007), Writer ("9 To 5", "Better Get to Livin'") (1 episode, 2007), Performer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2009), Performer ("Backwoods Barbie", "9 To 5") (1 episode, 2009), Performer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2012), Performer ("9 To 5", "Better Get to Livin'") (1 episode, 2007)  Less 2004–2012 50
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    • Episode dated 12 April 2012 (Apr 12, 2012) Herself, Performer ("Backwoods Barbie", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You", "Only Dreamin'") (uncredited), Writer ("Backwoods Barbie", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You", "Only Dreamin'") (uncredited)  Less
    • Episode dated 22 July 2011 (Jul 22, 2011) Herself, Performer ("Together You & I", "Two Doors Down", "Backwoods Barbie") (uncredited), Writer ("Together You & I", "Two Doors Down", "Backwoods Barbie") (uncredited)  Less
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    • Episode #3.106 (Feb 17, 2012) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
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    • Heart (Feb 14, 2012) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
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  • Primary photo for The 54th Annual Grammy AwardsThe 54th Annual Grammy Awards (TV Special) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2012
  • Primary photo for AndersonAnderson (TV Series) Performer ("Jolene", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You", "From Here to the Moon and Back") (1 episode, 2012), Herself - Guest (1 episode, 2012), Writer ("Jolene", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You", "From Here to the Moon and Back") (1 episode, 2012)  Less 2012 1
    • Dolly Parton and the Human Lie Detector (Jan 19, 2012) Herself - Guest, Performer ("Jolene", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You", "From Here to the Moon and Back") (uncredited), Writer ("Jolene", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You", "From Here to the Moon and Back") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Late Show with David LettermanLate Show with David Letterman (TV Series) Herself / Herself - Guest / Musical Guest (13 episodes, 1994–2012), Writer ("Dagger Through the Heart") (1 episode, 2002), Writer ("Little Sparrow") (1 episode, 2005), Performer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("After the Goldrush") (1 episode, 1999), Performer ("Shine") (1 episode, 2001), Arranger ("Silver Dagger") (1 episode, 2000), Performer ("Today I Started Loving You Again") (1 episode, 1996), Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("Paradise Road") (1 episode, 1998), Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 1995), Writer ("Paradise Road") (1 episode, 1998), Performer ("PMS Blues") (1 episode, 1994), Writer ("From Here To The Moon And Back") (1 episode, 2012), Performer ("Dagger Through the Heart") (1 episode, 2002), Writer ("PMS Blues") (1 episode, 1994), Performer ("Silver Dagger") (1 episode, 2000), Writer ("Red, White and Bluegrass") (1 episode, 2003), Performer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 1995), Performer ("From Here To The Moon And Back") (1 episode, 2012), Performer ("Red, White and Bluegrass") (1 episode, 2003), Performer ("Backwoods Barbie") (1 episode, 2009), Writer ("Backwoods Barbie") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 1994–2012 14
    • Episode #19.72 (Jan 11, 2012) Herself, Performer ("From Here To The Moon And Back"), Writer ("From Here To The Moon And Back")  Less
    • Dolly Parton/Landon Donovan (Jun 29, 2010) Herself, Performer ("9 to 5") (uncredited), Writer ("9 to 5") (uncredited)  Less
    • Episode #16.129 (Apr 28, 2009) Herself - Guest / Musical Guest, Performer ("Backwoods Barbie"), Writer ("Backwoods Barbie")  Less
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  • Primary photo for No me la puc treure del capNo me la puc treure del cap (TV Series) Performer ("Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2010)  Less 2010–2011 2
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  • Primary photo for The Nation's Favourite Bee Gees SongThe Nation's Favourite Bee Gees Song (TV Movie) Performer ("Islands In The Stream")  Less 2011
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  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton Tour TVDolly Parton Tour TV (TV Series) Herself - Narrator (15 episodes, 2011), Composer (theme music) (15 episodes, 2011), Performer ("Only Dreamin'") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("In The Meantime", "Two Doors Down") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("9 to 5", "Little Sparrow", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Get Out and Stay Out", "Better Day", "Country Is As Country Does", "Somebody's Missing You") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Together You and I") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Travelin' Thru") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Dumb Blonde", "Just Leaving") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("All I Can Do") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Islands In The Stream", "All I Can Do") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Just Leaving") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Baby I'm Burnin'", "Shinola") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly", "Here You Come Again") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Baby I'm Burnin'", "Shinola") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Applejack", "Heartsong", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Country Is As Country Does") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Together You and I") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("In The Meantime", "Two Doors Down") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Me And Little Andy", "I Will Always Love You", "Applejack") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Me And Little Andy", "I Will Always Love You", "Applejack") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Only Dreamin'") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Get Out and Stay Out", "Better Day", "Country Is As Country Does", "Somebody's Missing You") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Travelin' Thru") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "9 To 5", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Country Is As Country Does") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("9 to 5", "Little Sparrow", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Applejack", "Heartsong", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("9 To 5" (theme)), Performer ("9 To 5" (theme))  Less 2011 15
    • Bonus Episode - Dolly Has Arrived! (Nov 25, 2011) Herself - Narrator, Composer (theme music) (uncredited), Performer ("9 to 5", "Little Sparrow", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("9 to 5", "Little Sparrow", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
    • The Current Live Show (Nov 6, 2011) Herself - Narrator, Composer (theme music) (uncredited), Performer ("Travelin' Thru"), Writer ("Travelin' Thru")  Less
    • Dolly and Her Tour Bus (Oct 30, 2011) Herself - Narrator, Composer (theme music) (uncredited), Performer ("Only Dreamin'"), Writer ("Only Dreamin'")  Less
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  • Primary photo for Two and a Half MenTwo and a Half Men (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011 1
    • Frodo's Headshots (Nov 14, 2011) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Strictly Come DancingStrictly Come Dancing (TV Series) Herself - Musical Guest (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Together You & I") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Together You & I") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011 1
    • Launch Show (Sep 10, 2011) Herself - Musical Guest, Performer ("Together You & I"), Writer ("Together You & I")  Less
  • Primary photo for RuPaul's Drag URuPaul's Drag U (TV Series) Performer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011 1
    • Looking for a New Job (Aug 22, 2011) Performer ("9 to 5"), Writer ("9 to 5")  Less
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  • Primary photo for The Glee ProjectThe Glee Project (TV Series) Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011 1
    • Glee-ality (Aug 21, 2011) Writer ("Jolene")  Less
  • Primary photo for Crook & ChaseCrook & Chase (TV Series) Herself (3 episodes, 2009–2011), Writer ("Backwoods Barbie", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2009), Performer ("Backwoods Barbie" (uncredited), "Together You & I", "The Cas Walker Theme") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Backwoods Barbie", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2009), Writer ("Backwoods Barbie" (uncredited), "Together You & I") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2009–2011 3
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    • Episode dated 17 July 2011 (Jul 17, 2011) Herself, Performer ("Backwoods Barbie" (uncredited), "Together You & I", "The Cas Walker Theme"), Writer ("Backwoods Barbie" (uncredited), "Together You & I")  Less
    • Episode dated 11 June 2009 (Jun 11, 2009) Herself, Performer ("Backwoods Barbie", "Jolene"), Writer ("Backwoods Barbie", "Jolene")  Less
  • Primary photo for CMT Top 20 CountdownCMT Top 20 Countdown (TV Series) Herself / Herself - Special Guest / Herself - Guest (4 episodes, 2007–2011), Performer ("Better Get to Livin'") (3 episodes, 2007–2008), Writer ("Better Get to Livin'") (3 episodes, 2007–2008), Performer ("Together You & I") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Together You & I") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Backwoods Barbie") (1 episode, 2009), Performer ("Backwoods Barbie") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2007–2011 8
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  • Primary photo for The Tonight Show with Jay LenoThe Tonight Show with Jay Leno (TV Series) Herself / Herself - Musical Guest (16 episodes, 1993–2011), Performer ("High Sierra") (1 episode, 1999), Writer ("Shinola") (1 episode, 2008), Writer ("Marry Me", "Little Sparrow") (1 episode, 2001), Performer ("Just When I Needed You Most") (1 episode, 1996), Performer ("Something Special") (1 episode, 1995), Writer ("Romeo", "More Where That Came From") (1 episode, 1993), Performer ("Together You & I") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("I'm Gone") (1 episode, 2002), Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2003), Writer ("Honky Tonk Songs") (1 episode, 1998), Performer ("Marry Me", "Little Sparrow") (1 episode, 2001), Performer ("Honky Tonk Songs") (1 episode, 1998), Writer ("I'm Gone") (1 episode, 2002), Writer ("True Blue") (1 episode, 1994), Performer ("Son of a Preacher Man") (1 episode, 1996), Performer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2003), Writer ("Something Special") (1 episode, 1995), Performer ("True Blue") (1 episode, 1994), Performer ("Romeo", "More Where That Came From") (1 episode, 1993), Performer ("Train, Train") (1 episode, 1999), Writer ("Together You & I") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Shinola") (1 episode, 2008)  Less 1993–2011 16
    • Episode #19.185 (Jul 22, 2011) Herself, Performer ("Together You & I"), Writer ("Together You & I")  Less
    • Episode #16.158 (Sep 19, 2008) Herself, Performer ("Shinola"), Writer ("Shinola")  Less
    • Episode #14.35 (Feb 21, 2006) Herself  Less
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  • Primary photo for The CollectionThe Collection (TV Series) Writer ("Welcome Home", "Better Get To Livin'", "Change It") (1 episode, 2011), Herself (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Real Love", "Shine", "Welcome Home", "Better Get To Livin'", "Change It", "Here You Come Again") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011 1
    • The Collection: Dolly Parton (Jul 14, 2011) Herself, Performer ("Real Love", "Shine", "Welcome Home", "Better Get To Livin'", "Change It", "Here You Come Again"), Writer ("Welcome Home", "Better Get To Livin'", "Change It")  Less
  • Primary photo for TodayToday (TV Series) Writer ("9 to 5", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("9 to 5" (uncredited), "I Will Always Love You" (uncredited), "If We Never Meet Again (This Side of Heaven)" (uncredited), "Islands In The Stream") (1 episode, 2011), Herself - Guest (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011 1
    • Episode dated 7 June 2011 (Jun 7, 2011) Herself - Guest, Performer ("9 to 5" (uncredited), "I Will Always Love You" (uncredited), "If We Never Meet Again (This Side of Heaven)" (uncredited), "Islands In The Stream"), Writer ("9 to 5", "I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for A Current AffairA Current Affair (TV Series) Herself - Guest (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Jolene", "9 to 5", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Shinola") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Islands In The Stream", "Potential New Boyfriend", "Jolene", "Here You Come Again", "9 to 5", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Shinola") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011 1
    • Episode dated 6 June 2011 (Jun 6, 2011) Herself - Guest, Performer ("Islands In The Stream", "Potential New Boyfriend", "Jolene", "Here You Come Again", "9 to 5", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Shinola") (uncredited), Writer ("Jolene", "9 to 5", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Shinola") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Opry MemoriesOpry Memories (TV Movie) Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "Holding On To Nothin'"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2011
  • Primary photo for Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres ShowEllen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (TV Series) Herself (4 episodes, 2004–2011), Performer ("Travelin' Thru") (1 episode, 2006), Writer ("Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "9 to 5") (1 episode, 2004), Writer ("Travelin' Thru") (1 episode, 2006), Performer ("9 to 5", "Shinola") (1 episode, 2008), Performer ("Together You & I") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "9 to 5") (1 episode, 2004), Writer ("Together You & I") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("9 to 5", "Shinola") (1 episode, 2008)  Less 2004–2011 4
    • Episode dated 27 May 2011 (May 27, 2011) Herself, Performer ("Together You & I"), Writer ("Together You & I")  Less
    • Episode dated 22 September 2008 (Sep 22, 2008) Herself, Performer ("9 to 5", "Shinola"), Writer ("9 to 5", "Shinola")  Less
    • Episode dated 23 February 2006 (Feb 23, 2006) Herself, Performer ("Travelin' Thru"), Writer ("Travelin' Thru")  Less
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  • Primary photo for The Oprah Winfrey ShowThe Oprah Winfrey Show (TV Series) Herself (7 episodes, 1989–2011), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5") (1 episode, 2003), Writer ("Straight Talk", "Livin' a Lie", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning") (1 episode, 1992), Performer ("Straight Talk", "Livin' a Lie", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning") (1 episode, 1992), Performer ("Coat of Many Colors" (uncredited), "Puppy Love" (uncredited), "Dumb Blonde" (uncredited), "Jolene" (uncredited), "Here You Come Again" (uncredited), "This Little Light of Mine" (uncredited), "9 To 5 / I Will Always Love You", "Islands In The Stream", "The Gambler") (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 2003), Performer ("Eagle When She Flies", "Silver and Gold", "Livin' With a Dead Man") (1 episode, 1991), Writer ("Eagle When She Flies", "Livin' With a Dead Man") (1 episode, 1991), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors" (uncredited), "Puppy Love" (uncredited), "Jolene" (uncredited), "9 To 5 / I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2010)  Less 1989–2011 7
    • Episode dated 9 May 2011 (May 9, 2011) Herself  Less
    • Episode dated 21 May 2010 (May 21, 2010) Herself, Performer ("Coat of Many Colors" (uncredited), "Puppy Love" (uncredited), "Dumb Blonde" (uncredited), "Jolene" (uncredited), "Here You Come Again" (uncredited), "This Little Light of Mine" (uncredited), "9 To 5 / I Will Always Love You", "Islands In The Stream", "The Gambler"), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors" (uncredited), "Puppy Love" (uncredited), "Jolene" (uncredited), "9 To 5 / I Will Always Love You")  Less
    • Oprah's After-Oscar Party 2006 (Mar 6, 2006) Herself  Less
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  • Primary photo for Why Not? With Shania TwainWhy Not? With Shania Twain (TV Series) Writer ("To Daddy") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011 1
  • Primary photo for CMT: What's Your 20? 20 Greatest Women, 20 YearsCMT: What's Your 20? 20 Greatest Women, 20 Years (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Backwoods Barbie", "I Will Always Love You", "Eagle When She Flies", "Shine"), Writer ("Backwoods Barbie", "I Will Always Love You", "Eagle When She Flies")  Less 2011
  • Primary photo for Loose WomenLoose Women (TV Series) Performer ("9 To 5", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2011), Herself (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("9 To 5", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011 1
    • Episode #15.153 (Apr 15, 2011) Herself, Performer ("9 To 5", "Jolene"), Writer ("9 To 5", "Jolene")  Less
  • Primary photo for This MorningThis Morning (TV Series) Herself (4 episodes, 1992–2011), Writer ("I'll Make Your Bed", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Little Sparrow") (1 episode, 2001), Performer ("I'll Make Your Bed", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5", "Islands In The Stream", "Here You Come Again") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Little Sparrow") (1 episode, 2001)  Less 1992–2011 4
    • Episode dated 14 April 2011 (Apr 14, 2011) Herself, Performer ("I'll Make Your Bed", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5", "Islands In The Stream", "Here You Come Again"), Writer ("I'll Make Your Bed", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5")  Less
    • Episode dated 4 December 2007 (Dec 4, 2007) Herself  Less
    • Episode dated 26 February 2001 (Feb 26, 2001) Herself, Performer ("Little Sparrow"), Writer ("Little Sparrow")  Less
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  • Primary photo for The TalkThe Talk (TV Series) Performer ("I Am Strong") (1 episode, 2011), Herself (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011 1
  • Primary photo for The ONE ShowThe ONE Show (TV Series) Herself (2 episodes, 2007–2011), Writer ("Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 to 5") (1 episode, 2011), Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Here You Come Again") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2007–2011 2
    • Episode #6.66 (Apr 12, 2011) Herself, Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Here You Come Again"), Writer ("Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 to 5")  Less
    • Episode dated 6 December 2007 (Dec 6, 2007) Herself  Less
  • Primary photo for Kenny Rogers: The First 50 YearsKenny Rogers: The First 50 Years (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Sweet Music Man", "Through The Years", "Islands In The Stream")  Less 2011
  • Primary photo for The 53rd Annual Grammy AwardsThe 53rd Annual Grammy Awards (TV Special) Writer ("Jolene")  Less 2011
  • Primary photo for CMT: 40 Greatest Love SongsCMT: 40 Greatest Love Songs (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2011
  • Primary photo for Big LoveBig Love (TV Series) Performer ("Love Is Like A Butterfly") (1 episode, 2010), Writer ("Wildflowers") (1 episode, 2011), Writer ("Love Is Like A Butterfly") (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("Wildflowers") (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2010–2011 2
    • A Seat at the Table (Jan 23, 2011) Performer ("Wildflowers") (uncredited), Writer ("Wildflowers") (uncredited)  Less
    • Free at Last (Jan 10, 2010) Performer ("Love Is Like A Butterfly"), Writer ("Love Is Like A Butterfly")  Less
  • Primary photo for Hannah MontanaHannah Montana (TV Series) Aunt Dolly (3 episodes, 2006–2010), Performer ("True Friend") (2 episodes, 2007–2010), Performer ("The Right Time") (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("Who Said") (1 episode, 2006)  Less 2006–2010 4
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  • Primary photo for Larry King LiveLarry King Live (TV Series) Herself (9 episodes, 1992–2010), Writer ("9 to 5", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("9 to 5", "Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel #8)", "I Will Always Love You", "Dumb Blonde", "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That") (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("9 To 5", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2009), Writer ("9 To 5", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 1992–2010 9
    • Dolly Parton (Nov 23, 2010) Herself, Performer ("9 to 5", "Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel #8)", "I Will Always Love You", "Dumb Blonde", "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That") (uncredited), Writer ("9 to 5", "I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
    • Episode dated 26 November 2009 (Nov 26, 2009) Herself  Less
    • Dolly Parton & Tyler Perry (Feb 20, 2009) Herself, Performer ("9 To 5", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That", "Jolene"), Writer ("9 To 5", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Jolene")  Less
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  • Primary photo for The Nate Berkus ShowThe Nate Berkus Show (TV Series) Writer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2010), Herself (1 episode, 2010), Special Thanks (1 episode, 2010)  Less 2010 1
    • Dolly Parton Joins Nate for 'Nates Crate 911' (Sep 15, 2010) Herself, Performer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You"), Special Thanks  Less
  • Primary photo for 20 to 120 to 1 (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (2 episodes, 2006–2009), Performer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2006), Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2010)  Less 2006–2010 3
    • 80's Good, Bad & Ugly (Sep 14, 2010) Performer ("9 to 5") (uncredited), Writer ("9 to 5") (uncredited)  Less
    • Scene-Stealing Songs (Apr 28, 2009) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
    • World's Best Love Songs (Oct 31, 2006) Performer ("I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for Dolly Celebrates 25 Years of DollywoodDolly Celebrates 25 Years of Dollywood (TV Movie) Herself - Host, Executive Producer, Performer ("My Mountains, My Home", "Islands In The Stream", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "Romeo", "9 to 5", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "Sha-Kon-O-Hey!", "Celebrate the Dreamer in You"), Writer ("My Mountains, My Home", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "Romeo", "9 to 5", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "Sha-Kon-O-Hey!", "Celebrate the Dreamer in You")  Less 2010
  • Primary photo for Good Day New YorkGood Day New York (TV Series) Writer ("Get Out and Stay Out") (1 episode, 2009), Herself (1 episode, 2010)  Less 2009–2010 2
  • Primary photo for E! News DailyE! News Daily (TV Series) Herself (2 episodes, 1998–2010), Performer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2010), Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2010)  Less 1998–2010 2
  • Primary photo for The Marty Stuart ShowThe Marty Stuart Show (TV Series) Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You" (instrumental), "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2010), Herself - Special Guest (1 episode, 2010)  Less 2010 1
    • Dolly Parton (May 29, 2010) Herself - Special Guest, Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Jolene"), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You" (instrumental), "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Jolene")  Less
  • Primary photo for The Wendy Williams ShowThe Wendy Williams Show (TV Series) Herself (2 episodes, 2010), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2010)  Less 2010 2
  • Primary photo for King of DirtKing of Dirt (TV Series) Herself (1 episode, 2010), Special Thanks (1 episode, 2010)  Less 2010 1
  • Primary photo for Comedy LabComedy Lab (TV Series) Writer ("Nine To Five") (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("Nine To Five") (1 episode, 2010)  Less 2010 1
    • iCandy (Apr 19, 2010) Performer ("Nine To Five") (uncredited), Writer ("Nine To Five") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for 9021090210 (TV Series) Performer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2010), Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2010)  Less 2010 1
    • What's Past Is Prologue (Mar 23, 2010) Performer ("Jolene") (uncredited), Writer ("Jolene") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Live from Studio FiveLive from Studio Five (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (2 episodes, 2009–2010), Performer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2009), Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2009–2010 3
    • Episode #1.101 (Feb 10, 2010) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
    • Episode #1.51 (Nov 23, 2009) Performer ("9 to 5"), Writer ("9 to 5")  Less
    • Episode #1.2 (Sep 15, 2009) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for The Alan Titchmarsh ShowThe Alan Titchmarsh Show (TV Series) Writer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2010), Herself (1 episode, 2010), Performer ("Jolene", "Islands In the Stream", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2010)  Less 2010 1
    • Episode dated 9 February 2010 (Feb 9, 2010) Herself, Performer ("Jolene", "Islands In the Stream", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for Pizza & KaraokePizza & Karaoke (TV Movie) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2010
  • Primary photo for Carrie Underwood: An All-Star Holiday SpecialCarrie Underwood: An All-Star Holiday Special (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Here You Come Again", "I Will Always Love You", "Comin' Home For Christmas"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "Comin' Home For Christmas")  Less 2009
  • Primary photo for Fern Britton Meets...Fern Britton Meets... (TV Series) Writer ("Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "Better Get To Livin'", "I Will Always Love You", "Hello God", "Halos and Horns", "Shine On", "Blue Valley Songbird", "When Jesus Comes Calling For Me", "Dumb Blonde/Something Fishy/Put It Off Until Tomorrow (Medley)", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Only Dreamin'") (1 episode, 2009), Herself - Participant (1 episode, 2009), Performer ("Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "Jesus and Gravity", "Better Get To Livin'", "I Will Always Love You", "Hello God", "Halos and Horns", "Shine On", "Blue Valley Songbird", "When Jesus Comes Calling For Me", "Dumb Blonde/Something Fishy/Put It Off Until Tomorrow (Medley)", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Only Dreamin'") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2009 1
    • Dolly Parton (Nov 29, 2009) Herself - Participant, Performer ("Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "Jesus and Gravity", "Better Get To Livin'", "I Will Always Love You", "Hello God", "Halos and Horns", "Shine On", "Blue Valley Songbird", "When Jesus Comes Calling For Me", "Dumb Blonde/Something Fishy/Put It Off Until Tomorrow (Medley)", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Only Dreamin'"), Writer ("Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "Better Get To Livin'", "I Will Always Love You", "Hello God", "Halos and Horns", "Shine On", "Blue Valley Songbird", "When Jesus Comes Calling For Me", "Dumb Blonde/Something Fishy/Put It Off Until Tomorrow (Medley)", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Only Dreamin'")  Less
  • Primary photo for GAC NightsGAC Nights (TV Series) Herself - Guest (2 episodes, 2008–2009), Performer ("Here You Come Again") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2008–2009 2
    • Episode #1.732 (Nov 23, 2009) Herself - Guest, Performer ("Here You Come Again")  Less
    • Episode #1.594 (Apr 16, 2008) Herself - Guest  Less
  • Primary photo for Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day TelethonJerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon (TV Series) Herself - Performer (2 episodes, 1990–2009), Performer ("Here You Come Again") (1 episode, 2009), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home") (1 episode, 1990), Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home") (1 episode, 1990)  Less 1990–2009 2
    • Telethon 2009 (Sep 6, 2009) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Here You Come Again")  Less
    • Telethon 1990 (Sep 1, 1990) Herself - Performer, Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home"), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home")  Less
  • Primary photo for The Charlie Rose ShowThe Charlie Rose Show (TV Series) Performer ("Foggy Mountain Top", "Applejack", "Silver Threads and Golden Needles", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2009), Writer ("Backwoods Barbie", "9 to 5", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2009), Writer ("9 to 5", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2009), Herself (1 episode, 2009), Performer ("Applejack", "Foggy Mountain Top", "Silver Threads and Golden Needles", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2009 2
    • Episode dated 24 August 2009 (Aug 24, 2009) Performer ("Applejack", "Foggy Mountain Top", "Silver Threads and Golden Needles", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("9 to 5", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
    • Dolly Parton (Jun 5, 2009) Herself, Performer ("Foggy Mountain Top", "Applejack", "Silver Threads and Golden Needles", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Backwoods Barbie", "9 to 5", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for RevealedRevealed (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "9 To 5", "Coat of Many Colors", "Jolene", "Backwoods Barbie", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "Try") (1 episode, 2009), Performer ("Here You Come Again", "I Will Always Love You", "9 To 5", "Coat of Many Colors", "The Last Thing On My Mind", "Jolene", "Islands In The Stream", "Backwoods Barbie", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "Rocky Top", "Try") (1 episode, 2009), Herself (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2009 1
    • Dolly Parton (Aug 19, 2009) Herself, Performer ("Here You Come Again", "I Will Always Love You", "9 To 5", "Coat of Many Colors", "The Last Thing On My Mind", "Jolene", "Islands In The Stream", "Backwoods Barbie", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "Rocky Top", "Try"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "9 To 5", "Coat of Many Colors", "Jolene", "Backwoods Barbie", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "Try")  Less
  • Primary photo for Dancing with the StarsDancing with the Stars (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2009 1
    • Episode #9.7 (Aug 15, 2009) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for The Early ShowThe Early Show (TV Series) Herself (7 episodes, 2003–2009), Performer ("Orange Blossom Special", "Welcome Home", "Color Me America") (1 episode, 2003), Performer ("Little Sparrow", "Puppy Love", "Dumb Blonde", "Please Don't Stop Loving Me", "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Here You Come Again", "Islands In The Stream", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5", "Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 2006), Performer ("9 To 5", "Imagine") (1 episode, 2005), Performer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2006), Writer ("Little Sparrow", "Puppy Love", "Please Don't Stop Loving Me", "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5", "Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 2006), Writer ("Welcome Home", "Color Me America") (1 episode, 2003), Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2006), Performer ("Jolene", "Applejack") (1 episode, 2007), Writer ("9 To 5") (1 episode, 2005), Writer ("Jolene", "Applejack") (1 episode, 2007), Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2003–2009 8
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  • Primary photo for 17 Kids and Counting17 Kids and Counting (TV Series) Herself (2 episodes, 2009), Writer ("Sha-Kon-O-Hey!") (1 episode, 2009), Performer ("Amazing Grace", "Sha-Kon-O-Hey!") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2009 2
    • Duggars Meet Dolly (Jul 21, 2009) Herself, Performer ("Amazing Grace", "Sha-Kon-O-Hey!"), Writer ("Sha-Kon-O-Hey!")  Less
    • Duggars in Dixie (Jul 14, 2009) Herself  Less
  • Primary photo for Dolly: Live in London O2 ArenaDolly: Live in London O2 Arena (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Music Supervisor, Executive Producer, Performer ("Two Doors Down", "Jolene", "Backwoods Barbie", "Coat of Many Colors", "Only Dreamin'", "Shinola", "Here You Come Again", "9 to 5", "I Will Always Love You", "Jesus & Gravity", "Better Get To Livin'", "Little Sparrow", "Grass Is Blue", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind?", "Islands In The Stream"), Writer ("Two Doors Down", "Jolene", "Backwoods Barbie", "Coat of Many Colors", "Only Dreamin'", "Shinola", "9 to 5", "I Will Always Love You")  Less 2009
  • Primary photo for The 63rd Annual Tony AwardsThe 63rd Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) Herself, Performer ("9 To 5", "Let the Sunshine In"), Writer ("9 To 5")  Less 2009
  • Primary photo for 60 Minutes60 Minutes (TV Series) Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Here You Come Again", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "Puppy Love", "Two Doors Down", "Joshua", "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 To 5", "Backwoods Barbie", "In The Pines", "In The Sweet Bye & Bye") (2 episodes, 2009), Herself (segment "Dolly") / Herself (2 episodes, 1986–2009), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "Puppy Love", "Two Doors Down", "Joshua", "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 To 5", "Backwoods Barbie") (2 episodes, 2009), Writer ("Baby I'm Burnin'", "In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "9 To 5") (1 episode, 1986), Performer ("Here You Come Again", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Potential New Boyfriend", "Islands In The Stream", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "9 To 5") (1 episode, 1986)  Less 1986–2009 3
    • The Chairman/Dolly (Jun 7, 2009) Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Here You Come Again", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "Puppy Love", "Two Doors Down", "Joshua", "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 To 5", "Backwoods Barbie", "In The Pines", "In The Sweet Bye & Bye"), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "Puppy Love", "Two Doors Down", "Joshua", "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 To 5", "Backwoods Barbie")  Less
    • Closing the Clinic/Torture in Iran/Dolly (Apr 5, 2009) Herself (segment "Dolly"), Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Here You Come Again", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "Puppy Love", "Two Doors Down", "Joshua", "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 To 5", "Backwoods Barbie", "In The Pines", "In The Sweet Bye & Bye"), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "Puppy Love", "Two Doors Down", "Joshua", "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 To 5", "Backwoods Barbie")  Less
    • Episode dated 18 May 1986 (May 18, 1986) Herself, Performer ("Here You Come Again", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Potential New Boyfriend", "Islands In The Stream", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "9 To 5"), Writer ("Baby I'm Burnin'", "In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "9 To 5")  Less
  • Primary photo for The Visa Signature Tony Awards Season CelebrationThe Visa Signature Tony Awards Season Celebration (TV Movie) Herself, Writer ("Get Out and Stay Out")  Less 2009
  • Primary photo for The ViewThe View (TV Series) Herself (4 episodes, 1998–2009), Performer ("Me and Bobby McGee") (1 episode, 2005), Performer ("Halos and Horns") (1 episode, 2002), Writer ("Halos and Horns") (1 episode, 2002), Writer ("Shine Like The Sun") (1 episode, 2009)  Less 1998–2009 4
    • Episode dated 1 May 2009 (May 1, 2009) Herself, Writer ("Shine Like The Sun") (uncredited)  Less
    • Episode dated 19 October 2005 (Oct 19, 2005) Herself, Performer ("Me and Bobby McGee")  Less
    • Episode dated 9 July 2002 (Jul 9, 2002) Herself, Performer ("Halos and Horns"), Writer ("Halos and Horns")  Less
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    • Dolly Parton (Mar 31, 2009) Herself - Performer, Performer ("9 to 5", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "Backwoods Barbie", "Only Dreamin'"), Writer ("9 to 5", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "Backwoods Barbie", "Only Dreamin'")  Less
  • Primary photo for BiographyBiography (TV Series) Herself (11 episodes, 1998–2009), Performer ("It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2006), Writer ("Romeo") (1 episode, 2007), Performer ("Islands In The Stream") (1 episode, 2005), Performer ("Romeo", "Who Said") (1 episode, 2007), Performer ("Dumb Blonde", "Stairway to Heaven", "Here You Come Again", "9 to 5", "I'm Gone", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Coat of Many Colors", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "Halos and Horns") (1 episode, 2006), Writer ("9 to 5", "I'm Gone", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Coat of Many Colors", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "Halos and Horns") (1 episode, 2006), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2006)  Less 1998–2009 12
    • Reba McEntire: Country Diva (Mar 6, 2009) Herself  Less
    • Billy Ray Cyrus (Dec 20, 2007) Herself, Performer ("Romeo", "Who Said"), Writer ("Romeo")  Less
    • Mavericks: Honky Tonk Angels - The Women (Nov 1, 2006) Herself, Performer ("It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
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    • Dolly Parton (Nov 8, 2008) Herself, Lyrics ("9 to 5", "Backwoods Barbie"), Performer ("9 to 5"), Writer ("9 to 5", "Backwoods Barbie")  Less
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    • Episode dated 2 October 2008 (Oct 2, 2008) Herself, Performer ("9 to 5", "Honky Tonk Songs"), Writer ("9 to 5", "Honky Tonk Songs")  Less
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    • Weight Loss (Sep 25, 2008) Performer ("Here You Come Again")  Less
  • Primary photo for GMTVGMTV (TV Series) Herself (5 episodes, 2002–2008), Writer ("9 to 5", "Jolene", "My Tennessee Mountain Home") (1 episode, 2006), Performer ("Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That?", "9 to 5", "Jolene", "My Tennessee Mountain Home") (1 episode, 2006)  Less 2002–2008 5
    • Episode dated 6 June 2008 (Jun 6, 2008) Herself  Less
    • Episode dated 27 October 2006 (Oct 27, 2006) Herself, Performer ("Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That?", "9 to 5", "Jolene", "My Tennessee Mountain Home"), Writer ("9 to 5", "Jolene", "My Tennessee Mountain Home")  Less
    • Episode dated 23 February 2006 (Feb 23, 2006) Herself  Less
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  • Primary photo for What Perez SezWhat Perez Sez (TV Series) Performer ("Better Get to Livin'") (1 episode, 2008), Writer ("Better Get to Livin'") (1 episode, 2008), Herself (1 episode, 2008)  Less 2008 1
    • About Divas (Feb 19, 2008) Herself, Performer ("Better Get to Livin'"), Writer ("Better Get to Livin'")  Less
  • Primary photo for Jam & JerusalemJam & Jerusalem (TV Series) Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2008)  Less 2008 1
  • Primary photo for Grand Ole OpryGrand Ole Opry (TV Series) Herself - Performer / Herself - Host / Performer / Herself (6 episodes, 1988–2007), Performer ("Something Special", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1995), Writer ("Halos and Horns", "Coat of Many Colors", "Dagger Through The Heart") (1 episode, 2002), Writer ("Something Special", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1995), Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2007), Performer ("Viva Las Vegas") (1 episode, 2005), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 2000), Performer ("Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You", "Just Someone I Used to Know") (1 episode, 2007), Performer ("Halos and Horns", "Coat of Many Colors", "Dagger Through The Heart") (1 episode, 2002), Performer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2007), Performer ("Train, Train", "Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 2000), Writer ("Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2007), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2007)  Less 1988–2007 8
    • Best Opry Moments of 2007 (Dec 29, 2007) Performer ("I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
    • Porter Wagoner's 50th Anniversary Celebration (May 19, 2007) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You", "Just Someone I Used to Know"), Writer ("Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
    • Episode dated 21 April 2007 (Apr 21, 2007) Writer ("9 to 5")  Less
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  • Primary photo for Jake's Adventures in DollyworldJake's Adventures in Dollyworld (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Calm On The Water", "9 to 5", "Jolene", "Islands In The Stream", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "More Where That Came From", "Joshua", "Coat of Many Colors", "Better Get to Livin'", "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That"), Writer ("Calm On The Water", "9 to 5", "Jolene", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "More Where That Came From", "Joshua", "Coat of Many Colors", "Better Get to Livin'")  Less 2007
  • Primary photo for Olivia Newton-John and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra: Live at the Sydney Opera HouseOlivia Newton-John and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra: Live at the Sydney Opera House (TV Movie) Writer ("Jolene")  Less 2007
  • Primary photo for Macy's Thanksgiving Day ParadeMacy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Better Get to Livin'"), Writer ("Better Get to Livin'")  Less 2007
  • Primary photo for The Life and Times of Vivienne VyleThe Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle (TV Series) Performer ("Islands In The Stream") (1 episode, 2007)  Less 2007 1
    • Episode #1.6 (Nov 8, 2007) Performer ("Islands In The Stream")  Less
  • Primary photo for Gilmore GirlsGilmore Girls (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2007)  Less 2007 1
    • Lorelai? Lorelai? (May 1, 2007) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for The Best of the Doves MarathonThe Best of the Doves Marathon (TV Movie) Performer ("He's Alive")  Less 2007
  • Primary photo for La noche desesperadaLa noche desesperada (TV Movie) Performer ("Travelin' Thru"), Writer ("Travelin' Thru")  Less 2007
  • Primary photo for The Charlotte Church ShowThe Charlotte Church Show (TV Series) Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2007)  Less 2007 1
  • Primary photo for Karaoke-DokeyKaraoke-Dokey (TV Series) Writer ("Jolene", "Romeo", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5") (1 episode, 2007)  Less 2007 1
    • Dolly Parton (Mar 9, 2007) Writer ("Jolene", "Romeo", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5")  Less
  • Primary photo for 30 Rock30 Rock (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2007)  Less 2007 1
    • Hard Ball (Feb 22, 2007) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for American Dad!American Dad! (TV Series) Performer ("9 to 5", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2007), Writer ("9 to 5", "Jolene") (1 episode, 2007)  Less 2007 1
    • Bush Comes to Dinner (Jan 7, 2007) Performer ("9 to 5", "Jolene"), Writer ("9 to 5", "Jolene")  Less
  • Primary photo for The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing ArtsThe Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (TV Special) Herself - Honoree, Performer ("Islands in the Stream", "Here You Come Again", "I Will Always Love You", "Little Sparrow"), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 to 5", "I Will Always Love You", "Little Sparrow")  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for CMT GiantsCMT Giants (TV Series) Herself - Performer (1 episode, 2006), Performer ("How Blue") (1 episode, 2006)  Less 2006 1
    • Reba (Nov 18, 2006) Herself - Performer, Performer ("How Blue")  Less
  • Primary photo for 40th Annual Country Music Association Awards40th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Movie) Performer ("Islands In The Stream")  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for CMT: The Greatest - 40 Days That Shaped Country MusicCMT: The Greatest - 40 Days That Shaped Country Music (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for CMT StackedCMT Stacked (TV Series) Performer ("When I Get Where I'm Going") (1 episode, 2006)  Less 2006 1
    • CMA Nominee 2006 (Nov 3, 2006) Performer ("When I Get Where I'm Going")  Less
  • Primary photo for Race to the Red Carpet: 2006 Country Music AwardsRace to the Red Carpet: 2006 Country Music Awards (TV Movie) Performer ("When I Get Where I'm Going", "I Still Miss Someone")  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for CMT: The Greatest - 40 Greatest AlbumsCMT: The Greatest - 40 Greatest Albums (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You")  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for Australian IdolAustralian Idol (TV Series) Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2006)  Less 2006 1
  • Primary photo for Naomi's New MorningNaomi's New Morning (TV Series) Herself (2 episodes, 2006), Writer ("I'm Gone", "My Tennessee Mountain Home") (1 episode, 2006), Performer ("I'm Gone", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Those Were The Days") (1 episode, 2006)  Less 2006 2
    • Episode dated 3 September 2006 (Sep 3, 2006) Herself, Performer ("I'm Gone", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Those Were The Days"), Writer ("I'm Gone", "My Tennessee Mountain Home")  Less
    • Episode dated 19 March 2006 (Mar 19, 2006) Herself  Less
  • Primary photo for CMT Greatest Moments: Dolly PartonCMT Greatest Moments: Dolly Parton (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Jolene", "Here You Come Again", "Dumb Blonde", "Just Because I'm a Woman", "Silver Threads and Golden Needles", "The Grass Is Blue", "Shine", "Halos and Horns", "When I Get Where I'm Going", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Those Memories of You", "Islands In The Stream", "Tennessee Homesick Blues", "Coat of Many Colors", "Travelin' Thru", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5", "Train, Train", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Smoky Mountain Memories"), Writer ("Jolene", "Just Because I'm a Woman", "The Grass Is Blue", "Halos and Horns", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Tennessee Homesick Blues", "Coat of Many Colors", "Travelin' Thru", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Smoky Mountain Memories")  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for My Name Is EarlMy Name Is Earl (TV Series) Performer ("Here You Come Again") (1 episode, 2006)  Less 2006 1
    • Number One (May 11, 2006) Performer ("Here You Come Again") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Will & GraceWill & Grace (TV Series) Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2006)  Less 2006 1
  • Primary photo for American InventorAmerican Inventor (TV Series) Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2006)  Less 2006 1
  • Primary photo for The 78th Annual Academy AwardsThe 78th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) Herself - Nominee: Best Original Song and Performer: Travelin' Thru, Performer ("Travelin' Thru"), Writer ("Travelin' Thru")  Less 2006
  • Primary photo for The Tony Danza ShowThe Tony Danza Show (TV Series) Performer ("Imagine") (1 episode, 2005), Herself (1 episode, 2005)  Less 2005 1
    • Episode #2.33 (Nov 24, 2005) Herself, Performer ("Imagine")  Less
  • Primary photo for The King of QueensThe King of Queens (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2005)  Less 2005 1
    • G'Night Stalker (Nov 21, 2005) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for 39th Annual Country Music Association Awards39th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Special) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Imagine", "Turn The Lights Out When You Leave")  Less 2005
  • Primary photo for Saturday Night Live: The Best of David SpadeSaturday Night Live: The Best of David Spade (TV Movie) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2005
  • Primary photo for Late Night with Conan O'BrienLate Night with Conan O'Brien (TV Series) Herself (3 episodes, 2001–2005), Writer ("I Will Always Love You (Bluegrass Version)") (1 episode, 2001), Performer ("Me and Bobby McGee") (1 episode, 2005), Performer ("A Tender Lie", "I Will Always Love You (Bluegrass Version)") (1 episode, 2001), Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning") (1 episode, 2003), Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning") (1 episode, 2003)  Less 2001–2005 3
    • Episode dated 15 October 2005 (Oct 15, 2005) Herself, Performer ("Me and Bobby McGee")  Less
    • Episode dated 14 November 2003 (Nov 14, 2003) Herself, Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning")  Less
    • Episode dated 1 February 2001 (Feb 1, 2001) Herself, Performer ("A Tender Lie", "I Will Always Love You (Bluegrass Version)"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You (Bluegrass Version)")  Less
  • Primary photo for CMT: 100 Greatest Duets ConcertCMT: 100 Greatest Duets Concert (TV Special) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Islands In The Stream")  Less 2005
  • Primary photo for CMA Music Festival: Country Music's Biggest PartyCMA Music Festival: Country Music's Biggest Party (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Viva Las Vegas")  Less 2005
  • Primary photo for CMT: Class of 1975CMT: Class of 1975 (TV Movie) Performer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly"), Writer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly")  Less 2005
  • Primary photo for RebaReba (TV Series) Dolly Majors (1 episode, 2005), Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2005)  Less 2005 2
  • Primary photo for Grand Ole Opry's Vintage ClassicsGrand Ole Opry's Vintage Classics (TV Movie) Performer ("Jolene"), Writer ("Jolene")  Less 2005
  • Primary photo for The Vicar of DibleyThe Vicar of Dibley (TV Series) Performer ("I Will Never Marry") (1 episode, 2005)  Less 2005 1
    • Happy New Year (Jan 1, 2005) Performer ("I Will Never Marry")  Less
  • Primary photo for Norah Jones & the Handsome Band: Live in 2004Norah Jones & the Handsome Band: Live in 2004 (TV Special) Herself - Special Guests: 'Creepin' In', Performer ("Creepin' In")  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for CMT Flame Worthy Video Music AwardsCMT Flame Worthy Video Music Awards (TV Movie) Herself - Host, Performer ("Welcome Home"), Writer ("Welcome Home")  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for Six Feet UnderSix Feet Under (TV Series) Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 2004)  Less 2004 1
    • The Black Forest (Aug 22, 2004) Writer ("Jolene") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for CMT 100 Greatest Love Songs of Country MusicCMT 100 Greatest Love Songs of Country Music (TV Special) Herself - Performer, Performer ("I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for High ChaparallHigh Chaparall (TV Series) Lyrics ("Charlene") (1 episode, 2004)  Less 2004 1
    • Charlene Tilton (Apr 26, 2004) Lyrics ("Charlene") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for CMT Stacked: Dolly PartonCMT Stacked: Dolly Parton (TV Movie) Performer ("I'm Gone", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "Shine", "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That?", "Welcome Home"), Writer ("I'm Gone", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "Welcome Home")  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for U.S. Library of Congress: I Hear America Singing with Dolly PartonU.S. Library of Congress: I Hear America Singing with Dolly Parton (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Red, White and Bluegrass", "Coat of Many Colors", "Black Drought Theme", "9 to 5", "Here You Come Again", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "Welcome Home", "Color Me America"), Writer ("Red, White and Bluegrass", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 to 5", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "Welcome Home", "Color Me America")  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for CMT: 100 Greatest Music VideosCMT: 100 Greatest Music Videos (TV Movie) Performer ("Romeo"), Writer ("Romeo")  Less 2004
  • Primary photo for CMT CrossroadsCMT Crossroads (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "It's All Wrong, But It's All Right", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 to 5") (1 episode, 2003), Performer ("Bring Me Some Water", "Come To My Window", "I Want To Be In Love", "All Shook Up", "I Will Always Love You", "You Can Sleep While I Drive", "It's All Wrong, But It's All Right", "I Walk The Line", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 to 5") (1 episode, 2003), Herself - Performer (1 episode, 2003)  Less 2003 1
    • Melissa Etheridge & Dolly Parton (Nov 28, 2003) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Bring Me Some Water", "Come To My Window", "I Want To Be In Love", "All Shook Up", "I Will Always Love You", "You Can Sleep While I Drive", "It's All Wrong, But It's All Right", "I Walk The Line", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 to 5"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "It's All Wrong, But It's All Right", "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "9 to 5")  Less
  • Primary photo for The Mark Twain Prize: Lily TomlinThe Mark Twain Prize: Lily Tomlin (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("9 to 5"), Writer ("9 to 5")  Less 2003
  • Primary photo for 37th Annual Country Music Association Awards37th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Special) Herself - Performer, Performer ("The Grass Is Blue"), Writer ("The Grass Is Blue")  Less 2003
  • Primary photo for The John Walsh ShowThe John Walsh Show (TV Series) Performer ("Brave Little Soldier", "Color Me America") (1 episode, 2003), Writer ("Brave Little Soldier", "Color Me America") (1 episode, 2003), Herself - Performer (1 episode, 2003)  Less 2003 1
    • Episode dated 11 September 2003 (Sep 11, 2003) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Brave Little Soldier", "Color Me America"), Writer ("Brave Little Soldier", "Color Me America")  Less
  • Primary photo for FuturamaFuturama (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2003)  Less 2003 1
    • Spanish Fry (Jul 13, 2003) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for Canadian IdolCanadian Idol (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (2 episodes, 2003)  Less 2003 2
    • 3 Move On, 7 Go Home (Jul 8, 2003) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
    • First Up... (Jul 7, 2003) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for A Capitol FourthA Capitol Fourth (TV Movie) Herself, Lyrics ("When Johnny Comes Marching Home"), Performer ("Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "When Johnny Comes Marching Home", "9 to 5"), Writer ("Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "9 to 5")  Less 2003
  • Primary photo for MWL StarMWL Star (TV Series) Performer ("I'm Gonna Miss You", "I'm Gone") (1 episode, 2003), Writer ("I'm Gonna Miss You", "I'm Gone") (1 episode, 2003), Herself (1 episode, 2003)  Less 2003 1
    • Episode dated 3 June 2003 (Jun 3, 2003) Herself, Performer ("I'm Gonna Miss You", "I'm Gone"), Writer ("I'm Gonna Miss You", "I'm Gone")  Less
  • Primary photo for Stars Over Texas ConcertStars Over Texas Concert (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Leave That Cowboy Alone", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Leave That Cowboy Alone", "I Will Always Love You")  Less 2003
  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton: Platinum BlondeDolly Parton: Platinum Blonde (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Sugar Hill", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "To Daddy", "Puppy Love", "Harper Valley P.T.A.", "Mama Say A Prayer", "Dumb Blonde", "It's My Time", "Joshua", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "The Seeker", "Love Is Like a Butterfly", "Coat of Many Colors", "Halos and Horns", "The Grass Is Blue", "Little Sparrow", "Applejack", "Shine", "Here You Come Again", "(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "9 To 5", "Lonely Comin' Down", "Islands In The Stream", "To Know Him Is To Love Him", "Train, Train", "Someone To Watch Over Me"), Writer ("Sugar Hill", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "To Daddy", "Mama Say A Prayer", "Joshua", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "The Seeker", "Love Is Like a Butterfly", "Coat of Many Colors", "Halos and Horns", "The Grass Is Blue", "Little Sparrow", "Applejack", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "9 To 5")  Less 2003
  • Primary photo for BingoLottoBingoLotto (TV Series) Writer ("Sugar Hill") (1 episode, 2002), Performer ("Sugar Hill") (1 episode, 2002), Writer ("Halos and Horns", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2002), Herself - Performer (1 episode, 2002), Performer ("Halos and Horns", "If", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2002)  Less 2002 2
    • Uppesittarkväll 2002 (Dec 23, 2002) Performer ("Sugar Hill"), Writer ("Sugar Hill")  Less
    • Episode #23.8 (Oct 12, 2002) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Halos and Horns", "If", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Halos and Horns", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for 36th Annual Country Music Association Awards36th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Special) Herself - Presenter / Performer, Performer ("Hello God"), Writer ("Hello God")  Less 2002
  • Primary photo for Mission HillMission Hill (TV Series) Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 2002)  Less 2002 1
  • Primary photo for Top of the Pops 2Top of the Pops 2 (TV Series) Performer ("Shine") (1 episode, 2002)  Less 2002 1
  • Primary photo for Graham Goes to DollywoodGraham Goes to Dollywood (TV Special) Herself, Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Coat of Many Colors", "Shine", "Islands In The Stream"), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Coat of Many Colors")  Less 2001
  • Primary photo for EmerilEmeril (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2001)  Less 2001 1
    • The Sidekick (Dec 11, 2001) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for Vacuuming Completely Nude in ParadiseVacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise (TV Movie) Performer ("Peace Train") (uncredited)  Less 2001
  • Primary photo for CNN World BeatCNN World Beat (TV Series) Performer ("Little Sparrow", "Shine", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby") (1 episode, 2001), Herself (1 episode, 2001), Writer ("Little Sparrow", "Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 2001)  Less 2001 1
    • Episode dated 14 July 2001 (Jul 14, 2001) Herself, Performer ("Little Sparrow", "Shine", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby"), Writer ("Little Sparrow", "Coat of Many Colors")  Less
  • Primary photo for 1st Annual BET Awards1st Annual BET Awards (TV Special) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2001
  • Primary photo for Austin City LimitsAustin City Limits (TV Series) Writer ("Little Sparrow", "Mountain Angel", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2001), Performer ("Train, Train", "Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel #8)", "Little Sparrow", "Shine", "I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby", "A Tender Lie", "Mountain Angel", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 2001), Herself (1 episode, 2001)  Less 2001 1
    • Dolly Parton/Nickel Creek (Mar 24, 2001) Herself, Performer ("Train, Train", "Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel #8)", "Little Sparrow", "Shine", "I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby", "A Tender Lie", "Mountain Angel", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Little Sparrow", "Mountain Angel", "Coat of Many Colors", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for So Graham NortonSo Graham Norton (TV Series) Writer ("Marry Me") (1 episode, 2001), Performer ("Marry Me") (1 episode, 2001), Herself (1 episode, 2001)  Less 2001 1
    • Episode #4.16 (Feb 23, 2001) Herself, Performer ("Marry Me"), Writer ("Marry Me")  Less
  • Primary photo for The 43rd Annual Grammy AwardsThe 43rd Annual Grammy Awards (TV Special) Herself - Nominee / Presenter / Performer, Performer ("Travelin' Prayer")  Less 2001
  • Primary photo for Open HouseOpen House (TV Series) Writer ("Little Sparrow") (1 episode, 2001), Herself (1 episode, 2001), Performer ("Little Sparrow") (1 episode, 2001)  Less 2001 1
    • Episode dated 19 February 2001 (Feb 19, 2001) Herself, Performer ("Little Sparrow"), Writer ("Little Sparrow")  Less
  • Primary photo for Twentieth Century Fox: The Blockbuster YearsTwentieth Century Fox: The Blockbuster Years (TV Movie) Performer ("Nine to Five"), Writer ("Nine to Five")  Less 2000
  • Primary photo for Grand Ole Opry 75th: A CelebrationGrand Ole Opry 75th: A Celebration (TV Special) Herself - Host / Performer, Performer ("Wabash Cannonball/Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain/Night Train to Memphis/I Saw The Light" Medley, "Hey, Good Lookin'", "Coat of Many Colors", "Kiss An Angel Good Morning", "Will The Circle Be Unbroken"), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors")  Less 2000
  • Primary photo for BetteBette (TV Series) Herself (1 episode, 2000), Performer ("Islands In The Stream", "Moses", "Shining Star") (1 episode, 2000)  Less 2000 1
    • Halloween (Oct 25, 2000) Herself, Performer ("Islands In The Stream", "Moses", "Shining Star")  Less
  • Primary photo for 35th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards35th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (TV Special) Herself - Host, Performer ("Travelin' Prayer", "Stand By Your Man")  Less 2000
  • Primary photo for 31st Annual Gospel Music Association's Dove Awards31st Annual Gospel Music Association's Dove Awards (TV Special) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Only My Pillow Knows")  Less 2000
  • Primary photo for Top TenTop Ten (TV Series) Herself (2 episodes, 1998–2000), Writer ("In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Run That By Me One More Time", "I Will Always Love You", "Jolene", "9 To 5", "Honky Tonk Songs") (1 episode, 1998), Performer ("Heartbreaker", "Dumb Blonde", "In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Run That By Me One More Time", "I Will Always Love You", "Jolene", "Here You Come Again", "9 To 5", "Honky Tonk Songs") (1 episode, 1998)  Less 1998–2000 2
    • Love Songs (Feb 12, 2000) Herself  Less
    • Country (1998) Herself, Performer ("Heartbreaker", "Dumb Blonde", "In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Run That By Me One More Time", "I Will Always Love You", "Jolene", "Here You Come Again", "9 To 5", "Honky Tonk Songs"), Writer ("In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Run That By Me One More Time", "I Will Always Love You", "Jolene", "9 To 5", "Honky Tonk Songs")  Less
  • Primary photo for Blue Valley SongbirdBlue Valley Songbird (TV Movie) Leanna Taylor, Original Songs, Executive Producer, Performer ("Blue Valley Songbird", "I Hope You're Never Happy", "Wildflowers", "We Might Be In Love", "My Blue Tears", "Runaway Feeling", "Amazing Grace", "Angel Band"), Writer ("Blue Valley Songbird", "I Hope You're Never Happy", "Wildflowers", "We Might Be In Love", "My Blue Tears", "Runaway Feeling"), Writer (Song "Blue Valley Songbird")  Less 1999
  • Primary photo for Donny & MarieDonny & Marie (TV Series) Herself (2 episodes, 1999), Performer ("We Might Be In Love", "Runaway Feelin'") (1 episode, 1999), Performer ("Eagle When She Flies", "The Seeker", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5") (1 episode, 1999), Writer ("We Might Be In Love", "Runaway Feelin'") (1 episode, 1999), Writer ("Eagle When She Flies", "The Seeker", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5") (1 episode, 1999)  Less 1999 2
    • Episode dated 1 November 1999 (Nov 1, 1999) Herself, Performer ("We Might Be In Love", "Runaway Feelin'"), Writer ("We Might Be In Love", "Runaway Feelin'")  Less
    • Episode dated 2 March 1999 (Mar 2, 1999) Herself, Performer ("Eagle When She Flies", "The Seeker", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5"), Writer ("Eagle When She Flies", "The Seeker", "I Will Always Love You", "9 to 5")  Less
  • Primary photo for The Martin Short ShowThe Martin Short Show (TV Series) Writer ("Runaway Feelin'") (1 episode, 1999), Performer ("Runaway Feelin'") (1 episode, 1999), Herself (1 episode, 1999)  Less 1999 1
    • Episode #1.33 (Oct 27, 1999) Herself, Performer ("Runaway Feelin'"), Writer ("Runaway Feelin'")  Less
  • Primary photo for The National LotteryThe National Lottery (TV Series) Herself / Herself - Guest Presenter (2 episodes, 1998–1999), Performer ("Your Kisses Are Charity", "Jolene") (1 episode, 1999), Performer ("Salt in My Tears", "Honky Tonk Songs", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1998), Writer ("Salt in My Tears", "Honky Tonk Songs", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1998), Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 1999)  Less 1998–1999 2
    • Episode dated 25 September 1999 (Sep 25, 1999) Herself, Performer ("Your Kisses Are Charity", "Jolene"), Writer ("Jolene")  Less
    • Episode dated 19 September 1998 (Sep 19, 1998) Herself - Guest Presenter, Performer ("Salt in My Tears", "Honky Tonk Songs", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Salt in My Tears", "Honky Tonk Songs", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for 33rd Annual Country Music Association Awards33rd Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Special) Herself - Performer / Country Music Hall of Fame Honoree, Performer ("Train, Train", "My Kind of Woman, My Kind of Man")  Less 1999
  • Primary photo for CBS This MorningCBS This Morning (TV Series) Herself (8 episodes, 1989–1999), Performer ("High Sierra") (1 episode, 1999)  Less 1989–1999 8
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  • Primary photo for Bravo ProfilesBravo Profiles (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "Tennessee Homesick Blues", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "Blue Valley Songbird", "Applejack", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Shine On", "9 To 5", "Coat of Many Colors", "Jolene", "I Wanna Go Back There", "The Salt In My Tears") (1 episode, 1999), Herself (1 episode, 1999), Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "Tennessee Homesick Blues", "Peace Train", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "Cas Walker Theme", "Puppy Love", "Blue Valley Songbird", "Applejack", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That", "Shine On", "Dumb Blonde", "The Last Thing On My Mind", "Think About Love", "(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher", "9 To 5", "Coat of Many Colors", "Calling My Children Home", "Jolene", "I Wanna Go Back There", "The Salt In My Tears") (1 episode, 1999)  Less 1999 1
    • Dolly Parton: Diamond in a Rhinestone World (Sep 6, 1999) Herself, Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "Tennessee Homesick Blues", "Peace Train", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "Cas Walker Theme", "Puppy Love", "Blue Valley Songbird", "Applejack", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That", "Shine On", "Dumb Blonde", "The Last Thing On My Mind", "Think About Love", "(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher", "9 To 5", "Coat of Many Colors", "Calling My Children Home", "Jolene", "I Wanna Go Back There", "The Salt In My Tears"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "Tennessee Homesick Blues", "Little Tiny Tasseltop", "Blue Valley Songbird", "Applejack", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Shine On", "9 To 5", "Coat of Many Colors", "Jolene", "I Wanna Go Back There", "The Salt In My Tears")  Less
  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton's Precious MemoriesDolly Parton's Precious Memories (TV Movie) Herself - Host / Performer, Executive Producer, Performer ("Precious Memories", "The Seeker", "In The Sweet Bye and Bye", "In The Garden", "Softly and Tenderly", "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder", "Washed in the Blood", "Power in the Blood", "Coat of Many Colors", "Over in the Glory Land"), Writer ("The Seeker", "Coat of Many Colors")  Less 1999
  • Primary photo for Prime Time CountryPrime Time Country (TV Series) Herself (3 episodes, 1996–1999), Writer ("Smoky Mountain Memories") (1 episode, 1996), Performer ("Son of a Preacher Man", "Smoky Mountain Memories") (1 episode, 1996), Performer ("Honky Tonk Songs", "When Jesus Comes Calling For Me", "The Salt in My Tears") (1 episode, 1998), Performer ("The Seeker", "Precious Memories", "Calm on the Water") (1 episode, 1999), Writer ("The Seeker", "Calm on the Water") (1 episode, 1999), Writer ("Honky Tonk Songs", "When Jesus Comes Calling For Me", "The Salt in My Tears") (1 episode, 1998)  Less 1996–1999 3
    • An Evening with Dolly Parton (Mar 25, 1999) Herself, Performer ("The Seeker", "Precious Memories", "Calm on the Water"), Writer ("The Seeker", "Calm on the Water")  Less
    • Episode dated 30 September 1998 (Sep 30, 1998) Herself, Performer ("Honky Tonk Songs", "When Jesus Comes Calling For Me", "The Salt in My Tears"), Writer ("Honky Tonk Songs", "When Jesus Comes Calling For Me", "The Salt in My Tears")  Less
    • Episode dated 15 April 1996 (Apr 15, 1996) Herself, Performer ("Son of a Preacher Man", "Smoky Mountain Memories"), Writer ("Smoky Mountain Memories")  Less
  • Primary photo for The Howie Mandel ShowThe Howie Mandel Show (TV Series) Herself (2 episodes, 1998–1999), Writer ("The Seeker", "Little Tiny Tasseltop") (1 episode, 1999), Performer ("The Seeker", "Little Tiny Tasseltop") (1 episode, 1999)  Less 1998–1999 2
    • Episode dated 3 March 1999 (Mar 3, 1999) Herself, Performer ("The Seeker", "Little Tiny Tasseltop"), Writer ("The Seeker", "Little Tiny Tasseltop")  Less
    • Episode dated 24 August 1998 (Aug 24, 1998) Herself  Less
  • Primary photo for The Rosie O'Donnell ShowThe Rosie O'Donnell Show (TV Series) Herself (3 episodes, 1996–1999), Writer ("Paradise Road") (1 episode, 1998), Performer ("When We're Gone, Long Gone") (1 episode, 1999), Performer ("Walking On Sunshine") (1 episode, 1996), Performer ("Paradise Road") (1 episode, 1998)  Less 1996–1999 3
  • Primary photo for The SimpsonsThe Simpsons (TV Series) Performer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 1991), Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 1991), Dolly Parton (1 episode, 1999), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1998)  Less 1991–1999 3
    • Sunday, Cruddy Sunday (Jan 31, 1999) Dolly Parton (voice)  Less
    • Mayored to the Mob (Dec 20, 1998) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
    • I Married Marge (Dec 26, 1991) Performer ("9 to 5") (uncredited), Writer ("9 to 5") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Live by Request: Vince GillLive by Request: Vince Gill (TV Special) Herself, Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 1999
  • Primary photo for Linnunradan pianobaariLinnunradan pianobaari (TV Series) Writer ("Aikaa ystävälle (I'll be home with bells on)") (1 episode, 1998)  Less 1998 1
    • Episode dated 21 December 1998 (Dec 21, 1998) Writer ("Aikaa ystävälle (I'll be home with bells on)")  Less
  • Primary photo for Unspoiled CountryUnspoiled Country (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home"), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home")  Less 1998
  • Primary photo for Tammy Wynette: First Lady of Country Memorial ServiceTammy Wynette: First Lady of Country Memorial Service (TV Movie) Herself - Speaker / Performer, Performer ("Shine On", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Shine On", "I Will Always Love You")  Less 1998
  • Primary photo for Video Playback: TNN's First 15 YearsVideo Playback: TNN's First 15 Years (TV Movie) Performer ("Rockin' Years")  Less 1998
  • Primary photo for Prime Time Country Celebrates 15 Years of TNNPrime Time Country Celebrates 15 Years of TNN (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "Paradise Road"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "Paradise Road")  Less 1998
  • Primary photo for Company's Comin': A Tribute to Porter WagonerCompany's Comin': A Tribute to Porter Wagoner (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("The Last Thing On My Mind", "In The Shade Of The Family Tree", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 1997
  • Primary photo for The Magic School BusThe Magic School Bus (TV Series) Katrina Eloise 'Murph' Murphy (1 episode, 1996)  Less 1996 1
  • Primary photo for Unlikely AngelUnlikely Angel (TV Movie) Ruby Diamond, Original Songs, Executive Producer, Performer ("Unlikely Angel", "Whatcha Tryin' to Do to Me?"), Writer ("Unlikely Angel", "Whatcha Tryin' to Do to Me?")  Less 1996
  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton: TreasuresDolly Parton: Treasures (TV Movie) Herself, Executive Producer, Performer ("Peace Train", "Today I Started Loving You Again", "Something's Burning", "Before the Next Teardrop Falls", "Walking on Sunshine", "Behind Closed Doors", "Don't Let Me Cross Over (Love's Cheating Line)", "For the Good Times")  Less 1996
  • Primary photo for 30th Annual Country Music Association Awards30th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Special) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Before The Next Teardrop Falls/Behind Closed Doors")  Less 1996
  • Primary photo for Grand Ole Opry 70th AnniversaryGrand Ole Opry 70th Anniversary (TV Special) Herself, Performer ("Wabash Cannonball", "You Gotta Be My Baby", "I Don't Need Your Rockin' Chair", "I'll Oilwells Love You", "Will The Circle Be Unbroken", "I Saw The Light"), Writer ("I'll Oilwells Love You")  Less 1996
  • Primary photo for 29th Annual Country Music Association Awards29th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Special) Herself - Performer, Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "King of the Road"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 1995
  • Primary photo for Music City TonightMusic City Tonight (TV Series) Performer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 1995), Herself - Performer (1 episode, 1995), Writer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 1995)  Less 1995 1
    • Episode dated 8 September 1995 (Sep 8, 1995) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Jolene"), Writer ("Jolene")  Less
  • Primary photo for Geschichten aus dem LebenGeschichten aus dem Leben (TV Series) Performer ("Washday Blues") (1 episode, 1995), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1993)  Less 1993–1995 2
  • Primary photo for The Phil Donahue ShowThe Phil Donahue Show (TV Series) Herself (4 episodes, 1977–1994), Writer ("Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1977), Writer ("To Daddy") (1 episode, 1994), Performer ("To Daddy") (1 episode, 1994), Performer ("Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1977), Writer ("9 To 5 (partial)", "What Will Baby Be", "More Where That Came From", "Full Circle", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1993), Performer ("9 To 5 (partial)", "What Will Baby Be", "More Where That Came From", "Full Circle", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1993)  Less 1977–1994 4
    • Episode dated 31 October 1994 (Oct 31, 1994) Herself, Performer ("To Daddy"), Writer ("To Daddy")  Less
    • Episode dated 7 May 1993 (May 7, 1993) Herself, Performer ("9 To 5 (partial)", "What Will Baby Be", "More Where That Came From", "Full Circle", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("9 To 5 (partial)", "What Will Baby Be", "More Where That Came From", "Full Circle", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
    • Episode dated 30 November 1989 (Nov 30, 1989) Herself  Less
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  • Primary photo for 28th Annual Country Music Association Awards28th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Performer ("To Daddy"), Writer ("To Daddy")  Less 1994
  • Primary photo for Ralph Emery on the RecordRalph Emery on the Record (TV Series) Performer ("Longer Than Always") (1 episode, 1994), Herself (1 episode, 1994), Writer ("Longer Than Always") (1 episode, 1994)  Less 1994 1
    • Dolly (Sep 29, 1994) Herself, Performer ("Longer Than Always"), Writer ("Longer Than Always")  Less
  • Primary photo for Dateline NBCDateline NBC (TV Series) Writer ("My Tennesse Mountain Home", "I Will Always Love You", "Wildflowers", "Coat of Many Colors", "Down on Music Row", "Together Always", "Stay Out of My Bedroom", "Romeo") (1 episode, 1994), Performer ("My Tennesse Mountain Home", "Wildflowers", "You Gotta Be My Baby", "Coat of Many Colors", "Down on Music Row", "Together Always", "Just Someone I Used to Know", "Stay Out of My Bedroom", "Here You Come Again", "To Know Him Is To Love Him", "Romeo") (1 episode, 1994), Herself (1 episode, 1994)  Less 1994 1
    • Episode dated 21 September 1994 (Sep 21, 1994) Herself, Performer ("My Tennesse Mountain Home", "Wildflowers", "You Gotta Be My Baby", "Coat of Many Colors", "Down on Music Row", "Together Always", "Just Someone I Used to Know", "Stay Out of My Bedroom", "Here You Come Again", "To Know Him Is To Love Him", "Romeo"), Writer ("My Tennesse Mountain Home", "I Will Always Love You", "Wildflowers", "Coat of Many Colors", "Down on Music Row", "Together Always", "Stay Out of My Bedroom", "Romeo")  Less
  • Primary photo for The 66th Annual Academy AwardsThe 66th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) Herself - Co-Performer: The Day I Fall in Love, Performer ("The Day I Fall In Love")  Less 1994
  • Primary photo for Saved by the Bell: The College YearsSaved by the Bell: The College Years (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (2 episodes, 1993)  Less 1993 2
    • Kelly and the Professor (Dec 14, 1993) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
    • Teacher's Pet (Dec 7, 1993) Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Sunset Music FestivalSunset Music Festival (TV Movie) Herself - Host / Performer, Performer ("Cross My Heart")  Less 1993
  • Primary photo for Beavis and Butt-HeadBeavis and Butt-Head (TV Series) Performer ("More Where That Came From") (1 episode, 1993), Writer ("More Where That Came From") (1 episode, 1993)  Less 1993 1
    • Plate Frisbee (Nov 11, 1993) Performer ("More Where That Came From"), Writer ("More Where That Came From")  Less
  • Primary photo for 27th Annual Country Music Association Awards27th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Special) Herself - Performer / Presenter: Entertainer of the Year, Performer ("Silver Threads and Golden Needles")  Less 1993
  • Primary photo for The Arsenio Hall ShowThe Arsenio Hall Show (TV Series) Herself (3 episodes, 1990–1993), Performer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1993), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1993)  Less 1990–1993 3
  • Primary photo for Late Night with David LettermanLate Night with David Letterman (TV Series) Herself (6 episodes, 1987–1993), Performer ("Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer") (1 episode, 1990), Performer ("Slow Dancing With The Moon") (1 episode, 1993)  Less 1987–1993 6
    • Episode #12.21 (Mar 16, 1993) Herself, Performer ("Slow Dancing With The Moon")  Less
    • Episode #11.31 (Apr 2, 1992) Herself  Less
    • Episode #9.139 (Dec 20, 1990) Herself, Performer ("Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer")  Less
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  • Primary photo for Billy Ray Cyrus: Dreams Come TrueBilly Ray Cyrus: Dreams Come True (TV Special) Herself, Performer ("Romeo"), Writer ("Romeo")  Less 1993
  • Primary photo for Country Music Association's 35th AnniversaryCountry Music Association's 35th Anniversary (TV Special) Herself, Performer ("Full Circle"), Writer ("Full Circle", "To Daddy")  Less 1993
  • Primary photo for Lo Kolel SherutLo Kolel Sherut (TV Series) Writer ("Tesha Ad Hamesh") (1 episode, 1993)  Less 1993 1
    • Episode #3.5 (Jan 31, 1993) Writer ("Tesha Ad Hamesh")  Less
  • Primary photo for The Ben Stiller ShowThe Ben Stiller Show (TV Series) Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 1992)  Less 1992 1
  • Primary photo for 26th Annual Country Music Association Awards26th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Special) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Put a Little Love in Your Heart")  Less 1992
  • Primary photo for The Tonight Show Starring Johnny CarsonThe Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (TV Series) Herself (15 episodes, 1977–1992), Writer ("Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "Travelin' Man") (1 episode, 1977), Writer ("A Smoky Mountain Christmas") (1 episode, 1986), Performer ("Joy To The World", "Go Tell It On The Mountain") (1 episode, 1990), Writer ("Two Doors Down", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind") (1 episode, 1977), Performer ("Light of a Clear Blue Morning") (1 episode, 1992), Writer ("Star of the Show", "The Johnny Carson Show") (1 episode, 1979), Writer ("Light of a Clear Blue Morning") (1 episode, 1992), Writer ("Tennessee Homesick Blues", "Drinkenstein") (1 episode, 1984), Performer ("A Smoky Mountain Christmas", "Jingle Bells") (1 episode, 1986), Performer ("Baby I'm Burnin'", "Heartbreaker", "Applejack") (1 episode, 1978), Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 1980), Writer ("Heartbreak Express", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1982), Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home") (1 episode, 1986), Performer ("The Johnny Carson Show", "He's Alive") (1 episode, 1989), Performer ("Higher and Higher", "Me and Little Andy") (1 episode, 1977), Performer ("Here You Come Again", "Two Doors Down", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind") (1 episode, 1977), Writer ("Me and Little Andy") (1 episode, 1977), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home") (1 episode, 1986), Performer ("Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "Travelin' Man") (1 episode, 1977), Performer ("Tennessee Homesick Blues", "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands", "Drinkenstein") (1 episode, 1984), Performer ("Those Memories of You", "To Know Him Is To Love Him", "Hobo's Meditation") (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("Heartbreak Express", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1982), Writer ("9 to 5" (1980)) (1 episode, 1992), Performer ("Star of the Show", "Sweet Summer Lovin'", "The Johnny Carson Show") (1 episode, 1979), Performer ("9 to 5" (1980)) (1 episode, 1992), Performer ("9 to 5", "House of the Rising Sun") (1 episode, 1980), Writer ("Baby I'm Burnin'", "Applejack") (1 episode, 1978), Writer ("The Johnny Carson Show") (1 episode, 1989)  Less 1977–1992 16
    • Episode dated 22 May 1992 (May 22, 1992) Performer ("9 to 5" (1980)) (uncredited), Writer ("9 to 5" (1980)) (uncredited)  Less
    • Episode dated 8 April 1992 (Apr 8, 1992) Herself, Performer ("Light of a Clear Blue Morning"), Writer ("Light of a Clear Blue Morning")  Less
    • Episode dated 8 May 1991 (May 8, 1991) Herself  Less
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  • Primary photo for Burt Reynolds' Conversations with...Burt Reynolds' Conversations with... (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 1992
  • Primary photo for Bob Hope's America: Red, White and BeautifulBob Hope's America: Red, White and Beautiful (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Light of a Clear Blue Morning"), Writer ("Light of a Clear Blue Morning")  Less 1992
  • Primary photo for Mystery Science Theater 3000Mystery Science Theater 3000 (TV Series) Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 1992)  Less 1992 1
  • Primary photo for 25th Annual Country Music Association Awards25th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Eagle When She Flies"), Writer ("Eagle When She Flies")  Less 1991
  • Primary photo for Wild Texas WindWild Texas Wind (TV Movie) Thiola 'Big T' Rayfield, Music Supervisor, Co-Producer, Performer ("Big T", "Wild Texas Wind", "Tall Man", "Swingin' Like Tarzan and Jane", "Speakin' of the Devil", "Farther Along"), Writer ("Big T", "Wild Texas Wind", "Speakin' of the Devil"), Writer (Story)  Less 1991
  • Primary photo for BabesBabes (TV Series) Performer ("Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That") (1 episode, 1991), Herself (1 episode, 1991)  Less 1991 1
    • Hello, Dolly (Feb 7, 1991) Herself, Performer ("Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That")  Less
  • Primary photo for 24th Annual Country Music Association Awards24th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Love Is Strange")  Less 1990
  • Primary photo for 21st Annual Gospel Music Association's Dove Awards21st Annual Gospel Music Association's Dove Awards (TV Special) Herself - Special Guest Performance "He's Alive", Performer ("He's Alive")  Less 1990
  • Primary photo for Doogie Howser, M.D.Doogie Howser, M.D. (TV Series) Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 1990)  Less 1990 1
  • Primary photo for Designing WomenDesigning Women (TV Series) Herself / Herself, Guardian Movie Star (2 episodes, 1990), Performer ("Somewhere Out There") (1 episode, 1990)  Less 1990 2
  • Primary photo for Christmas at HomeChristmas at Home (TV Movie) Herself, Music Supervisor, Executive Producer, Arranger ("Joy To The World", "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer", "Jingle Bells", "Go Tell It On The Mountain", "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town", "I'll Be Home For Christmas", "Deck The Halls", "The Little Drummer Boy", "Silent Night", "First Noel", "We Three Kings", "O Little Town of Bethlehem"), Performer ("Joy To The World", "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer", "Jingle Bells", "Go Tell It On The Mountain", "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town", "I'll Be Home For Christmas", "Deck The Halls", "The Little Drummer Boy", "Silent Night", "First Noel", "We Three Kings", "O Little Town of Bethlehem")  Less 1990
  • Primary photo for Christmas in AmericaChristmas in America (TV Movie) Writer ("Christmas in America")  Less 1990
  • Primary photo for 23rd Annual Country Music Association Awards23rd Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Performer ("He's Alive")  Less 1989
  • Primary photo for The Pat Sajak ShowThe Pat Sajak Show (TV Series) Performer ("Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That") (1 episode, 1989), Herself - Musical Guest (1 episode, 1989)  Less 1989 1
    • Episode #1.71 (Apr 19, 1989) Herself - Musical Guest, Performer ("Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That")  Less
  • Primary photo for Saturday Night LiveSaturday Night Live (TV Series) Writer ("White Limozeen") (1 episode, 1989), Performer ("Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That?", "White Limozeen") (1 episode, 1989), Herself - Host / Various / Musical Guest (1 episode, 1989)  Less 1989 1
    • Dolly Parton (Apr 15, 1989) Herself - Host / Various / Musical Guest, Performer ("Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That?", "White Limozeen"), Writer ("White Limozeen")  Less
  • Primary photo for Kenny, Dolly and Willie: Something Inside So StrongKenny, Dolly and Willie: Something Inside So Strong (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("9 to 5", "Coat of Many Colors", "The Gambler", "Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys", "Sweet Music Man", "Two Doors Down", "On The Road Again", "Real Love", "Islands In The Stream", " (Something Inside) So Strong"), Writer ("9 to 5", "Coat of Many Colors", "Two Doors Down")  Less 1989
  • Primary photo for Nashville NowNashville Now (TV Series) Writer ("White Limozeen") (1 episode, 1989), Herself - Guest (1 episode, 1989), Performer ("White Limozeen", "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That") (1 episode, 1989)  Less 1989 1
    • Dolly Parton/Ricky Skaggs/Dan Seals (1989) Herself - Guest, Performer ("White Limozeen", "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That"), Writer ("White Limozeen")  Less
  • Primary photo for The 1989 Miss Tennessee PageantThe 1989 Miss Tennessee Pageant (TV Movie) Herself - Special Musical Guest, Performer ("9 to 5"), Writer ("9 to 5")  Less 1989
  • Primary photo for Bob Hope's Jolly Christmas ShowBob Hope's Jolly Christmas Show (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Hard Candy Christmas", "Silver Bells")  Less 1988
  • Primary photo for 22nd Annual Country Music Association Awards22nd Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Special) Herself - Host / Performer, Performer ("If It's Coming From The Country, It's Coming From The Heart", "Traveling Down the Same Road (Those Who Came Before)")  Less 1988
  • Primary photo for DollyDolly (TV Series) Production Supervisor (22 episodes, 1987–1988), Herself - Host (22 episodes, 1987–1988), Composer (theme music) (22 episodes, 1987–1988), Performer ("Don't Stop Dreaming", "The Nightlife", "I'm a Drifter", "Appalachian Memories", "The Seeker", "I Will Always Love You", "Here You Come Again") (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("A Better Place to Live", "Shattered Image", "Sittin' On The Front Porch Swing", "Traveling Man", "Look On The Bright Side" (partial), "Up Above My Head", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (1 episode, 1987), Writer ("Hoedown Showdown", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Wildflowers", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("Hoedown Showdown", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Applejack", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Performer ("Hoedown Showdown", "Star of the Show", "Buttons and Bows", "Why You Been Gone So Long", "Stop In The Name of Love", "If We Never Meet Again (This Side of Heaven)", "I'm a Hog For You Baby", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("Hoedown Showdown", "9 to 5", "Heartbreak Express", "The Pain of Loving You", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("Down on Music Row", "Something Fishy", "Put It Off Until Tomorrow", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("Hoedown Showdown", "He's Got a Headlock on My Heart", "Kentucky Gambler", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("Hoedown Showdown", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("How Does It Feel", "A Cowboy's Ways", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("Hoedown Showdown", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Amazing Grace", "Let It Be Me", "Southern Nights/Break It To Me Gently/The Hand That Rocks the Cradle/Sweet Nothings/Rhinestone Cowboy/Fool #1/Wichita Lineman/Galveston/I'm Sorry/By The Time I Get To Phoenix/Dum Dum/Jambalaya Medley", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("Hoedown Showdown", "All I Can Do", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("Holding' On To You", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1987), Writer ("A Better Place to Live", "Shattered Image", "Traveling Man", "Look On The Bright Side" (partial), "I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("Hoedown Showdown", "9 to 5", "Stand By Your Man/Apartment #9/D.I.V.O.R.C.E./I Don't Wanna Play House/Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad Medley", "Heartbreak Express", "I'm On Fire", "The Pain of Loving You", "Hallelujah I'm Ready to Go", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("Could I Have Your Autograph", "Down", "Hoedown Showdown", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("Hoedown Showdown", "9 to 5", "Jolene", "Workin' Man Blues/Swinging Doors/Today I Started Loving You Again/Mama Tried/Okie From Muskogee Medley", "Daddy's Hands", "Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Performer ("Hoedown Showdown", "All I Can Do", "I Know You By Heart", "Just The Way You Are", "The Motown Medley - My Girl/Baby, Baby/You're Alright/Get Ready/Second That Emotion/Two Lovers/You Better Shop Around/Papa Was a Rollin' Stone/Tears of a Clown/I'm Gonna Make You Love Me", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("Madame Pele (Goddess of Fire)", "Hoedown Showdown (Hawaiian Style)", "Honolulu Nightlife") (1 episode, 1988), Performer ("Hoedown Showdown", "Here You Come Again", "The Green, Green Grass of Home", "He's Got a Headlock on My Heart", "Kentucky Gambler", "My Soul Is a Witness", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Performer ("Hoedown Showdown", "When Will I Be Loved", "Coal Miner's Daughter/You Ain't Woman Enough/Don't Come Home a Drinkin' (with Lovin' On Your Mind)/Blue Kentucky Girl/One's On The Way/The Pill/Coal Miner's Daughter (reprise) Medley", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Applejack", "Waterloo", "I Shall Not Be Moved", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("Hoedown Showdown", "Real Love", "The Stranger", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("Hoedown Showdown", "9 to 5", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("9 to 5", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Poor Folks Town", "Mountain Magic", "In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)", "I Will Always Love You", "The Better Part of Life") (1 episode, 1987), Writer ("I'll Be Home With Bells On", "Little Tiny Tassletop", "Down Home Country Christmas", "The Letter", "I Remember", "Once Upon a Christmas") (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("Under the Boardwalk", "Fire That Keeps You Warm", "My Dear Companion", "Those Memories of You", "Hobo's Meditation", "I Will Always Love You", "Hollywood Potters") (1 episode, 1987), Writer ("Hoedown Showdown", "Star of the Show", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Performer ("Could I Have Your Autograph", "Friendship", "Ride 'Em Cowboy", "Down", "Hoedown Showdown", "She Got the Goldmine", "Oh, Lonesome Me", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1987), Writer ("Two Doors Down", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1987), Writer (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("How Does It Feel", "Everyday People", "A Cowboy's Ways", "Elvira", "Have a Little Talk with Jesus/Swing Down Sweet Chariot", "Oh, No!", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("I'll Be Home With Bells On", "Little Tiny Tassletop", "Down Home Country Christmas", "The Letter", "I Remember", "Santa Went On a Diet", "White Christmas", "Christmas Medley", "Once Upon a Christmas") (1 episode, 1987), Writer ("I'm a Drifter", "Appalachian Memories", "The Seeker", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("Savin' It For You", "Play Me Some Mountain Music", "Holding' On To You", "I Will Always Love You", "Don't Get Around Much Anymore", "Just Keep Smiling") (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("Down on Music Row", "Dumb Blonde", "We Found It", "Something Fishy", "The Black Draught Theme", "The Last Thing On Mind Mind/Fight and Scratch/Holdin' On to Nothing/Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man Medley", "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels", "Put It Off Until Tomorrow", "Long Journey Home/Foggy Mountain Top", "I Saw The Light", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Performer ("Two Doors Down", "This Ole House", "Crazy/Funny How Time Slips Away/On The Road Again/Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain/Family Bible Medley", "To All The Girls I've Loved Before", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("My Hawaii", "I Want To Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart", "Paniolo Country", "Madame Pele (Goddess of Fire)", "Hoedown Showdown (Hawaiian Style)", "Unchained Melody", "Honolulu Nightlife", "Across The Sea", "Hawaiian Wedding Song", "Blue Hawaii", "Little Grass Shack", "How Great Thou Art") (1 episode, 1988), Performer ("Rocky Top", "9 to 5", "In The Pines", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Poor Folks Town", "Mountain Magic", "In The Sweet By and By", "On Top of Old Smokey", "Amazing Grace/At The Cross", "In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)", "I Will Always Love You", "The Better Part of Life") (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("This Little Light of Mine", "Bubbling Over", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Hey, Good Lookin'", "You've Got a Headlock on My Heart", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You", "Someone to Watch Over Me", "Look On The Bright Side", "Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("Hoedown Showdown", "Islands In The Stream", "The River Unbroken", "The Other Woman Medley - We've Got Tonight/Anyone Who Isn't Me Tonight/Don't Fall In Love with a Dreamer/Real Love", "The Stranger", "Blaze of Glory", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("Fire That Keeps You Warm", "I Will Always Love You", "Hollywood Potters") (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("Down By The Riverside", "Iko Iko", "When The Saints Go Marching In", "Rock-A-Bye Baby", "The House of the Rising Sun", "Down in New Orleans", "Working in the Coal Mine", "Fais Do-Do", "Louisiana Saturday Night", "Shall We Gather at the River/Gather On The Other Side", "Blue Bayou") (1 episode, 1988), Writer ("Bubbling Over", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You", "Look On The Bright Side", "Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 1987), Performer ("Hoedown Showdown", "Higher & Higher", "Blue Blue Day", "If I Could Be There (Too Hard To Be Soft)", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Wildflowers", "Operator/I'll Fly Away", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1988), Writer (Original theme song:, Theme song later changed to:, "My Tennessee Mountain Home", Closing theme song:), Performer (Original theme song:, Theme song later changed to:, "My Tennessee Mountain Home", Closing theme song:)  Less 1987–1988 22
    • Episode #1.22 (1988) Herself - Host, Composer (theme music), Production Supervisor, Performer ("Hoedown Showdown", "When Will I Be Loved", "Coal Miner's Daughter/You Ain't Woman Enough/Don't Come Home a Drinkin' (with Lovin' On Your Mind)/Blue Kentucky Girl/One's On The Way/The Pill/Coal Miner's Daughter (reprise) Medley", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Applejack", "Waterloo", "I Shall Not Be Moved", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Hoedown Showdown", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Applejack", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
    • Down in New Orleans (Apr 30, 1988) Herself - Host, Composer (theme music), Production Supervisor, Performer ("Down By The Riverside", "Iko Iko", "When The Saints Go Marching In", "Rock-A-Bye Baby", "The House of the Rising Sun", "Down in New Orleans", "Working in the Coal Mine", "Fais Do-Do", "Louisiana Saturday Night", "Shall We Gather at the River/Gather On The Other Side", "Blue Bayou")  Less
    • Episode #1.20 (1988) Herself - Host, Composer (theme music), Production Supervisor, Performer ("Hoedown Showdown", "Higher & Higher", "Blue Blue Day", "If I Could Be There (Too Hard To Be Soft)", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Wildflowers", "Operator/I'll Fly Away", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Hoedown Showdown", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Wildflowers", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
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  • Primary photo for Nine to FiveNine to Five (TV Series) Composer (theme music) (85 episodes, 1982–1988), Performer ("9 to 5"), Writer ("9 to 5")  Less 1982–1988 85
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  • Primary photo for Down and Out with Donald DuckDown and Out with Donald Duck (TV Movie) Performer ("Nine To Five"), Writer ("Nine To Five")  Less 1987
  • Primary photo for A Smoky Mountain ChristmasA Smoky Mountain Christmas (TV Movie) Lorna Davis, Performer ("Mountain Magic", "Pretty is as Pretty Does", "(I've Been Dreaming of) A Smoky Mountain Christmas", "All Wrapped Up In You", "Christmas With Santa", "Country Memories", "I'd Like To Spend Christmas With Santa", "A Smoky Mountain Christmas", "Look On The Bright Side"), Writer ("Mountain Magic", "Pretty is as Pretty Does", "(I've Been Dreaming of) A Smoky Mountain Christmas", "All Wrapped Up In You", "Country Memories", "I'd Like To Spend Christmas With Santa", "A Smoky Mountain Christmas", "Look On The Bright Side"), Writer (Co-Story)  Less 1986
  • Primary photo for DisneylandDisneyland (TV Series) Performer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 1986), Herself (1 episode, 1986), Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 1986)  Less 1986 1
  • Primary photo for The Winning HandThe Winning Hand (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("The Little Things", "Everything's Beautiful (In It's Own Way)", "What Do You Think About Lovin'", "Ping Pong", "Put It Off Until Tomorrow", "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby", "Don't Let Your Left Hand Know (What Your Right Hand Does)"), Writer ("The Little Things", "Everything's Beautiful (In It's Own Way)", "What Do You Think About Lovin'", "Put It Off Until Tomorrow", "Don't Let Your Left Hand Know (What Your Right Hand Does)")  Less 1985
  • Primary photo for Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton: TogetherKenny Rogers and Dolly Parton: Together (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Real Love", "Here You Come Again", "Jolene", "Applejack", "Coat of Many Colors", "We've Got Tonight", "Blaze of Glory", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Two Doors Down", "Drag Annette", "I Don't Want to Throw Rice (I Want to Throw Rocks at Her)", "I'll Oilwells Love You", "Appalachian Memories", "9 to 5", "The Stranger", "Islands in the Stream"), Writer ("Jolene", "Applejack", "Coat of Many Colors", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Two Doors Down", "I Don't Want to Throw Rice (I Want to Throw Rocks at Her)", "I'll Oilwells Love You", "Appalachian Memories", "9 to 5", "The Stranger")  Less 1985
  • Primary photo for Miami ViceMiami Vice (TV Series) Performer ("Great Balls of Fire") (1 episode, 1985)  Less 1985 1
    • Golden Triangle: Part 1 (Jan 11, 1985) Performer ("Great Balls of Fire") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Single Bars, Single WomenSingle Bars, Single Women (TV Movie) Performer ("Single Women")  Less 1984
  • Primary photo for Kenny & Dolly: A Christmas to RememberKenny & Dolly: A Christmas to Remember (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("A Christmas to Remember", "The Christmas Song", "Winter Wonderland/Sleigh Ride", "With Bells On", "The Greatest Gift of All", "White Christmas", "I Believe in Santa Claus", "Christmas Without You", "Once Upon a Christmas"), Writer ("A Christmas to Remember", "With Bells On", "I Believe in Santa Claus", "Christmas Without You", "Once Upon a Christmas")  Less 1984
  • Primary photo for ButterfliesButterflies (TV Series) Composer (theme music) (28 episodes, 1978–1983), Lyrics ("Love is Like a Butterfly")  Less 1978–1983 28
    • Loose Ends (Oct 19, 1983) Composer (theme music) (uncredited)  Less
    • Breaking Up (Oct 12, 1983) Composer (theme music) (uncredited)  Less
    • Calling (Oct 5, 1983) Composer (theme music) (uncredited)  Less
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  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton Meets the KidsDolly Parton Meets the Kids (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Little Tiny Tassletop", "Here You Come Again", "Try"), Writer ("Little Tiny Tassletop", "Try")  Less 1983
  • Primary photo for Dolly in ConcertDolly in Concert (TV Special) Herself, Performer ("Baby, I'm Burnin'", "Jolene", "Two Doors Down", "Coat of Many Colors", "Appalachian Memories", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind?", "Me and Little Andy", "Down From Dover", "Here You Come Again", "Nine to Five", "Great Balls of Fire", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Baby, I'm Burnin'", "Jolene", "Two Doors Down", "Coat of Many Colors", "Appalachian Memories", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind?", "Me and Little Andy", "Down From Dover", "Nine to Five", "I Will Always Love You")  Less 1983
  • Primary photo for WoganWogan (TV Series) Performer ("9 to 5", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1983), Writer ("9 to 5", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1983), Herself - Musical Guest (1 episode, 1983)  Less 1983 1
    • Episode #2.11 (Mar 26, 1983) Herself - Musical Guest, Performer ("9 to 5", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("9 to 5", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
  • Primary photo for 17th Annual Country Music Association Awards17th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Special) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Islands In The Stream")  Less 1983
  • Primary photo for The Barbara Walters SpecialThe Barbara Walters Special (TV Series) Herself (3 episodes, 1977–1982), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Appalachain Memories", "Calm On The Water", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning") (1 episode, 1982), Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Here You Come Again", "Appalachain Memories", "Calm On The Water", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning") (1 episode, 1982)  Less 1977–1982 3
    • Episode #2.1 (Dec 6, 1977) Herself  Less
    • Episode dated 14 December 1982 (Dec 14, 1982) Herself, Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Here You Come Again", "Appalachain Memories", "Calm On The Water", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning"), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Appalachain Memories", "Calm On The Water", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning")  Less
    • Episode dated 9 August 1978 (Aug 9, 1978) Herself  Less
  • Primary photo for The Best Little Special in TexasThe Best Little Special in Texas (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Rocky Top")  Less 1982
  • Primary photo for Cheryl Ladd: Scenes from a SpecialCheryl Ladd: Scenes from a Special (TV Movie) Writer ("9 To 5")  Less 1982
  • Primary photo for The 53rd Annual Academy AwardsThe 53rd Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) Herself - Performer, Performer ("9 to 5"), Writer ("9 to 5")  Less 1981
  • Primary photo for BandstandBandstand (TV Series) Performer ("Baby I'm Burnin'") (1 episode, 1979), Performer ("9 To 5") (1 episode, 1981), Writer ("Baby I'm Burnin'") (1 episode, 1979), Writer ("9 To 5") (1 episode, 1981)  Less 1979–1981 2
    • Episode #24.16 (Feb 21, 1981) Performer ("9 To 5"), Writer ("9 To 5")  Less
    • Episode #22.11 (Jan 13, 1979) Performer ("Baby I'm Burnin'"), Writer ("Baby I'm Burnin'")  Less
  • Primary photo for Dolly Parton: On TourDolly Parton: On Tour (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Performer ("(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher And Higher", "Here You Come Again", "All I Can Do", "Jolene", "Rocky Top", "To Daddy", "Coat of Many Colors", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "Heartbreaker", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("All I Can Do", "Jolene", "To Daddy", "Coat of Many Colors", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "I Will Always Love You")  Less 1980
  • Primary photo for Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell SistersBarbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters (TV Series) Performer ("9 to 5", "Can't Buy Me Love") (1 episode, 1980), Herself (1 episode, 1980), Writer ("9 to 5") (1 episode, 1980)  Less 1980 1
    • Episode #1.1 (Nov 18, 1980) Herself, Performer ("9 to 5", "Can't Buy Me Love"), Writer ("9 to 5")  Less
  • Primary photo for The Merv Griffin ShowThe Merv Griffin Show (TV Series) Herself (2 episodes, 1975–1980), Writer ("Jolene", "9 to 5", "Applejack") (1 episode, 1980), Performer ("Jolene", "9 to 5", "Applejack") (1 episode, 1980)  Less 1975–1980 2
    • Episode #18.70 (Nov 17, 1980) Herself, Performer ("Jolene", "9 to 5", "Applejack"), Writer ("Jolene", "9 to 5", "Applejack")  Less
    • Episode #13.78 (Dec 18, 1975) Herself  Less
  • Primary photo for The Midnight SpecialThe Midnight Special (TV Series) Herself / Herself - Host (4 episodes, 1975–1979), Performer ("Baby I'm Burnin'") (1 episode, 1979), Performer ("You're The Only One", "Great Balls Of Fire", "Star Of The Show") (1 episode, 1979), Performer ("Two Doors Down", "Here You Come Again", "Heartbreaker", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1978), Performer ("Jolene", "We Used To") (1 episode, 1975), Writer ("Star Of The Show") (1 episode, 1979), Writer ("Two Doors Down") (1 episode, 1980), Writer ("Two Doors Down", "Baby I'm Burnin'", "Jolene", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1978), Writer ("Baby I'm Burnin'") (1 episode, 1979), Writer ("Jolene", "We Used To") (1 episode, 1975), Performer ("Here You Come Again", "Two Doors Down") (1 episode, 1980)  Less 1975–1980 5
    • Episode #8.16 (Feb 1, 1980) Performer ("Here You Come Again", "Two Doors Down"), Writer ("Two Doors Down")  Less
    • Episode #7.30 (Jun 29, 1979) Herself, Performer ("You're The Only One", "Great Balls Of Fire", "Star Of The Show"), Writer ("Star Of The Show")  Less
    • Episode #7.16 (Feb 9, 1979) Herself, Performer ("Baby I'm Burnin'"), Writer ("Baby I'm Burnin'")  Less
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  • Primary photo for Country Superstars of the 70sCountry Superstars of the 70s (TV Movie) Herself - Host, Performer ("Country Is", "Here You Come Again", "The Seeker", "All I Can Do", "Jolene", "Two Doors Down", "I Will Always Love You", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Coat of Many Colors", "Applejack"), Writer ("The Seeker", "All I Can Do", "Jolene", "Two Doors Down", "I Will Always Love You", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Coat of Many Colors", "Applejack")  Less 1979
  • Primary photo for 13th Annual Country Music Association Awards13th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Sweet Summer Lovin'")  Less 1979
  • Primary photo for Dolly and Carol in NashvilleDolly and Carol in Nashville (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("No One Picks Like a Nashville Picker Picks", "It's a Kick, Kickin' Around with You", "Wayfaring Stranger", "Amazing Grace", "In The Sweet By and By", "I'll Fly Away", "Old Time Religion", "This Little Light of Mine", "The Pedestal Song", "Heart to Heart Medley", "Turn Around")  Less 1979
  • Primary photo for Pop! Goes the CountryPop! Goes the Country (TV Series) Herself (4 episodes, 1974–1978), Performer (" (Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher And Higher", "It's All Wrong, But It's All Right", "Applejack") (1 episode, 1977), Writer ("The Bargain Store") (1 episode, 1975), Performer (" (Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher And Higher", "Applejack") (1 episode, 1978), Writer ("Applejack") (1 episode, 1978), Writer ("Jolene", "Love Is Like a Butterfly") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Jolene", "Love Is Like a Butterfly") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("The Bargain Store", "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot") (1 episode, 1975), Writer ("It's All Wrong, But It's All Right", "Applejack") (1 episode, 1977)  Less 1974–1978 4
    • Episode #5.11 (Nov 18, 1978) Herself, Performer (" (Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher And Higher", "Applejack"), Writer ("Applejack")  Less
    • Episode #4.20 (1977) Herself, Performer (" (Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher And Higher", "It's All Wrong, But It's All Right", "Applejack"), Writer ("It's All Wrong, But It's All Right", "Applejack")  Less
    • Episode #1.21 (Jan 25, 1975) Herself, Performer ("The Bargain Store", "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot"), Writer ("The Bargain Store")  Less
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  • Primary photo for 12th Annual Country Music Association Awards12th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Heartbreaker"), Writer ("To Daddy")  Less 1978
  • Primary photo for Cher... SpecialCher... Special (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Two Doors Down", "Musical Battle to Save Cher's Soul Medley"), Writer ("Two Doors Down")  Less 1978
  • Primary photo for 50 Years of Country Music50 Years of Country Music (TV Movie) Herself - Host, Performer ("Here You Come Again", "Mule Skinner Blues", "The Cowgirl and the Dandy", "The Seeker/All I Can Do/Jolene/Two Doors Down/I Will Always Love You (Medley)", "Hank Williams Medley"), Writer ("The Seeker/All I Can Do/Jolene/Two Doors Down/I Will Always Love You (Medley)")  Less 1978
  • Primary photo for The Muppet ShowThe Muppet Show (TV Series) Writer ("Applejack") (1 episode, 1977)  Less 1977 1
    • Bernadette Peters (Nov 5, 1977) Writer ("Applejack") (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for 11th Annual Country Music Association Awards11th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Here You Come Again")  Less 1977
  • Primary photo for Mac Davis: Sounds Like HomeMac Davis: Sounds Like Home (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Applejack", "Naughty Girl"), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Applejack")  Less 1977
  • Primary photo for The Mike Douglas ShowThe Mike Douglas Show (TV Series) Herself - Co-Host / Herself (7 episodes, 1970–1977), Writer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly") (1 episode, 1977), Performer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly") (1 episode, 1977), Performer ("Suspicious Minds") (1 episode, 1977)  Less 1970–1977 7
    • Episode #15.189 (May 27, 1977) Herself - Co-Host  Less
    • Episode #15.188 (May 26, 1977) Herself - Co-Host, Performer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly"), Writer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly")  Less
    • Episode #15.187 (May 25, 1977) Herself - Co-Host, Performer ("Suspicious Minds")  Less
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  • Primary photo for MusikladenMusikladen (TV Series) Performer ("Your Love Has Lifted Me) (1 episode, 1977), Writer ("All I Can Do", "Jolene", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "Coat of Many Colors", "Applejack", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "I Will Always Love You", "Getting In My Way", "Me and Little Andy", "How Does It Feel", "Holdin' On To You", "The Seeker") (1 episode, 1977), Herself (1 episode, 1977)  Less 1977 1
    • Episode #1.33 (May 21, 1977) Herself, Performer ("Your Love Has Lifted Me), Writer ("All I Can Do", "Jolene", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "Coat of Many Colors", "Applejack", "Light of a Clear Blue Morning", "I Will Always Love You", "Getting In My Way", "Me and Little Andy", "How Does It Feel", "Holdin' On To You", "The Seeker")  Less
  • Primary photo for Captain KangarooCaptain Kangaroo (TV Series) Performer ("Crackerjack") (1 episode, 1976), Writer ("Crackerjack") (1 episode, 1976), Herself (1 episode, 1976)  Less 1976 1
  • Primary photo for 10th Annual Country Music Association Awards10th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Applejack"), Writer ("Applejack")  Less 1976
  • Primary photo for Top of the PopsTop of the Pops (TV Series) Performer ("Jolene") (1 episode, 1976)  Less 1976 1
  • Primary photo for DollyDolly (TV Series) Herself - Host (26 episodes, 1976), Composer (theme music) (26 episodes, 1976), Writer ("All I Can Do", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (2 episodes), Writer ("I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (2 episodes), Performer ("Promised Land", "We'll Sing In The Sunshine", "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor on the Bedpost Overnight", "With Pen In Hand") (1 episode), Performer ("Loves Me Like a Rock", "The Way We Were", "Midnight Train to Georgia", "Looking Back To See", "Bubblin' Over") (1 episode), Performer ("Great Balls of Fire", "Lyin' Eyes", "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby", "City of New Orleans", "Searching") (1 episode), Performer ("Gypsy Fever", "House Of The Rising Sun", "Love With Me", "Highway Heading South", "The Seeker") (1 episode), Performer ("Love Will Keep Us Together", "Early Morning Breeze", "Everything Old Is New Again", "Mack The Knife", "The Bargain Store", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (1 episode), Writer ("Early Morning Breeze", "The Bargain Store", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (1 episode), Performer ("Flowers On The Wall", "That's The Way I Like It", "He Would Know", "In The Ghetto", "Cryin' Time", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (1 episode), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Crackerjack") (1 episode), Writer ("Down From Dover") (1 episode), Writer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly", "You") (1 episode), Performer ("Silver Threads and Golden Needles", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "The Sweetest Gift", "Bury Me Beneath The Willow Tree", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1976), Writer ("Joshua") (1 episode), Writer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (1 episode), Writer ("Bubblin' Over") (1 episode), Writer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Applejack", "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1976), Performer ("The Door Is Always Open", "A Little at a Time", "Carroll County Accident", "Proud Mary", "Let It Be Me") (1 episode), Performer ("Let Me Be There", "All I Can Do", "The Battle of New Orleans", "Drift Away", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (1 episode), Performer ("Jolene", "Sing a Little Sunshine", "Sunshine On My Shoulders", "I Believe", "Tiptoe Through the Tulips", "Twelfth Of Never", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (1 episode), Performer ("China Grove", "Feelings", "My Funny Valentine", "All I Can Do", "I Know", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (1 episode), Performer ("Burning Love", "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay", "Hello Dolly", "Help Me Make it Through the Night", "Thank God I'm a Country Girl/Boy") (1 episode), Performer ("Thank God I'm a Country Girl", "Today I Started Loving You Again", "Down on Music Row", "Blues Stay Away From My Door", "Song Sung Blue", "My Blue Tears", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1976), Performer ("That'll Be The Day", "Swanee River", "Gettin' Happy", "Taking Care of Business", "We Used To", "Dumb Blonde") (1 episode, 1976), Performer ("Hey Lucky Lady", "Queen of the Silver Dollar", "Yesterday/For The Good Times/Help Me Make It Through The Night/Bridge Over Troubled Waters" Medley, "Spiders and Snakes", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1976), Performer ("Proud Mary", "Rhinestone Cowgirl (Cowboy)", "Love Is Like a Butterfly", "Take These Chains From My Heart", "You") (1 episode), Writer ("A Little at a Time") (1 episode), Performer ("Bad, Bad Leroy Brown", "Me and Little Andy", "The Night Life", "Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms", "I Believe in Music", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1976), Performer ("Old Black Kettle", "Brand New Key", "In The Pines", "In The Sweet Bye and Bye") (1 episode), Writer ("Gypsy Fever", "Love With Me", "The Seeker") (1 episode), Performer ("The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face", "Gettin' Happy", "What Ain't to Be, Just Might Happen", "Me and Bobby McGee") (1 episode), Performer ("Slippin' Away", "Down From Dover", "Afternoon Delight", "Bye Bye Love") (1 episode), Performer ("The Entertainer", "The Last Time I Saw Him", "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show", "Don't Let Go", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (1 episode), Writer ("Gettin' Happy", "We Used To") (1 episode, 1976), Writer ("He Would Know", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (1 episode), Writer ("Me and Little Andy", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1976), Performer ("When Will I Be Loved", "Circle Game", "Gentle On My Mind", "How Great Thou Art") (1 episode), Writer ("Hey Lucky Lady", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1976), Performer ("Knock Three Times", "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown", "He's Got The Whole World in His Hands", "Joshua", "Spanish Eyes", "Brown Eyed Handsome Man", "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain') (1 episode), Writer ("Old Black Kettle", "Down") (1 episode), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 1976), Performer (" (Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher And Higher", "Mr. Bojangles", "American Trilogy", "Before The Next Teardrop Falls", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)) (1 episode), Performer ("Sneaky Snake", "Coat of Many Colors", "Crackerjack", "I Love") (1 episode), Writer ("Down on Music Row", "My Blue Tears", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1976), Performer ("Aba Daba Honeymoon", "Joy to the World", "My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Coat of Many Colors", "Three Little Fishes") (1 episode, 1976), Writer ("Gettin' Happy") (1 episode), Writer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly"), Performer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly")  Less 1976 26
    • Episode #1.26 Herself - Host, Composer (theme music), Performer ("Let Me Be There", "All I Can Do", "The Battle of New Orleans", "Drift Away", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)), Writer ("All I Can Do", "I Will Always Love You" (partial))  Less
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    • Episode #1.24 Herself - Host, Composer (theme music), Performer ("Jolene", "Sing a Little Sunshine", "Sunshine On My Shoulders", "I Believe", "Tiptoe Through the Tulips", "Twelfth Of Never", "I Will Always Love You" (partial)), Writer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You" (partial))  Less
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  • Primary photo for Dinah!Dinah! (TV Series) Performer ("We Used To", "Love Is Like a Butterfly") (1 episode, 1976), Herself - Performer (1 episode, 1976), Writer ("We Used To", "Love Is Like a Butterfly") (1 episode, 1976)  Less 1976 1
    • Episode #2.87 (Jan 20, 1976) Herself - Performer, Performer ("We Used To", "Love Is Like a Butterfly"), Writer ("We Used To", "Love Is Like a Butterfly")  Less
  • Primary photo for The Porter Wagoner ShowThe Porter Wagoner Show (TV Series) Herself - Guest / Herself / Herself - Special Guest Host (218 episodes, 1967–1975), Writer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy") (7 episodes, 1970–1973), Writer ("Joshua") (5 episodes, 1970–1973), Writer ("Your Ole Handy Man") (5 episodes, 1967–1970), Writer ("Jolene") (5 episodes, 1973–1974), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home") (4 episodes, 1973–1974), Writer ("Bubbling Over") (3 episodes, 1973–1974), Writer ("I'm In No Condition") (3 episodes, 1969–1970), Performer ("Dumb Blonde") (3 episodes, 1967–1969), Writer ("I'm Not Worth The Tears") (3 episodes, 1967–1969), Writer ("I Will Always Love You") (3 episodes, 1974), Performer ("Jolene") (3 episodes, 1973–1974), Performer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy") (2 episodes, 1970), Performer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "If Teardrops Were Pennies") (2 episodes, 1973), Performer ("Gypsy, Joe and Me") (2 episodes, 1970–1973), Writer ("Something Fishy") (2 episodes, 1967–1969), Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man") (2 episodes, 1974), Performer ("You're Gonna Be Sorry") (2 episodes, 1968–1969), Performer ("Walk Through This World With Me") (2 episodes, 1967–1968), Performer ("Ode to Billie Joe") (2 episodes, 1967–1968), Performer ("I'm In No Condition") (2 episodes, 1969–1970), Writer ("Traveling Man", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man") (2 episodes, 1973), Writer ("Traveling Man") (2 episodes, 1973), Performer ("Traveling Man", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man") (2 episodes, 1973), Writer ("In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)") (2 episodes, 1970–1971), Writer ("I Couldn't Wait Forever") (2 episodes, 1967), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors") (2 episodes, 1973–1974), Writer ("Gypsy, Joe and Me") (2 episodes, 1970–1973), Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man") (2 episodes, 1974), Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home") (2 episodes, 1972–1973), Writer ("Why, Why, Why") (2 episodes, 1967), Writer ("You're Gonna Be Sorry") (2 episodes, 1968–1969), Writer ("Just Because I'm a Woman") (2 episodes, 1968), Performer ("Joshua") (2 episodes, 1970), Performer ("Why, Why, Why") (2 episodes, 1967), Performer ("Your Ole Handy Man", "Dumb Blonde") (1 episode, 1967), Performer ("Lonely Coming Down", "Her and the Car and the Mobile Home") (1 episode, 1972), Performer ("Just The Way I Am", "Jeannie's Afraid of the Dark") (1 episode, 1972), Performer ("Dumb Blonde", "Holding On To Nothin'") (1 episode, 1968), Performer ("The Right Combination") (1 episode, 1974), Writer ("Love With Me") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("She Never Met a Man (She Didn't Like)") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("A Better Place to Live") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "We Found It", "The Crawdad Song") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Bubbling Over", "The Last Thing On My Mind") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("Jolene", "Lost Forever in Your Kiss") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("Daddy") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("Daddy Come and Get Me", "Dumb Blonde") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Mine") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("I'm Not Worth The Tears", "The World Needs A Washin'") (1 episode, 1967), Performer ("Try Being Lonely", "Before I Met You") (1 episode, 1967), Performer ("Traveling Man", "When I Sing For Him") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Traveling Man", "The Pain of Loving You") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("The Last Thing On My Mind", "I Couldn't Wait Forever") (1 episode, 1967), Performer ("Don't Let It Trouble Your Mind") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("Better Things In Life", "Your Ole Handy Man") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("Dumb Blonde", "Something Fishy") (1 episode, 1967), Writer ("Tomorrow Is Forever") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("Run That Be Me One More Time", "I Couldn't Wait Forever") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Fuel To The Flame") (1 episode, 1967), Writer ("Your Ole Handy Man", "Mama Say A Prayer") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "That's When Love Will Mean The Most") (1 episode, 1974), Writer ("The Fire's Still Burning", "The Pain of Loving You") (1 episode, 1971), Writer ("Just Because I'm a Woman", "Golden Streets of Glory") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("Daddy", "Malena") (1 episode, 1969), Writer ("Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Just the Way I Am") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Better Move It On Home") (1 episode, 1971), Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "When I Sing For Him") (1 episode, 1974), Writer ("Put It Off Until Tommorrow", "Your Ole Handy Man", "I'm In No Condition") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("I'm Not Worth The Tears") (1 episode, 1968), Performer ("Just Because I'm a Woman", "Holding On To Nothin'") (1 episode, 1968), Writer ("My Kind of Man") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("He Is Real") (1 episode, 1968), Writer ("Daddy Come and Get Me", "Fairchild") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Together Always") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("I Couldn't Wait Forever", "Before I Met You") (1 episode, 1967), Performer ("Touch Your Woman", "The Right Combination") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "Her and the Car and the Mobile Home") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "It's My Time") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Run That By Me One More Time", "Robert") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("Traveling Man", "The Right Combination", "He Is Real") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Joshua", "Just Someone I Used To Know") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("I'm Doing This For Your Sake", "The Pain of Loving You") (1 episode, 1971), Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "The Pain of Loving You") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("There's Better Things In Life", "Your Ole Handy Man") (1 episode, 1969), Writer ("Fairchild", "Little Bird") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("Big Wind", "I'm Doing This for Your Sake", "If We Never Meet Again (This Side of Heaven)") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("I Wish I Felt This Way at Home") (1 episode, 1968), Writer ("I'm Doing This For Your Sake", "The Pain of Loving You") (1 episode, 1971), Performer ("Mine", "Wait a Little Longer, Please Jesus") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Sacred Memories") (1 episode, 1974), Writer ("Just The Way I Am", "Jeannie's Afraid of the Dark") (1 episode, 1972), Performer ("We Found It") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Try Being Lonely") (1 episode, 1968), Performer ("Lonely Comin' Down", "Together Always") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("The Fire's Still Burning", "The Pain of Loving You", "Crawdad Song") (1 episode, 1971), Performer ("Your Ole Handy Man", "Mama Say A Prayer", "Milwaukee Here I Come") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("I'll Oilwells Love You", "Holding On To Nothin'") (1 episode, 1968), Writer ("Traveling Man", "The Pain of Loving You") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("Just The Way I Am") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Joshua") (1 episode, 1974), Writer ("Mommie, Ain't That Daddy") (1 episode, 1968), Performer ("The Bargain Store", "The Seeker") (1 episode, 1975), Performer ("Just Because I'm a Woman") (1 episode, 1968), Performer ("Run That By Me One More Time", "Robert") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "If Teardrops Were Pennies") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("My Kind of Man", "Together Always") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("I'm Not Worth the Tears") (1 episode, 1967), Writer ("Touch Your Woman") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Joshua") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Baby Sister", "Dumb Blonde") (1 episode, 1968), Writer ("Traveling Man", "He Is Real") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Cryin' Time", "Put It Off Until Tommorrow", "Your Ole Handy Man", "I'm In No Condition") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Jolene", "I Am Always Waiting") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Just Someone I Used To Know", "Chas") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("We Had All The Good Things Going") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("I've Lived My Life", "If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away)", "Acuff Rose") (1 episode, 1967), Performer ("Traveling Man", "If Teardrops Were Pennies") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Joshua", "Take Away") (1 episode, 1972), Performer ("Milwaukee Here I Come", "Jolene", "God's Coloring Book") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Each Season Changes You", "Little Bird") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("He's A Go Getter", "The Last One to Touch Me") (1 episode, 1971), Performer ("Break My Mind", "Tall Man") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Chas") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("Put It Off Until Tomorrow") (1 episode, 1967), Performer ("The Tender Touch of Love", "The Right Combination") (1 episode, 1971), Performer ("Jolene", "Lost Forever in Your Kiss") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("The Last One to Touch Me") (1 episode, 1976), Writer ("Jeannie's Afraid of the Dark", "Daddy Come and Get Me") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("He's Everywhere") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Tomorrow Is Forever", "Just The Way I Am") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Just Because I'm a Woman", "The Pain of Loving You") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("She Never Met a Man (She Didn't Like)") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Love With Me", "Satan's River", "The Crawdad Song") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Jolene", "The Right Combination") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("I Washed My Face in the Morning Dew", "Daddy") (1 episode, 1969), Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "Sacred Memories") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Cryin' Time", "Once More", "Where The Roses Never Fade") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Put It Off Until Tomorrow") (1 episode, 1967), Performer ("Washday Blues", "If Teardrops Were Pennies", "How Great Thou Art") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("Touch Your Woman", "Golden Streets of Glory") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("Touch Your Woman", "Traveling Man") (1 episode, 1974), Writer ("I Will Always Love You", "The Pain of Loving You") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Holding On To Nothin'", "Everything's Beautiful (In Its Own Way)", "He Is Real") (1 episode, 1968), Performer ("A Better Place to Live", "Where No One Stands Alone") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("I'm Doing This for Your Sake") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("Early Morning Breeze", "Sacred Memories") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "The Right Combination") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("Early Morning Breeze", "Sacred Memories") (1 episode, 1974), Writer ("Love With Me", "Lost Forever In Your Kiss") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel #8)") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("I'll Oilwells Love You") (1 episode, 1968), Performer ("I Can't Stop Loving You", "Poison Love (partial)") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "I Believe") (1 episode, 1974), Writer ("Don't Let It Trouble Your Mind", "Jeannie's Afraid of The Dark") (1 episode, 1969), Writer ("My Tennessee Mountain Home", "The Last One to Touch Me") (1 episode, 1972), Performer ("The Crawdad Song", "In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)", "If We Never Meet Again (This Side of Heaven)") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("Just Because I'm a Woman", "Golden Streets of Glory") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Jolene", "I Am Always Waiting") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("False Eyelashes", "I'm In No Condition") (1 episode, 1969), Writer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly") (1 episode, 1974), Writer ("Don't Let It Trouble Your Mind") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("The Only Way Out (Is To Walk Over Me)") (1 episode, 1968), Writer ("Jolene", "God's Coloring Book") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("Lost Forever In Your Kiss", "Golden Streets of Glory") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Jolene", "Sacred Memories") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Just the Way I Am", "I Am Always Waiting") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("Tomorrow Is Forever", "Just The Way I Am") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("My Kind of Man", "When I Sing For Him") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Don't Let It Trouble Your Mind", "If We Never Meet Again (This Side of Heaven)", "Jeannie's Afraid of The Dark") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("Touch Your Woman", "Traveling Man") (1 episode, 1974), Writer ("I'm Not Worth the Tears") (1 episode, 1967), Writer ("Run That Be Me One More Time", "I Couldn't Wait Forever") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("Love Is Like a Butterfly") (1 episode, 1974), Writer ("Why, Why, Why?") (1 episode, 1967), Performer ("Mommie, Ain't That Daddy") (1 episode, 1968), Performer ("He's A Go Getter") (1 episode, 1971), Performer ("Bubbling Over", "In the Garden") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Jolene", "Her and the Car and the Mobile Home") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Jeannie's Afraid of the Dark", "The Last Thing On My Mind", "Daddy Come and Get Me") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel #8)", "Just Someone I Used To Know") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("Fuel To The Flame", "How Great Thou Art") (1 episode, 1967), Performer ("If Teardrops Were Pennies") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel #8)", "Tomorrow Is Forever", "Who At My Door Is Standing?") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Golden Streets of Glory") (1 episode, 1972), Performer ("The World Needs a Washin'", "Daddy", "Malena") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("Your Ole Handy Man", "If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away)") (1 episode, 1967), Writer ("Run That By Me One More Time", "Jeannie's Afraid of the Dark") (1 episode, 1971), Writer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "The Pain of Loving You", "The Crawdad Song") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Joshua", "Comin' For To Carry Me Home") (1 episode, 1971), Performer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy", "Her and the Car and the Mobile Home") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Bubbling Over") (1 episode, 1974), Writer ("The Bargain Store", "The Seeker") (1 episode, 1975), Performer ("Run That By Me One More Time", "Mine") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Jeanne's Afraid of the Dark") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("Baby Sister") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("Your Ole Handy Man") (1 episode, 1968), Writer ("Run That By Me One More Time", "Mine") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Everything's Beautiful (In Its Own Way)", "He Is Real") (1 episode, 1968), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "The Pain of Loving You") (1 episode, 1973), Writer ("Jolene", "Sacred Memories") (1 episode, 1974), Writer ("I Couldn't Wait Forever", "Run That By Me One More Time") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("Jeanne's Afraid of the Dark", "If We Never Meet Again (This Side of Heaven)") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("I Couldn't Wait Forever", "Run That By Me One More Time") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Just the Way I Am", "I Am Always Waiting") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Run That By Me One More Time", "Tall Man", "If You Want to Be My Baby", "Jeannie's Afraid of the Dark", "The Crawdad Song" (extended version)) (1 episode, 1971), Performer ("Acuff Rose", "Why, Why, Why?") (1 episode, 1967), Performer ("My Kind of Man", "Together Always") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Touch Your Woman", "Golden Streets of Glory") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Lost Forever In Your Kiss", "Golden Streets of Glory") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Lonesome Road Blues") (1 episode, 1968), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors", "Sacred Memories") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Washday Blues", "Golden Streets of Glory") (1 episode, 1972), Performer ("In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)", "Holding On To Nothin'") (1 episode, 1971), Performer ("I Will Always Love You", "Sacred Memories") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Holding On To Nothin'", "He Is Real") (1 episode, 1968), Performer ("Love With Me", "Lost Forever In Your Kiss") (1 episode, 1974), Performer ("Something Fishy", "Yours Love", "Foggy Mountain Top") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("Take Me Back to Tulsa", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Just the Way I Am") (1 episode, 1970), Performer ("Just Because I'm a Woman", "The Pain of Loving You") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("I'm Not Worth The Tears", "Who At My Door Is Standing?") (1 episode, 1969), Performer ("Just The Way I Am", "How Great Thou Art") (1 episode, 1970)  Less 1967–1976 219
    • Billy Grammer (1976) Writer ("The Last One to Touch Me")  Less
    • Dolly Parton (1975) Herself - Guest, Performer ("The Bargain Store", "The Seeker"), Writer ("The Bargain Store", "The Seeker")  Less
    • Dolly Parton and the Travelin' Family Band: Part 2 (Aug 16, 1974) Herself - Guest, Performer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You", "I Believe"), Writer ("Jolene", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
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  • Primary photo for Grand Old CountryGrand Old Country (TV Series) Writer ("Jolene", "Joshua") (1 episode, 1975), Performer ("Jolene", "Joshua") (1 episode, 1975), Herself (1 episode, 1975)  Less 1975 1
    • Episode dated 3 November 1975 (Nov 3, 1975) Herself, Performer ("Jolene", "Joshua"), Writer ("Jolene", "Joshua")  Less
  • Primary photo for 9th Annual Country Music Association Awards9th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Love is Like a Butterfly"), Writer ("Love is Like a Butterfly")  Less 1975
  • Primary photo for In ConcertIn Concert (TV Series) Writer ("Jolene", "Love Is Like a Butterfly", "Coat of Many Colors", "The Bargain Store") (1 episode, 1975), Herself (1 episode, 1975), Performer ("Jolene", "Love Is Like a Butterfly", "Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms", "Coat of Many Colors", "The Bargain Store") (1 episode, 1975)  Less 1975 1
    • Episode dated 10 May 1975 (May 10, 1975) Herself, Performer ("Jolene", "Love Is Like a Butterfly", "Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms", "Coat of Many Colors", "The Bargain Store"), Writer ("Jolene", "Love Is Like a Butterfly", "Coat of Many Colors", "The Bargain Store")  Less
  • Primary photo for Hee HawHee Haw (TV Series) Herself / Herself - Special Guest (3 episodes, 1970–1975), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors") (1 episode, 1972), Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "The Right Combination") (1 episode, 1972), Performer ("Love is Like a Butterfly", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1975), Performer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Love is Like a Butterfly", "I Will Always Love You") (1 episode, 1975)  Less 1970–1975 3
    • Episode #6.23 (Feb 15, 1975) Herself, Performer ("Love is Like a Butterfly", "I Will Always Love You"), Writer ("Love is Like a Butterfly", "I Will Always Love You")  Less
    • Episode #3.19 (Feb 12, 1972) Herself - Special Guest, Performer ("Coat of Many Colors", "The Right Combination"), Writer ("Coat of Many Colors")  Less
    • Episode #1.26 (Mar 18, 1970) Herself, Performer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy"), Writer ("My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy")  Less
  • Primary photo for 8th Annual Country Music Association Awards8th Annual Country Music Association Awards (TV Movie) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Jolene"), Writer ("Jolene")  Less 1974
  • Primary photo for RCA's Opening NightRCA's Opening Night (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Travelin' Man", "If Teardrops Were Pennies") (uncredited), Writer ("Travelin' Man") (uncredited)  Less 1973
  • Primary photo for The Wilburn Brothers ShowThe Wilburn Brothers Show (TV Series) Herself - Performer (2 episodes, 1967–1973), Writer ("Something Fishy") (1 episode, 1967), Performer ("Jolene", "Gypsy, Joe and Me", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Put It Off Until Tomorrow") (1 episode, 1973), Performer ("Dumb Blonde", "Somebody Touched Me", "Something Fishy") (1 episode, 1967), Writer ("Jolene", "Gypsy, Joe and Me", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Put It Off Until Tomorrow") (1 episode, 1973)  Less 1967–1973 2
    • Episode #1.540 (1973) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Jolene", "Gypsy, Joe and Me", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Put It Off Until Tomorrow"), Writer ("Jolene", "Gypsy, Joe and Me", "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man", "Put It Off Until Tomorrow")  Less
    • Episode #1.236 (May 16, 1967) Herself - Performer, Performer ("Dumb Blonde", "Somebody Touched Me", "Something Fishy"), Writer ("Something Fishy")  Less
  • Primary photo for That Good Ole Nashville MusicThat Good Ole Nashville Music (TV Series) Writer ("Joshua") (1 episode, 1971), Herself - Guest Performer (1 episode, 1971), Performer ("Joshua") (1 episode, 1971)  Less 1971 1
    • Episode dated 1 September 1971 (Sep 1, 1971) Herself - Guest Performer, Performer ("Joshua"), Writer ("Joshua")  Less
  • Primary photo for The Kraft Music HallThe Kraft Music Hall (TV Series) Herself (3 episodes, 1968–1970), Performer ("Run That By Me One More Time") (1 episode, 1970), Writer ("Run That By Me One More Time") (1 episode, 1970)  Less 1968–1970 3
  • Primary photo for The Johnny Cash ShowThe Johnny Cash Show (TV Series) Writer ("Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man") (1 episode, 1970)  Less 1970 1
    • Episode #2.2 (Sep 30, 1970) Writer ("Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man")  Less
  • Primary photo for An Old-Time Country ChristmasAn Old-Time Country Christmas (TV Movie) Herself, Performer ("Away In a Manger", "Where Santa Claus Lives", "Santa Claus is Coming to Town")  Less 1969
  • Primary photo for Music City USAMusic City USA (TV Series) Performer ("Dumb Blonde", "Something Fishy") (1 episode, 1967), Herself - Guest Performer (1 episode, 1967), Writer ("Something Fishy") (1 episode, 1967)  Less 1967 1
    • Episode #1.6 (1967) Herself - Guest Performer, Performer ("Dumb Blonde", "Something Fishy"), Writer ("Something Fishy")  Less
  • Primary photo for Pinoy Pop SuperstarPinoy Pop Superstar (TV Series) Writer ("I Will Always Love You")  Less 2005– 
  • Primary photo for Mindin' My Own BusinessMindin' My Own Business (TV Series) Executive Producer (1 episode), Catering Business Owner (1 episode)  Less 1996–  1
    • Unaired Pilot Catering Business Owner, Executive Producer  Less
  • Primary photo for Heavens to BetsyHeavens to Betsy (TV Series) Performer ("Heaven's to Betsy" (theme song), "Look On the Bright Side", "Brave Little Soldier", "Tomorrow Is Forever", "Gettin' Happy") (1 episode), Executive Producer (1 episode), Betsy Baxter (1 episode), Writer ("Heaven's to Betsy" (theme song), "Look On the Bright Side", "Brave Little Soldier", "Tomorrow Is Forever", "Gettin' Happy") (1 episode)  Less 1994–  1
    • Unaired Pilot Betsy Baxter, Executive Producer, Performer ("Heaven's to Betsy" (theme song), "Look On the Bright Side", "Brave Little Soldier", "Tomorrow Is Forever", "Gettin' Happy"), Writer ("Heaven's to Betsy" (theme song), "Look On the Bright Side", "Brave Little Soldier", "Tomorrow Is Forever", "Gettin' Happy")  Less
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