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Hollywood Lights, Nashville Nights

Two Hee Haw Honeys Dish Life, Love, Elvis, Buck, and Good Times in the Kornfield
Length: 11 hrs and 6 mins

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Publisher's Summary

In their star-studded memoir, Hollywood Lights, Nashville Nights, coauthors Victoria Hallman and Diana Goodman are the first of the iconic Hee Haw Honeys to write about their lives as the glamour gals of TV's longest-running syndicated variety show.

©2019 Victoria Hallman and Diana Goodman (P)2019 BearManor Media

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  • Shaun Gresham
  • 06-02-20

Nothing to pick and grin about

Pretty good read. But the stories are not long enough. Victoria didn't talk about why she left Her Haw and life after that. Diana didn't tell about her life after leaving Hee Haw. It's sad about how she waited for Elvis. I like both of their narration of the stories.

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  • Amy S.
  • 04-02-20

Much Ado About Nothing

The slowest Hollywood tell all in history made virtually intolerable by the narrator's flat emotionless veeerrry careful pronunciations. Also nobody interesting in anecdotes. Buck Owens, man in heat. Gimme a break. Skip it- even the most rabid Hee Haw fan will yawn.