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The story of rock'n'roll singer Charles Valentine, who came from small-town Ohio and conquered New York. Charles' own narration is interspersed with interviews to people who know her — her friend Sarah, her brother Loren, her manager and more. Beauty, talent, charisma: Charles has it all, and it nets her a glamourous life. But is glamour enough for her? And what does glamour mean?

  1. Theresa Duncan

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Shannon Burkett

    Charles Valentine (voice)

  2. Danielle Ferland

    Sarah Barnicle (voice)

  3. Jerry Grayson

    Alphonse Harlan (voice)

  4. Cotter Smith

    Cotter Smith

    Loren Valentine (voice)

  5. Mary Louise Wilson

    Mary Louise Wilson

    Grace Greenberg (voice)

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  • July 16, 1999


Original Language English

Runtime 0h 40m

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