OK, if for some CRAZY reason you have not seen this movie, then drop everything you're doing right now
and get a copy of it! This movie was amazing! I'm so happy they casted Reese Witherspoon to play June,
because Reese actually has morals, has her life under control, and is a real nice southern lady. Joaquin
Phoenix was casted to play Johnny Cash, and Joaquin is just......freakishly hot....a little bit to hot to play
Johnny, but I didn't mind watching him! This movie would of been better if it was equally about Johnny and
June...maybe more about June...but I'm not bitter because it was a great movie. :)
I feel really bad for rating this movie so low, because I know how much it meant to June and John, but I could
not follow this movie. I was really confused during a lot of it, and I thought it was weird how "Jesus" never
talked....it was just Johnny narrating everything. If he would of talked over June's parts I would have only
given it a half a star and been really mad, but fortunately for us she gets to talk....she even sings a song :). In
one of June's scenes, "Jesus" man handles her face, and during it June starts laughing so of course it made
me laugh along with her....he "man handled" her face for like 5 minutes...very interesting scene :).
June only has a small part in this movie, but I personally think she did a great job with it. She plays Robert
Duvall's mother so they made her look a lot older than she actually was, because Duvall is only 2 years
younger than June in real life. I thought this movie was a little weird, because I don't know if some Church's
are really like that....with the preacher yelling and rambling on about different things, but if it is, thats a little
scary....I don't like to be yelled at...especially in Church.
Whenever I watch one of Johnny Cash's concerts, I could really care less about watching him perform, so I fast
forward to the June parts. June actually makes several appearances during this concert along with her sisters
Helen and Anita and her amazing mother Maybelle! June and John sing a few songs together and June and
her sisters sing a beautiful tribute song they wrote for their mother. This is definitely a June-Friendly DVD.
This was a very good concert! Not only do you get to see June and John, but you also get to see their son
John Carter and June's daughter Rosey perform! They sing a bunch of Carter Family songs such as: Daddy
sang Bass, Keep on the Sunny Side, Wabash Cannonball, and Will the Circle Be Unbroken. This is a very
This Concert is a little bit harder to explain....first of all there are two different versions of it. In one of the
versions June makes 1 appearance and only sings one song with John. In the other version she sings two
duets with Johnny and then they are joined by her daughter Carlene, to sing "Keep on the Sunny side."
Being the geek that i am, i have both versions, and on one of the versions there is a special features section
that has more June appearances.....you can never have too much June, so that is a very good thing to have
available on a DVD.
This was hilarious! In this episode of "The Flip Wilson Show", Johnny and June are getting a real southern
party together with square dancing and they order a big cake. Flip Wilson comes out of the cake dressed
up as a woman and its just great. I won't spoil it for you but if you want to watch it, I posted it on dailymotion
so click here to watch it.
This is really short, and you could probably watch the entire thing on dailymotion or youtube if you don't want
to buy it. June, her daughters Carlene and Rosey, her mother Maybelle, and the couple's baby boy, John
Carter, make an appearance along with some of Johnny's family members. It's really cute to watch, but
believe it or not June doesn't say anything during it.
Johnny Cash Live at Montreux 1994:
I rated this concert 2 stars because June only performs two songs and then she leaves. Guess what song
her and John sung?.......it was "Jackson" suprise suprise. Johnny is extremly sweaty during this concert
and it's really gross. I really wish that whenever June came out on stage she brought a hanky with her, so
he could have wiped himself down. John Carter is also on this concert and he sings "Will the circle be
Unbroken" with his mom and pops. I really only like a handful of Johnny's songs, "Ghost Rider" being my
favorite, and he sings that during this concert so that made me happy.
I'm really not a Dr. Quinn Fan so my expectations going into this weren't that high. Even though this is an
extremely dumb show I watched the episodes June guest-starred on, because lets face it....June is
Amazing. Out of all the Dr. Quinn episodes I've seen with June, this one was my favorite. In this episode
that girl Charlotte from the show "Sex and the City" plays the part of a robber and tricks Quinn, the blond
guy she hangs with, June and John into thinking she was pregnant. Anyways, this was my favorite episode
because the four of them run into this shack like house with people shooting at them and all the sudden
Johnny takes out a guitar and starts singing a song....First of all...where the heck did that guitar come from
and secondly WHY did he break out in song? hahahahaha It was just really funny for me to watch....
Seriously, who would break out the guitar in a situation like this? haha only Johnny Cash.
In this episode of "Dr. Quinn" June makes her appearance as "Sister Ruth", and she busts into the church
singing and she gets everyone else to join in with her. Quinn and June get into a beef because June is
healing people with "the power of God" and Quinn only thinks medicine can heal people. At the end
everything works out and they are friends again. This episode was funny because June's character never
really even knew she was in a beef with Quinn, but the viewers knew Quinn wasn't to happy with her taking
away her customers hahha.
This was actually a really interesting movie. Even though June didn't have a huge part it was still a good
movie. I liked how in the movie Johnny whipped out a wedding photo of him and June to show their "son".
I thought this movie was kind of funny, but a normal person probably wouldn't of thought it was as funny
as I did. Whenever I see June on the screen I can't help smiling or laughing....her personality just makes
me smile on the inside and out. I've seen a couple of Johnny Cash's movies and I really like them.....I don't
care much for him as a singer, but as an actor he's amazing...especially when hes involved in a fight scene
....that man has me yelling, "WATCH OUT","PUNCH HIM BACK!", "GET UP!!" haha...I watch movies
around midnight so I'm constantly waking up my family with my yelling, but they know how i get into my
movies :) .
Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman: The Most Fatal Disease:
This was actually kind of an exciting episode. June and John's characters tell Dr. Quinn that they are going
to get a divorce. June says she doesn't know what happened and that he just changed over night and
didn't want to sleep in the same room as her or even talk to her. With a little interfering on Dr. Quinn's part
she finds out that John is dying and wants to get divorced because he doesn't think June would want to stick
around, and watch him get sicker and eventually die. He makes Dr. Quinn promise not to tell June, so she
doesn't.(I personally would of told her, but would have said, "I'll tell you, but you have to promise not to tell
John I told you.") At the end of the episode John finally tells June that hes sick and is going to die soon, and
she tells him she isn't going anywhere and she meant what she said in her wedding rows about "sickness
and health". When the episode ends June and John are no longer getting a divorce and everyone is happy
When I watched this episode, I was shocked to find out that for once June and John's character's weren't
religious. In this episode, June and John actually try stealing from a Reverend haha. June's character
cracked under pressure like a twig because she confessed to the Reverend what her and John were
planning to do. I don't know if it was the lighting from the DVD, but June's hair looked really dark....almost
black....haha i know that was random information but i thought you all should know. :)
Before you watch this movie, I have to warn you, June has a very small part. She plays the mother of Frank
and Jesse James, so shes dressed up as an old lady with grey hair and tons of wrinkles. The funniest thing
about her character is that she has ONE arm! I laughed so much when I first saw it because its soooo
obvious she still has a second arm and that she's hiding it in her sleeve. Johnny (Frank) and Kris (Jesse)
did a good job with their parts, but I definitely don't like Johnny with a mustache....it's gross and uncalled for.
Johnny Cash in San Quentin:
This was hilarious! Johnny is so funny. In the beginning some guy bends over and Johnny yells "Don't bend
over, did you forget where your at?". He also tells a funny story about how he was arrested for "picking
flowers." June makes an appearance and sings "Jackson" and "Darling Companion" with John. Maybelle,
Helen, and Anita are also there and they do a great job like always. This is unlike any concert I've ever seen
because some of the inmates are interviewed and they tell you why they are in there. One guy's story was
really funny...basically he says him and this woman were about to get it on until they were interrupted by the
woman's son. The son says "what are your doing to my mom?", so the guy freaks out and strangles the
woman and the son....i don't know why he just didnt lie and say, "we're just wrestling", but whatever everyone's
got their own way of dealing with a problem.
I'm not going to lie on this one, but I was really confused with this movie. I don't understand what the whole
first 5 minutes had to do with anything. Pretty much Johnny, Willie, and Kris are in a stagecoach with a
pregnant lady, some guy with a briefcase, another lady who just doesn't care where shes going, and maybe
2 more random guys. The pregnant lady of course has her baby in a little resting station and it was funny
because the baby came out so clean and nice with a little blanket. I think they stopped at two resting stations
and at the first station guess who's there feeding everyone and making sure their comfortable??? Thats right
......JUNE! not only is June there, but John Carter is too! I didn't know John Carter was in this movie so I was
excited to seem him. On the way to their destination they have to ride through Indian territory and risk their
lives. The whole movie builds up this Indian attack and by the time it happened it lasted 2 minutes and it really
wasn't that exciting.
What I loved the most about this show is that June seemed more important than Johnny on it....she always has
been to me, but this show just enforced that. This is definitively a June-Friendly episode and I really enjoyed it.
June sings "Old time feeling" with Johnny, a little bit of "Diamonds in the Rough", she plays "Oh Susana" on a
tiny harmonica and actually sings the song, and at the end everyone sings "Will the circle be unbroken?" John Carter has a brief appearance on the show watching the other blond sister playing Pac-Man.
I think this documentary/movie boils down to one question.....would I pay 18 dollars for it?.....the answer
is NO, check your local TV listings for it and watch it then. June IS on this DVD.....not a lot, but she
DOES make a few brief appearances, and she talks in a few of them. I don't know what she was
saying, but she was saying something. This DVD is basically about the four guys in the picture above
and you see them writing/singing a few songs and just hanging out with each other. The best part
about this special, is that each of the guys have their own little corner with stuff they like in it, and in
John's little corner he has a freaking rainbow....thats right...the man in black likes rainbows haha.
I first have to start off by saying that the DVD cover is completely random because it is clearly 70's
June and John and they were on this show in the sixties. If you want to see Johnny Cash high as a
kite then this is the DVD for you. Hes squirmy, really skinny, and looks awful....he even takes his
shoes off in the middle of the show. Pete Seeger thought that Maybelle was AP's daughter and Sara
was his niece or something totally wrong like that, so June had to correct him, and it turns out that
Sara is her Aunt and second cousin. June is on the show just as much as John is, but John sings a
lot of random songs and Pete Seeger talks to him more. June sings "Worried Man Blues" and
"Thinking Tonight of my Blue Eyes", and does an awesome job as usual. It was interesting to watch
this because pretty much the whole time June never takes her eyes off John, its easy to tell that she
was in love with him. If John didn't hog the spotlight for 95% of this i would of rated it higher, but he did
so thats why I only gave it 2 stars.
I think its great that they finally put the Johnny Cash show on DVD, but it kind of seemed like there was a lot of clips missing. This DVD comes on 2 discs, and on the first disc June only sings one song and its with a bunch of other people, and you hardly see her on the rest of the DVD. June is on the second DVD more frequently, so if your going to buy this make sure you get the second disc not the first. Another thing about this DVD i didn't like was that it wasn't really "complete episodes", it was more like clips from the show with Kris Kristofferson, Penni Lane, John Carter and some other people narrating it. I've seen clips of June on YouTube from the Johnny Cash Show, and I only saw a handful of them on this DVD set, so I'm really confused on to why that is because June is amazing! A lot of people think that every single episode is on this DVD set, but if you read the title closely it says "The best of the Johnny Cash TV Show", so it's not every episode, just the popular ones I guess. If your looking for a June friendly DVD this really isn't your best buy, so save your money because you really aren't missing anything exciting unless your a big Johnny Cash fan, because the whole thing revolves around him.
I loved this! This DVD is basically a bunch of home movies and a few concert clips from the late 60's. Johnny and June take you on a trip to Arkansas to visit his childhood home and some of his friends. Although this DVD didn't revolve around June, it was still really good, and she's in a lot of the scenes. She talks a little bit in it, but i have no idea what shes saying, my closed caption thing wasn't working. I wish they would make something like "June and Johnny A Home Movie" so we could see more what they were like at home, because that would be an awesome thing to see.
June did this movie in 1958, and she did an amazing job with the part she had. She played the part of some guy's girlfriend, so he was pretty much violating her the whole time, and that was kind of awkward to watch lol. It's weird for me to see her kissing a guy that isn't Johnny Cash. What I didn't like about this movie was that June never sang in it....all the other country singers sang something, but she never got a chance to. I gave this movie 2 stars because it was kind of random and there really wasn't much of a plot, but June did awesome and I'm really glad i had the opportunity to watch it.
This show is from the 50's and June guest starred in two episodes. The episodes she's in is: "The Pearls Of Talimeco" and "Country Girl." If you want to buy the entire Jim Bowie collection, its kind of expensive, but if you're like me and are just in it for the June parts, then you can watch both the episodes on YouTube (I put them up there.) June plays Jim Bowie's, brothers fiance or something. It's funny because you never see the fiance, and its basically just Jim and June going on escapades lol. I recommend this to any June fan, because its fun to see what she did before Johnny entered her life :)