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Nashville is a 1975 American satirical musical comedy-drama film directed by Robert Altman.


The lives of numerous people in the Tennessee capital intersect in unpredictable ways. Delbert Reese (Ned Beatty) is a lawyer and political organizer who is having difficulties in his marriage to Linnea (Lily Tomlin), a gospel vocalist. Other performers heavily featured in this renowned ensemble production include country singers Barbara Jean (Ronee Blakley) and Connie White (Karen Black), who are rivals in the city's thriving music scene.


  • David Arkin as Norman
  • Barbara Baxley as Lady Pearl
  • Ned Beatty as Delbert "Del" Reese
  • Karen Black as Connie White
  • Ronee Blakley as Barbara Jean
  • Timothy Brown as Tommy Brown
  • Keith Carradine as Tom Frank
  • Geraldine Chaplin as Opal
  • Robert DoQui as Wade Cooley
  • Shelley Duvall as Martha
  • Allen Garfield as Barnett
  • Henry Gibson as Haven Hamilton
  • Scott Glenn as Pfc. Glenn Kelly
  • Jeff Goldblum as the silent Tricycle Man
  • Barbara Harris as Winifred (or Albuquerque)
  • David Hayward as Kenny Frasier
  • Michael Murphy as John Triplette
  • Allan F. Nicholls as Bill
  • Dave Peel as Bud Hamilton
  • Cristina Raines as Mary
  • Bert Remsen as Star
  • Gwen Welles as Sueleen Gay
  • Keenan Wynn as Mr. Green
  • Thomas Hal Phillips as Hal Phillip Walker