Forever Fabulous

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Forever Fabulous
Directed by Werner Molinsky
Produced by Jim Kohlberg
Robert Wagner
Alan Klingenstein
Written by Werner Molinsky
Starring Jean Smart
Jennifer Elise Cox
Robert Wagner
Emily Procter
Jorja Fox
Mink Stole
Jack Plotnick
Fred Dennis
Clay Adkins
Music by Robbie Kondor
Cinematography Tom Houghton
Edited by Joe D'Augustine
Release dates
October 7, 1999 (Austin Film Festival)
Running time
87 min.
Country United States
Language English

Forever Fabulous is a 1999 comedy starring Jean Smart, Jennifer Elise Cox, Robert Wagner, Emily Proctor and Jorja Fox, which was written and directed by Werner Molinsky and initially screened at the under the title Tiara Tango at the 1999 Austin Film Festival.[1] In 2001, the film began airing on the Lifetime Movie Network,[2] where it aired periodically until early 2004.[3]

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Loreli Daly is an over the hill beauty queen who left her home in Texas following a scandal and has spent recent years overseeing beauty pageants and living vicariously through her current beauty queen daughter, Corinne. On the day that Corrine graduates from beauty school, she discovers a crumpled piece of paper in the trash, asking Loreli to return to the Lonestar state to oversee the Miss Texas Tiara Quest competition. Desperate to ditch her mother and head off to Hollywood, Corrine enlists the help of her childhood friends, conniving reporter Tiffany Dawl and prison guard Liz Guild, to encourage Loreli to return to Texas so the girls can compete in one final pageant—and Tiffany plans to shoot footage of their trip for use in a beauty queen documentary for The Learning Channel. With further encouragement from her longtime boyfriend Lyle, Loreli agrees to the trip, and they all pack up in Lyle's Winnebago and hit the road. Soon after embarking on their trip, a freak mishap results in death, and the characters find themselves in a constant struggle to get back to Texas.

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