Warning: Parental Advisory

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Warning: Parental Advisory
Poster of the movie Warning Parental Advisory.jpg
Directed by Mark S. Waters
Produced by Steven Haft
Written by Jay Martel
Starring Mariel Hemingway
Jason Priestley
Griffin Dunne
Dee Snider
Release date
  • 2002 (2002)
Running time
100 min.
Country United States
Language English

Warning: Parental Advisory was a made for TV movie created by VH1 and directed by Mark Waters in 2002. The movie follows the story of Dee Snider, John Denver, and Frank Zappa, testifying before Congress against lyrics labeling laws.

The movie focuses on the formation of the Parents Music Resource Center and its impact on music during 1985. It stars Jason Priestley, Mariel Hemingway as Tipper Gore, Griffin Dunne as Zappa, and Dee Snider as himself. In fact, the introductory speech that Snider gave in the movie before testifying is verbatim, exactly the same speech he gave in 1985.


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