Meat Loaf: To Hell and Back

To Hell and Back is the title of the autobiography of rock singer, Meat Loaf. It was later made into a television movie, called Meat Loaf: To Hell and Back, with W. Earl Brown in the title role.

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Meat Loaf: To Hell And Back - Trivia
... Amanda Aday, Meat Loaf's daughter, appears in the film as a clerk ... Pearl Aday, often incorrectly claimed to be Meat Loaf's daughter (she was born to Leslie before she met Meat Loaf), did not take part in the film ... The book continues the oft-written claim that Meat Loaf was born in 1947 ...

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