American Dreamer

American Dreamer may refer to:

  • American Dreamer (film), a 1984 film
  • American Dreamer (TV series), an American television situation comedy
  • American Dreamer, an album by Brain Failure
  • New American Dreamer (website), unique hypnosis downloads
  • American Dreamer, a song by Brooks & Dunn from their album Cowboy Town

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American Dreamer (TV Series)
... American Dreamer is a situation comedy which aired in the U.S ... American Dreamer stars Robert Urich as fictional character Tom Nash, formerly a high-powered network correspondent who was forced to reassess his priorities following the death of his wife ...
Gene Clark - Biography - White Light
... was produced by the much sought after Native American guitarist Jesse Ed Davis with whom Clark developed great rapport, partly due to their common Indian ancestry ... In the spring of 1971, Clark was commissioned by Dennis Hopper to contribute the tracks "American Dreamer" and "Outlaw Song" to Hopper's film project American Dreamer ... A re-recorded, longer version of the song "American Dreamer" was later used in the 1977 film The Farmer, along with an instrumental version of the same song plus "Outside the Law (The Outlaw)" (a re ...

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