Valerie," a documentary about the compelling life and legacy of actress Valerie Perrine, is now in production by Georgia native
Academy Award-nominee Valerie Perrine – who played the iconic Miss Teschmacher in “Superman” and “Superman II” – is the subject of a one-of-a-kind documentary that examines the unique cultural impact of the actress’ life, her groundbreaking career and her courageous battle against Parkinson's disease.
The film is being directed by Dalton, Georgia native Stacey Souther.
Set for completion to correspond with this fall’s 40th anniversary of the release of “Superman” as well as Perrine’s 75th birthday, “Valerie” includes interviews with celebrity friends and former co-stars, including Richard Donner, Stacey Keach, George Hamilton, Angie Dickinson, Sarah Douglas, David Ladd, Howard Hesseman, Dick Van Patten, David Arquette, Margot Kidder, a surprise Oscar-winning actor and more.
An Indiegogo campaign has been launched to complete production of “Valerie.” Contributions are being accepted at https://igg.me/at/valerieperrinedoc/x.
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