‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ arose in the wake of a not-so-successful movie titled ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ that starred Kristy Swanson as the lead. As Metro collects, after this unfortunate start on the big screen, Gail Berman, a filmmaker who is credited as executive producer of the series, got down to work. Berman was the one who pitched in to convince Joss Whedon to adapt the script for television and the rest is history.
But then where does Dolly Parton fit into all of this? Well, it turns out that the artist who signed ‘Jolene’, ‘9 to 5’, or ‘I Will Always Love You’, was part of the production company Sandallor Entertainment, a company that was in charge of the production of the original tape and that was founded by Gallin and Parton in the mid-1980s. Thus, although her name is not mentioned and therefore is not part of the official credits of the series, the famous country singer would have produced this vampire fiction headed by Sarah Michelle Gellar.
This is how many fans have been when discovering curiosity, petrified and with all the blood on their feet. And it is that this is the typical “secret” that makes the followers hallucinate while celebrating the discovery.
JUST FOUND DOLLY PARTON WAS AN EXECUTIVE PRODUCER FOR BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER & I THINK IVE LOST ALL MY CHILL
— madddy (@moddyfronklon) October 19, 2016