From the beginning of his career until his death, Cash was a true and singular musician, who was not afraid to express his convictions in the art he made, he was not concerned with pleasing the desires of the industry and even suffered from ostracism because of that. , but it has risen in an unlikely way.
5. Road to Nashville
The Road to Nashville was released in 1967 directed by Will Zens and starring Marty Robbins, Connie Smith, and appearing as himself, Johnny Cash.
4. Johnny Cash: A Concert Behind Prison Walls
A Concert: Behind Prison Walls is the fifty-fourth overall record and a live album released by Johnny Cash at the Tennessee State Prison in 1974.
3. Roy Orbison: In Dreams
This epic documentary narrates the unbelievable career of the late artist with outstanding performance footage, home movies, and photographs. Johnny Cash was interviewed.
2. Louisiana Hayride
Live at the Louisiana Hayride is a compilation record attributed to Johnny Cash and June Carter highlighting live performance and comedy acts.
1. The Pride of Jesse Hallam
The Pride of Jesse Hallam was aired in 1981 on CBS as an American made-for-television drama movie starring Johnny Cash and Brenda Vaccaro.