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  • Dec 11, 1980
    Dolly Parton occupies the cover of Rolling Stone, where she tells writer Chet Flippo that during the filming of "9 To 5," she streaked nude around her car at a stoplight in Bel Air, California
    Dec 19, 1980
    Dolly Parton's first movie, "9 To 5," debuts. Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin co-star in the picture, buoyed by a title song written and performed by Parton
    Jan 19, 1981
    People magazine's cover belongs to Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. The headline reads: "Dolly Parton: After Her Racy Debut In '9 To 5,' Burt Reynolds Is Next, But, She Insists, 'I'm Not Selling Sex'"
    Jan 24, 1981
    The theme to "9 To 5" takes Dolly Parton to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Feb 2, 1981
    Dolly Parton appears with her "9 To 5" co-stars Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda on the CBS special "Lily: Sold Out." Also on board: Paul Anka, Audrey Meadows, Joan Rivers and Liberace
    Feb 11, 1981
    Warner Bros. releases Emmylou Harris' remake of "Mister Sandman," namechecking Liberace. The single version features Harris in three-part harmony, while the album version teams her with Dolly Parton and Linda Ronstadt
    Feb 14, 1981
    Dolly Parton's "9 To 5 And Odd Jobs" works its way to #1 on the Billboard country albums chart for the first of 10 consecutive weeks
    Feb 19, 1981
    Dolly Parton's single "9 To 5" is certified gold by the RIAA
    Feb 20, 1981
    Dolly Parton makes her Las Vegas debut at the Riviera Hotel a day later than scheduled, thanks to a bout with laryngitis. Supported by a 35-piece orchestra, she offers more than 20 songs, including "Two Doors Down," "But You Know I Love You," "Here You Come Again" and her closing number, "9 To 5"
    Mar 5, 1981
    Kenny Rogers swipes the trophy for Favorite Male Musical Performer, and "Lady" earns Favorite New Song during the People's Choice Awards on CBS-TV.  Dolly Parton takes Favorite Theme Song From A Motion Picture, for "9 To 5"

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