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16 photos of Dolly Parton on her 68th birthday

16 photos of Dolly Parton on her 68th birthday

WORKIN' '9 TO 5:' Dolly Parton in a scene from the film "9 to 5." Photo: Associated Press

Born Jan. 19, 1946 in Tennessee, Dolly Parton has been in show business for five decades. With 25 No. 1 hits, movies, theme parks and her own charitable foundation under her belt, we can only wonder what she’ll do next. Happy Birthday Dolly! AP00121213588

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