She's a Southern gem, and everybody can't help but love Dolly! But perhaps you aren't familiar with her most famous movies and songs. Can you match Dolly to her best work? In this quiz, we're going to test your skills.
Dolly is Dolly's real name! She was born Dolly Rebecca Parton in 1946.
Dollywood is Dolly's own theme park. It opened in 1986 in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
"I Will Always Love You" was a chart-topper that was re-recorded by Whitney Houston. The original song was released in 1974 on the album "Jolene."
Dolly recorded "Puppy Love" when she was only 13. It was her first song!
Dolly was the tender age of 13 when she appeared at the Grand Ole Opry. That was in 1959.
Dollymania is Dolly's fan site. On it, you can get up-to-date information about the star and her origins.
"Hello, I'm Dolly" was her first album. It was recorded in 1967. This was released by Monument Records.
"9 to 5" was Dolly's first film. It was released in 1980 and won Dolly an Academy award nomination for the title song.
In 2011, Dolly received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. She proved that she still has talent - and looks - to kill.
Jolene was one of Dolly's early hits. It was released in 1974, and was based on a real life event.
Dolly was in the film "Joyful Noise" in 2012. She played the role of G.G. Sparrow.
Dolly starred in "A Smoky Mountain Christmas" in 1986. She played the role of Lorna Davis.
Dolly was from a poor family in Tennessee. They had to pay the doctor with a sack of oatmeal. She was the 4th of 12 children.
Dolly made "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" in 1982. It was also known as "The Best Little Cathouse in Texas."
Dolly helped the people of her small town of Sevierville by creating Dollywood. It's the largest employer in Sevier County.
Dolly is the godmother to Miley Cyrus. She must have been good friends with Billy Ray?
Joshua was Dolly's first solo single to top the country charts. The song was released in 1971.
Dolly had a syndicated TV show called "Dolly"! It ran on television in 1976.
Houston released it in 1992. It topped the Billboard Hot 100 for 14 weeks! That was a record.
Dollywood's Splash Country opened in Pigeon Forge in 2001. Do you think Dolly ever gets her hair wet?
In 2006, Dolly became a Kennedy Center Honoree. It's a prestigious award, and it comes with a rainbow medal.
"Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors" was inspired by Dolly's life, as well as her song, "Coat of Many Colors." It aired on NBC.
The story of Joseph and the multi-colored coat is the inspiration for this song. Dolly had a coat just like it growing up.
Dolly played Truvy Jones, the lovable hairstylist. The film was released in 1989.
Dolly voiced the role of Dolly Gnome in "Gnomeo and Juliet." This was in 2011.
Dolly first saw Johnny at the Grand Ole Opry. Apparently, he was her first crush.
That's right. Dolly purposefully modeled her look after the town tramp! But boy, she makes it look classy.
Dolly has been nominated for a Grammy 46 times! She has won eight Grammys as of 2017, as well as a lifetime achievement award.
Dolly has sold a whopping 100 million albums worldwide. She has also been nominated for an Oscar, a Tony and an Emmy.
Dolly released her autobiography in 1994. Since then, there have been other books written about her.
I hope you got that one. "The Grass Is Blue," released in 1999, is a bluegrass album that she won a Grammy for.
Dolly actually entered a drag queen Dolly Parton look-alike contest and lost! She said, "They just thought I was some little short gay guy."
Dolly starred in "A Country Christmas Story" in 2013. Brian McKnight also starred.
It was in "Wild Texas Wind" that Dolly played Thiola "Big T" Rayfield. This movie was released in 1991.
Dolly recorded this hit with both singing legends. It won a Grammy in 1999.