Rare home movies and vintage performance footage are included on a one-hour video that traces the life of country star Loretta Lynn.

The video is titled "Honky Tonk Girl," the same as Lynn's first hit single. It chronicles her journey from tiny Butcher Hollow, Ky., to fame and fortune, as does a hit movie on her life, "Coal Miner's Daughter.""We didn't know we was poor, and I guess we wasn't because we had an awful lot of love here," said the 56-year-old Lynn.

Home movies, some shot more than 30 years ago by her husband, Mooney Lynn, show her laughing and running away from the camera.

Interviews with Minnie Pearl, Lynn duet partner Conway Twitty, Patty Loveless and others are included in the video.