Summary: Great Balls Of Fire

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“If I’m going to hell, I’m going there playing the piano!” These famous words were spoken by Jerry Lee Lewis in the biopic movie, ‘Great Balls of Fire!’ as he storms out of the church, easily tossing his religious faith aside for a life of women, booze, and fame. Jerry Lee Lewis emerges as a wild Rock ‘n’ Roll musician in the 1950’s, only to witness the downfall of his career after marrying the woman he loves - his thirteen year old second-cousin, Myra Gale. While his career plummets, Jerry briefly resorts to alcoholism and abuse toward his child-bride. When he learns she is pregnant, Jerry breaks down and the film ends with him playing a lively show for a large crowd. Eventually, a photo of Myra and Jerry in the hospital, smiling above their

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