Whitney Houston: We Will Always Love You

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"Whitney Houston: We Will Always Love You" is a documentary commemorating the life of singer/songwriter Whitney Houston. Directed by Louis J. Horvitz, the hour-long film include appearances by Halle Berry, Celine Dion, LL Cool J, Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Britney Spears, Clive Davis and Dolly Parton. Created as a tribute to six-time Grammy winner Houston, the video features a number of performances by big-name musical artists in honor of the singer, as well as interview clips with Whitney Houston during different points in her career, including a clip from the Merv Griffin Show, her first-ever television appearance in 1983. The film also includes rare video from Houston's performance of the national anthem at Super Bowl XXV.

Also included in the film are several of Houston's music videos from throughout her career, including the original video for hits such as "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)," "Greatest love of All," and "I'm Your Baby Tonight."

2012 | 1 hr
Whitney Houston: We Will Always Love You