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Valley of the Dolls (1967)

Valley of the Dolls
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Barbara Parkins Barbara Parkins
Anne Welles
Patty Duke Patty Duke
Neely O'Hara
Paul Burke Paul Burke
Lyon Burke
Sharon Tate Sharon Tate
Jennifer North
Tony Scotti Tony Scotti
Tony Polar
Martin Milner Martin Milner
Mel Anderson
Charles Drake Charles Drake
Kevin Gillmore
Alexander Davion Alexander Davion
Ted Casablanca


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Helen Deutsch Helen Deutsch
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Valley of the Dolls

4 months, 3 weeks ago at Dec 2 17:10
If Valley of the Dolls had the courage of its convictions, it would be an even better piece of proto-feminist piece of pop kitsch. Don’t get me wrong, there’s plenty of camp enjoyment to be found here as it covers all of the basics. The tenants of camp cinema are all found here in bits and pieces, things like unintentionally hilarious dramatic moments, overacting, carbon-dating its subject mat... read more
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In New York City, bright but naive New Englander Anne Welles (Barbara Parkins) becomes a secretary at a theatrical law firm, where she falls in love with attorney Lyon Burke (Paul Burke). Anne befriends up-and-coming singer Neely O'Hara (Patty Duke), whose dynamic talent threatens aging star Helen Lawson (Joey Bishop) and beautiful but talentless actress Jennifer North (Sharon Tate). The women experience success and failure in love and work, leading to heartbreak, addiction and tragedy.
Release date: 9 February 1968
Tags: Fame (3), Drama (3), Romance (3), 1967 (3), Film Producer (2), Attempted Suicide (2), Corruption (2), Sex (2), Scandal (2), Music (2), Drugs (2), Ambition (2), Betrayal (2), 1960s (2), Barbaras Parkins (1), Based On A Book (1), Sharon Tate (1)
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"6.1. Kolme naista huomaa, että showbisnes vaatii veronsa, ja pillerit auttavat hetkellisesti kaikkeen ahdinkoon. Pillerien liikakäyttö taas sitten lisää ahdinkoa. Valley of the Dolls on jenkkivastine brittiläisen BFI Flipside -sarjan julkaisuille isommalla volyymillä tehtynä. Se näyttää kivalta, näyttely on ihastuttavan campia, ja kaiken takaa löytyy vielä jotain sanomaakin kevyesti ilmaistuna. "


JxSxPx posted a review 4 months, 3 weeks ago

Valley of the Dolls

“If Valley of the Dolls had the courage of its convictions, it would be an even better piece of proto-feminist piece of pop kitsch. Don’t get me wrong, there’s plenty of camp enjoyment to be found here as it covers all of the basics. The tenants of camp cinema are all found here in bits and pieces, things like unintentionally hilarious dramatic moments, overacting, carbon-dating its subject matter, and a clear lack of understanding of some of this material.   Despite racking in obscene piles of money, Valley of the Dolls does distinctly lack a clear directorial vision. Mark Robson was a perfectly competent journeyman director, and he had fantastic work in his partnership with producer Val Lewton (The 7th Victim, Isle of the Dead). Shame that the pervading sense of atmosphere and per” read more

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