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Valley of the Dolls


Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke, Sharon Tate, Paul Burke View All


Mark Robson (Director), Helen Deutsch (Screenplay), Dorothy Kingsley (Screenplay) View All

Release: Dec. 15th, 1967
Runtime: 2 hours, 3 minutes
Film version of Jacqueline Susann's best-selling novel chronicling the rise and fall of three young ladies in show business.
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There is just so much to laugh at in this film, I don't know where to begin...Neeley singing at a telethon battling a wild set of beads that won't stay out of her way, Anne's cover girl montage,where Parkins has on enough makeup to choke a horse and displays some of the most outrageous hairstyles and bad fashion ever seen, a drunken Neeley confronting her allegedly gay husband in the swimming pool, dressed in an unflattering slip and bra, a drunken Neeley sitting in a bar and listening to herself on a jukebox explaining to everyone in the bar who she was, Jennifer's husband Tony, losing his balance outside the benefit ("I can't feel my legs!"), Tony and Neeley singing a duet at an asylum; Helen Lawson lip-syncing (to Helen O'Connell's voice) in a too tight evening gown and trying to dodge a large mobile that thinks its alive, and of course, the classic ladies room encounter between Neeley and Helen which climaxes with Neeley pulling off Helen's wig and flushing it down the toilet.