Lucy Harbin has been in an asylum for 20 years after axing her husband and his mistress during a crime of passion, witnessed by her young daughter, Carol. While trying to renew ties with Carol, who is now a young woman about to be married, heads begin to roll again. Is Lucy repeating her past? Written by
Ray Hamel <email@example.com>
HER HUSBAND...HER ROOM... ......AND ANOTHER WOMAN
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Did You Know?
In the kitchen scenes at the beginning of the movie, a carton of Pepsi-Cola is prominently displayed on the counter. Joan Crawford
was the widow of Alfred Steele
, who had been CEO of the Pepsi-Cola Company, and at the time of filming Crawford, still on the Board of Directors, demanded that product placement shots be included in all her films of this era. See also Berserk
(1967). See more
There are several references to the Fields' farm being a dairy farm. However, in multiple scenes, you can see that they are Black Angus beef cattle. See more
Their first mistake was thinking that the child was asleep, the second mistake was that the wife had decided to come home that night on the train.
The Columbia Pictures logo at the end of the film features the classic woman with torch, only her head has been chopped off and it's sitting at her feet. See more
Referenced in Die, Mommie, Die!
All of Me
(Gerald Marks/Seymour Simons) remade as "There Goes That Song Again"
(Written by Jule Styne
and Sammy Cahn
). Both songs share the same melody.
Song being played on the record player. See more