Valley of the Dolls (1967)
The scene in the bar where destitute and drunk Helen hears one of her old recordings playing and the bar patrons laugh at her when she declares that the recording is her, was imitated in Valley of The Dolls with Patty Duke. The subsequent scene where Helen is experiencing the DT's and is placed in a steaming tub, was also imitated in Valley of The Dolls.
Judy Garland mentions that she is to star in the film.
Valley of the Puppets is a pun on this.
Previous movie mentioned in a disclaimer at the beginning
In the beginning of the movie, Jolene asks Big John if he has seen Valley of the Dolls.
Robin compares a party he is hosting to the movie.
Patty Duke (star of the film) is heard singing the movie's theme song. Also, the soundtrack album cover is shown.
Vicki says, "This looks like a scene out of 'Valley of the Dolls.'"
The name of the doll section of the toy store is named after the film.
Tom: "Good night, Neely O'Hara."
Fran mentions the title by name.
Ellie mentions it.
Annie: "Welcome to the Valley of the Dolls!"
Cindi refers to the Valley of the Dolls.
'Valley of the Twenty-Something Guys' is a play on this title.
Patty Duke pull Susan Hayward wing at the studio set
theme song sung by Marla
Numerous references to both the film and the source novel.
Lorelai says that Cinnamon's medications are "like a scene from the kitty version of Valley of the Dolls."
A shop has the same name
Emmett says he is in the "valley of the dulls" and Ted calls him Neely.
Edith asks Angela how many dolls she took
Leo sees Abbey take anxiety medication and in the course of their discussion Abbey says to Leo, "if you think you're going to talk me out of it with some Valley of the Dolls cautionary tale, you have picked the wrong girl."
Emmett cries, "Sparkle, Neely, sparkle!", imitating a line from the film.
When announcing Sharon Tate's murder, a reporter mentions that she was the star of Valley of the Dolls (1967).
After looking in Jeff's medicine cabinet, Hayley is disappointed that there is "no Valley of the Dolls stuff at all"
Scene where James Connolly (Patrick Duffy) and Bridget Connolly (Patty Duke) discuss caterers, "James" says to "Bridget", "Why don't we use the caterer Neely O'Hara used for her wedding." Neely O'Hara was Patty Duke's character's name in "Valley of the Dolls" (1967).
Jordy mentions it
correct response in "Pop Culture" catgory
Mary Jo: "I've got a 'Valley of the Dolls' callback in fifteen minutes."
French poster seen
When Logan find a pill collection belonging to T.K., he refers to the find as "Valley of the Dolls",a very "old school" collection of prescription pills.
a videotape titled "Revenge of the Valley of the Dolls"
Reference is made of Sharon Tate and Patty Duke knowing each other from this film.
RuPaul says that one of Jade's runway looks is "very Valley of the Dolls."
Use of the Valley theme-song by Dionne Warwick, aswell as a character also bearing the last-name; O'hara.
April shows up drunk at the Invitational performance and is replaced by Rachel, her understudy. Much like Neely, in "Valley of the Dolls," blows her chance on the opening night of her Broadway comeback by getting high on pills and is replaced by her understudy.
RuPaul calls the queens his "Valley of the dolls."
mentioned by Lily
The title is mentioned.
It is referenced on the back cover of a video movie.
mentions that Beyond the Valley of the Dolls is NOT a sequel to this
Bianca says her runway look was inspired by the film.
In his video, Jonah says Selina has gone to the "Silicon Valley of the Dolls".
RuPaul says "Sparkle, Neely, sparkle!"
"Alley of the Dolls"
Is credited as an inspiration for the film.
"Hollywood Screen Tests, Pt. 2" features many movies and tv shows in reference to the stars featured.
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1 features many clips and references from movie and television history.
watched on TV
DVD documentary on Jacqueline Susann, author of the original novel
DVD documentary on the various film versions of the novel
DVD documentary on the making of the film
clips shown to illustrate the best films about the fashion industry
Film is reviewed in this episode
film is Mentioned in Episode
Clip from Valley of the Dolls explaining Huntington's
Documentary about this title's star
film clip shown
Because Showgirls (1995) spoofs, the older/younger star conflict, and trying to move up in the entertainment industry, the conflicts of a young woman in showbusiness.