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Single Room Furnished (1966)

| Drama | 1966 (USA)
The fall of a blonde, Mansfield, from innocence to prostitution. Mansfield died before the movie was completed.

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(as Matteo Ottaviano)

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(play), (adaptation) (as Matteo Ottaviano) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
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Johnnie / Mae / Eileen
Dorothy Keller ...
Flo
Fabian Dean ...
Charley
Billy M. Greene ...
Pop
Terri Messina ...
Maria
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Frankie
Walter Gregg ...
Billy
Velia Del Greco ...
Mrs. Adamo
Isabelle Dwan ...
Grandmother
Jean London ...
1st Girl
Nancy Brock ...
2nd Girl
Bruno VeSota ...
Mr. Quack Quack
Marty Levine ...
Mr. Ferdente (voice)
Lucille Ford ...
Lucia
Erie MacGruder ...
Girl at Window (as Erie McGruder)
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Three stories in one: Johnie (Jayne Mansfield) is married, but her husband deserts her when she becomes pregnant. She changes her name to Mae and takes a job as a waitress. She falls in love, but her fiancé leaves her just as they're about to get married. So Mae changes her name to Eileen and becomes a prostitute. Written by filmfactsman

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The torture chamber of a woman who lived too full... too fast!

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Jayne Mansfield's last film, as noted in the prologue by Walter Winchell. Coincidentally, this was Winchell's last film as well. See more »

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Referenced in 5 Questions for Matt Cimber (2015) See more »

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Don't Go Away from Me, Darling
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she looks lovely in the various roles and wigs
26 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Very strange film indeed. Some parts are very good, with the last twenty minutes or so quite remarkable but for the most part it is just so slow, and whilst some sections of dialogue are unbelievably bad, others are most effective. The reason has to be that the director adapted this from an original stage play and the theatre was his world until this his first movie. So either the original play was awful or more likely it was good and got messed up in the adaptation. Either way it is still worth watching and Mansfield is amazingly effective throughout - although she is stunningly, scorchingly most effective as the brazen hussy at the end. Most of her dialogue is fine and she delivers well, perhaps slipping now and again into Monroe speak but still good and she looks lovely in the various roles and wigs.


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