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Single Room Furnished (1966)

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

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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
Martin Horsey ...
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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Jayne's swan song
19 January 2007 | by (Montreal Canada) – See all my reviews

The answer is yes. The question: Could Jayne act? She did in this one, and was surprisingly good at it too. I saw this movie more out of morbid curiosity than anything else, not really expecting much. I'd read lots of reviews of it, most of them on the negative side. I admit to being a big Mansfield fan so I did have a bit of a bias. And surprise, surprise I did enjoy it. For the most part! I liked her a lot more than the movie tho. I can understand why this wouldn't have been a box-office hit. It's a bit slow at times, and strays off course. The secondary plot involving Charley and Flo confused me. While the actors did a fine job, after a few minutes I felt like I was watching another movie altogether. Their first scene together was WAY too long, and I began to wonder who they were and why were they there in the first place. But after reading that Jayne died before the film completed it made sense. The producers didn't have enough completed film at that point, so it made sense to beef up the secondary roles the characters play, and pad the length of the film to a reasonable length. Not that the actors were bad, they weren't, but I felt that they were out of place here, and that they should have had a whole film of their own. Jayne does a good job here, though admittedly she's no Bette Davis. She was compelling enough to carry the movie. For a while I actually forgot I was watching Jayne Mansfield, and got caught up in the characters she was playing. She was talented. She could act. And while this isn't a great movie it does show a really good actress in the making. It's tempting to speculate where her career might have led if she'd lived. All in all, this is a good if not great movie. You be the judge.


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