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Director:
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Agnes Gallin (teleplay) and
Joan Rivers (teleplay) ...
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Release Date:
6 November 1973 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
They treated her like a dog. Now, she's a fox. And she's going to make them pay. See more »
Plot:
An ugly girl undergoes plastic surgery and becomes beautiful. She then takes revenge on all the people who mistreated her when she was ugly. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Stockard Channing ... Miriam Knight

Edward Asner ... Ralph Varone

Jim Backus ... Tilson

Joe Flynn ... Dr. Green

Chuck McCann ... Coach

Carl Ballantine ... Dr. Hankin
Cyril Delevanti ... Chaplain

Fred Grandy ... Dr. Ted Gates

Ruth McDevitt ... Housemother

Susanne Zenor ... Heidi Murphy (as Suzanne Zenor)

Warren Berlinger ... Herman Anderson

Larry Wilcox ... Moose Myers
Dan Spelling ... Fred (as Daniel Spelling)

Reb Brown ... Football player
Warren Burton ... Actor
Jerry Clark ... Stage Manager
Angela Clarke ... Actress

Dennis Dugan ... Charlie Elliott
Damon Douglas ... Bert
Marty Greene ... Blind Patient
Bobby Griffin ... Football player

Robert Hanley ... 2nd Intern (as Bob Hanley)

Victor Izay ... Dr. Wolfe

John Kirby ... Aide #2
Jack Kutcher ... Aide #1

Florence Lake ... Clerk
Mary Layne ... Lee Ann
Frank London ... Anesthetist

Larry Manetti ... Football Player-Student

Annette O'Toole ... Jenny
Charles Pitts ... Football Player
Lonny Stevens ... 3rd Intern
Charles Tachovsky ... Monrow (as Chuck Tachovsky)
Nancy Valentine ... 2nd Nurse
Midge Ware ... Nurse

Bill Zuckert ... Minister

Directed by
Lee Philips 
 
Writing credits
Agnes Gallin (teleplay) and
Joan Rivers (teleplay)

Joan Rivers (story)

Produced by
Everett Chambers .... producer
 
Original Music by
Bernardo Segall  (as Bernardo Segáll)
 
Cinematography by
Richard C. Glouner (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Diane Adler 
George Jay Nicholson  (as George J. Nicholson)
 
Casting by
Lynn Stalmaster 
 
Art Direction by
Joseph R. Jennings 
 
Set Decoration by
Edward J. McDonald 
 
Makeup Department
Lynn Masters .... hair stylist
Bob Mills .... makeup artist (as Robert J. Mills)
Phil Rhodes .... makeup artist (as Philip Rhodes)
 
Production Management
Frederic W. Brost .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Frederic W. Brost .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Sidney H. Greenwood .... property master (as Sydney Greenwood)
 
Sound Department
Donald F. Johnson .... sound mixer (as Donald Johnson)
 
Special Effects by
Cliff Wenger .... special effects
 
Stunts
Jean Coulter .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Gary Holt .... gaffer
Tom May .... key grip (as Thomas May)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Betsy Cox .... costumer: ladies
Joe Drury .... costumer: men
John S. Perry .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Kent Schafer .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Leonard A. Engel .... music editor (as Len Engel)
 
Transportation Department
Norman Honath .... transportation manager
 
Other crew
Joan Eremin .... script supervisor (as Joan Eremin Buck)
Lois Kerst .... production assistant
 

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USA:73 min | USA:64 min
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Trivia:
Somewhat unusually, there was only one actor billed as "starring," Stockard Channing, everyone else was billed as "guest starring," "co-starring" or "also starring."See more »
Quotes:
Tilson:Mr. Meyers, can you tell us the basic theme of Oedipus?
Moose Myers:Uh... yeah. That's the guy who had something wrong with his eyes? Yeah. He had a problem with his eyes.
[laughs]
Tilson:Miss Knight, perhaps you can help Mr. Meyers with the theme of the Oedipus legend?
Miriam Knight:Easy. A guy can't kiss his mother on the mouth and get away with it.
[laughs]
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Features Romeo and Juliet (1936)See more »

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27 out of 30 people found the following review useful.
An Emotional Roller Coaster Ride, 9 April 2002
Author: dehalley from Los Angeles

Stockard Channing seemingly came out of nowhere and gave us a preview of the quirky, oblique roles that would make her famous. Over the years, there have been many movies that start out funny and turn dark. In this movie, we have a very dark beginning, where a handsome boy, as part of a sick bet, seduces a very homely girl. As she flees the humiliating scene, she is involved in a horrendous auto accident (dark enough for you yet?). Because she is so damaged in the accident, doctors take the opportunity to remake her as a beautiful woman. Inside, however, she is still devastated by her prior treatment, so she uses her new beauty to exact horrible revenge on those who had tormented her when she was ugly. Now here's the kicker: she does this in a darkly funny way. See this movie if you ever get the chance. Stockard benefited from a stellar supporting cast, but she herself was magnificent!

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