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Jacqueline Susann's Valley of the Dolls (1981)

Updated version of the Jacqueline Susann best selling 1960's novel shows the lives of three very different women who come to New York City to achieve fame and fortune in show business and ... See full summary »

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Updated version of the Jacqueline Susann best selling 1960's novel shows the lives of three very different women who come to New York City to achieve fame and fortune in show business and get all messed up in the process. Written by Anonymous

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19 October 1981 (USA)  »

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Wesley Lau's final TV appearance. See more »

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Henry Bellamy: You see Neely's has a very special young talent, it needs a place to grow, to become more confident, now I can give her that and we can all share in those results, but it's that talent that's so valuable it's precious, it needs firm professional guidance and if you're going to continue to handle you better learn your business young man, the amateurs have a tendency to bring everyone down to their level, and in this case, that's intolerable.
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Referenced in Valley of the Dolls (1994) See more »

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Why Baby?
Words and music by Fred Freeman and Harry Nehls
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If you are desperately seeking Susann trash, see the outrageous movie version made in 1967 with Sharon Tate, Patty Duke, Susan Hayward...
24 May 1999 | by (beyond the valley of the dolls) – See all my reviews

This dull TV version is even worse than the theatrically released movie starring Patty Duke . . . at least that earlier version had camp appeal!


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