Story of the meteoric rise and sudden fall of Karen Carpenter, who became a famous singer before battling anorexia and bulimia.
Did You Know?
In the liner notes of the "Carpenters Gold: 35th Anniversary Edition" CD, Richard Carpenter
said he regretted making, being part of, and endorsing this TV movie. He also said many scenes were fictitious. See more
The first session at the Magic Lamp recording studio has Karen on drums, Richard on piano, and a double bass player. When Karen starts singing in the right key, the soundtrack includes an electric bass and an oboe. See more
Karen, you're not eating. You look too thin, if you ask me.
Mother, how can anybody be too thin?
The End of the World
Written by Sylvia Dee
and Arthur Kent
Performed by Cynthia Gibb See more