This improvised film is based on the true-life suicide of TV personality Art Linkletter's daughter, Diane. Mr. and Mrs. Linkletter fret about their daughter's recent behavior, which includes taking drugs and dating a lowlife named Jim. Eventually, the parents confront Diane... with tragic consequences. Written by
Did You Know?
The opening music and ending music to the movie is a rare 45 released by Art Linkletter
shortly after his daughter's death called "We Love You Call Collect". John Waters
said during a lecture he thought the song was even tackier than the movie he made. See more
No, she wouldn't lie. Well, yes, she would lie... But not to us.
Divine "hosts" the credits, presenting cue cards with actors' names and doing the "Diane Linkletter" by sniffing up cocaine. See more
Referenced in A History of Sex
We Love You Call Collect
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