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Mansfield 66/67 (2017)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Biography, Musical | 2 April 2017 (USA)
MANSFIELD 66/67 is about the last two years of movie goddess Jayne Mansfield's life, and the rumours swirling around her untimely death.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kenneth Anger ... Self
A.J. Benza ... Self
Sue Bernard Sue Bernard ... Self
Joshua Grannell ... Self (as Peaches Christ)
Cheryl Dunye ... Self
Tippi Hedren ... Self
Anton LaVey ... Self (archive footage)
Jayne Mansfield ... Self (archive footage)
Marilyn Marilyn ... Self
Alison Martino Alison Martino ... Self
Matt Momchilov Matt Momchilov ... Self
Miguel Pendas Miguel Pendas ... Self
Dolly Read ... Self
Yolonda Ross ... Self
Mamie Van Doren ... Self


MANSFIELD 66/67 is about the last two years of movie goddess Jayne Mansfield's life and the rumors swirling around her untimely death being caused by a curse after her alleged romantic dalliance with Anton LaVey, head of the Church of Satan.

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A true story based on rumour and hearsay


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An Interesting Story of a Tragic Icon, but the UK Material is Disastrous
5 August 2018 | by By-TorX-1See all my reviews

Mansfield 66/7 contains a number of interesting contributors (John Waters, Kenneth Anger) and film academics to convey the fascinating, but tragic, life of Janye Mansfield. The documentary covers good ground, with the Anton LaVey sections and footage being particularly insightful (in fact, I would have liked the film to focus much more on the LaVey/Mansfield connection). As such, the US material is compelling (although some unnecessary animated sequences go a bit off track), but the film then bizarrely splices these sequences with dance and 'drama' scenes produced by a group of Leeds-based performance students. While no doubt arty in intent, these sections of the film are distracting, weird, incongrous, shot in a flat cinematic style that jars with the US footage, and are ultimately really quite awful. Why the producers opted for this approach is a mystery, but the UK scenes only serve to undercut the narrative badly. As such, the filmmakers should have replaced them with further or longer relevant interviews and footage that illuminate the life of Jayne Mansfield in the 1966/7 period rather than indulging in telling parts of the tale through interpretative dance, lifeless sketches, and various Leeds folk leaping and capering about in bad blonde wigs.

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Release Date:

2 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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Hollywood, California, USA See more »


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$6,451, 29 October 2017

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16:9 HD
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