Valley of the Dolls

Valley of the Dolls (1967)

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  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Release Date: 1967-12-27
  • User Rating: 6/10 from 111 ratings
  • Runtime: 2h 3min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Red Lion
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • Director: Mark Robson
star 6/10
From 111 Ratings
6.0

Summary

In New York City, bright but naive New Englander Anne Welles becomes a secretary at a theatrical law firm, where she falls in love with attorney Lyon Burke. Anne befriends up-and-coming singer Neely O'Hara, whose dynamic talent threatens aging star Helen Lawson and beautiful but talentless actress Jennifer North. The women experience success and failure in love and work, leading to heartbreak, addiction and tragedy.

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  • Barbara Parkins

    as Anne Welles
  • Patty Duke

    as Neely O'Hara
  • Paul Burke

    as Lyon Burke
  • Sharon Tate

    as Jennifer North
  • Tony Scotti

    as Tony Polar
  • Martin Milner

    as Mel Anderson
  • Charles Drake

    as Kevin Gillmore
  • Alexander Davion

    as Ted Casablanca
  • Lee Grant

    as Miriam Polar
  • Naomi Stevens

    as Miss Steinberg
  • Robert H. Harris

    as Henry Bellamy
  • Jacqueline Susann

    as First Reporter
  • Robert Viharo

    as Director
  • Joey Bishop

    as MC at Telethon
  • George Jessel

    as MC Grammy Awards
  • Susan Hayward

    as Helen Lawson
  • Richard Angarola

    as Claude Chardot (uncredited)
  • Mikel Angel

    as Man in Sleazy Hotel Room (uncredited)
  • David Arkin

    as Western Union Boy (uncredited)
  • Philippe Auber

    as Jennifer's Leading Man (uncredited)
  • Billy Beck

    as Man Sleeping in Movie Theatre (uncredited)
  • Pat Becker

    as Telethon Telephone Girl (uncredited)
  • Lovyss Bradley

    as Nurse (uncredited)
  • Paul Bradley

    as Technician (uncredited)
  • Richard Brander

    as Assistant Director (uncredited)
  • Tex Brodus

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Marvin Brody

    as Movie Theatre Manager (uncredited)
  • Norman Burton

    as Neely O'Hara's Director (uncredited)
  • Owen Bush

    as Reporter at Suicide (uncredited)
  • Barry Cahill

    as San Francisco Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Dick Cherney

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Noble 'Kid' Chissell

    as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Frank Coghlan Jr.

    as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Gene Columbus

    as Dancer (uncredited)
  • Darlene Conley

    as Sanitarium Nurse (uncredited)
  • Mason Curry

    as New Haven Hotel Waiter (uncredited)
  • Richard Dreyfuss

    as Assistant Stage Manager (uncredited)
  • Diana Eden

    as Dancer (uncredited)
  • Daniel Elam

    as Show Spectator (uncredited)
  • Ellaraino

    as Sanitarium Nurse (uncredited)
  • Richard Elmore

    as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Allen Emerson

    as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Tom Falk

    as Neely O'Hara's Stage Manager (uncredited)
  • Roy Fitzell

    as Choreographer (uncredited)
  • Gertrude Flynn

    as Ladies' Room Attendant (uncredited)
  • Jennifer Gan

    as Show Girl Actress (uncredited)
  • Jeanne Gerson

    as Neely O'Hara's Maid (uncredited)
  • Robert Gibbons

    as Desk Clerk at Lawrenceville Hotel (uncredited)
  • Joseph Glick

    as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • George Golden

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Laurence Haddon

    as Frank (Blue Angel Nightclub Owner) (uncredited)
  • Paul Hahn

    as Captain of Waiters at Chasens (uncredited)
  • Marvin Hamlisch

    as Pianist (uncredited)
  • Ernest Harada

    as Lyon's Houseboy (uncredited)
  • Jonathan Hawke

    as Sanitarium Doctor (uncredited)
  • Shep Houghton

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Richard Hoyt

    as Reporter at Suicide (uncredited)
  • Kathryn Janssen

    as Party Guest (uncredited)
  • Michael Jeffers

    as Patient (uncredited)
  • Jason Johnson

    as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Maurice Kelly

    as Dance Director in Montage (uncredited)
  • Johnny Kern

    as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Charlotte Knight

    as Neely O'Hara's Maid (uncredited)
  • Ted Kristian

    as Nightclub Waiter (uncredited)
  • Richard LaMarr

    as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Louise Lane

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Ethelreda Leopold

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Gerry Lock

    as Sanitarium Nurse (uncredited)
  • Judith Lowry

    as Aunt Amy (uncredited)
  • Donna Mantoan

    as Sanitarium Girl (uncredited)
  • Mardie March

    as Reporter (uncredited)
  • John Marlin

    as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Alan Marston

    as Patient (uncredited)
  • Marian Mason

    as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Bob McCord

    as Edward (Playhouse Bartender) (uncredited)
  • Leslie McRay

    as Ted's Girl (uncredited)
  • Ralph Montgomery

    as Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Rex Moore

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Dorothy Neumann

    as Helen Lawson's Maid (uncredited)
  • William H. O'Brien

    as Bartender (uncredited)
  • Monty O'Grady

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Barry O'Hara

    as Assistant Stage Manager (uncredited)
  • Linda Peck

    as Telethon Telephone Girl (uncredited)
  • Thelma Pelish

    as Rehearsal Hall Receptionist (uncredited)
  • Gil Peterson

    as Neely's Leading Man (uncredited)
  • Don Pethley

    as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Paul Power

    as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Leona Powers

    as Woman at Martha Washington Hotel (uncredited)
  • Peggy Rea

    as Neely O'Hara's Vocal Coach (uncredited)
  • Jerry Rush

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Margaret Shinn

    as Nurse (uncredited)
  • June Smaney

    as Clerk (uncredited)
  • Eddie Smith

    as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Ted Stanhope

    as Maitre D' at Chasens (uncredited)
  • Harry Stanton

    as Jennifer's Date at the Blue Angel Nightclub (uncredited)
  • Joe Stefano

    as San Francisco Bartender (uncredited)
  • Margot Stevenson

    as Anne's Mother (uncredited)
  • Gail Stone

    as Autograph Seeker (uncredited)
  • Martin Strader

    as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Robert Street

    as Choreographer (uncredited)
  • Tim Taylor

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Raven Touchstone

    as Sanitarium Nurse (uncredited)
  • Corinna Tsopei

    as Telethon Telephone Girl (uncredited)
  • John Ward

    as Neely O'Hara's Psychiatrist (uncredited)
  • Darryl Wells

    as Willie (Anne's Boyfriend) (uncredited)
  • Louis Whitehill

    as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Patricia Winters

    as Redhead (uncredited)
  • William Wintersole

    as Tony's Doctor (uncredited)
  • Charles Woolf

    as Reporter (uncredited)
Sound John Williams Original Music Composer
Production David Weisbart Producer
Camera William H. Daniels Director of Photography
Art Raphael Bretton Set Decoration
Art Richard Day Art Direction
Art Philip M. Jefferies Production Design
Art Jack Martin Smith Art Direction
Art Walter M. Scott Set Decoration
Sound David Dockendorf Sound
Costume & Make-Up Travilla Costume Design
Production Joe Scully Casting
Editing Dorothy Spencer Editor
Visual Effects L.B. Abbott Visual Effects
Visual Effects Art Cruickshank Visual Effects
Directing Mark Robson Director
Production Mark Robson Producer
Costume & Make-Up Ben Nye Makeup Artist
Writing Helen Deutsch Screenplay
Writing Dorothy Kingsley Screenplay
Sound Don MacDougall Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Visual Effects Emil Kosa Jr. Visual Effects
Writing Jacqueline Susann Novel
Production Francisco Day Unit Production Manager
Sound Don J. Bassman Sound
Costume & Make-Up Kaye Pownall Hairstylist
Visual Effects Gerald Endler Mechanical Designer
Costume & Make-Up Edith Lindon Hair Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Mr. Kenneth Hair Designer

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