Director Spotlight: Mark Robson

The film version of Jacqueline Susann’s novel is “camp” at its best. We follow the rise and fall of three starlets that succumb to dark mascara, liquid eyeliner and prescription pills. Patty Duke’s singing scenes alone make the film a must-see, especially on the big screen with an audience.

  • Directed By Mark Robson
  • 1967
  • USA
  • Restored DCP
  • 123 minutes