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The Goddess

The Goddess(1958)

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Brief Synopsis

Booze, pills and loneliness mark a young actress' rise to stardom.

Cast & Crew

John Cromwell Director
Kim Stanley Emily Ann Faulkner, also known as Rita Shaw
Lloyd Bridges Dutch Seymour
Steve Hill John Tower
Betty Lou Holland Loraine Faulkner
Bert Freed Lester Brackman
Elizabeth Wilson Miss Hayward
Joan Copeland Alice Marie
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  World premiere in Boston, MA: 17 Apr 1958
Release Date:  1958 Production Date:  EB*; UCLA has 35mm print R-A3-178-3, M55569;
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Columbia Pictures Corp.
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Carnegie Productions, Inc.
Duration(mins):  104-105 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  9,445    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Angst-fest supreme-O

    el debbo 2017-04-15

    What a lousy movie posing as art. Paddy-style art. A real downer from start to finish with no redeeming features. And I cannot get the time back...the time... MORE>

  • Larry Welk 2017-04-15

    She is genius, she has bags under her eyes, she moves with bodily & vocal womanly convincibility of prime Hollywood allure! The language of her men is... MORE>

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    kevin sellers 2017-04-13

    At one point in this dreary film Bert Freed, who plays a Hollywood scumbag (and, by the way, did Bert Freed ever play anything but scumbags?), says that... MORE>