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Cracker Factory(1979)

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Brief Synopsis

This film depicts the problems of a suburban housewife, suffering from fits of depression and alcoholism, and her stay in a psychiatric center after a feeble suicide attempt.

Cast & Crew

Natalie Wood Cassie Barrett
Perry King Dr Edwin Alexander
Peter Haskell Charlie Barrett
Juliet Mills Tinkerbell
John Harkins Father Dunhill
Shane Butterworth Greg Barrett
David Comfort Steven Barrett
Tonya Crowe Jenny Barrett
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1979 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  .....Production Company, .....Production Company, Abc Entertainment Group .....Network
Duration(mins):  Country:  not available
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  • Definitely a Natalie Wood must watch.

    Joyce 2013-01-21

    The movie itself, as a film, will probably not appeal to the eyes of those interested in filming aspects and specially visual aspects, but it works as a... MORE>

  • Never Seen It

    Marcia 2011-07-30

    Why don't you show this movie???? MORE>

  • Cracker Factory

    Marcia 2011-07-30

    I am a big NW fan but i have NEVER seen this movie.Why don't you show some of her less known work instead of the same old movies over and over... MORE>