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Valley Of The Dolls

Valley Of The Dolls(1981)

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Brief Synopsis

This contemporary updating of Jacqueline Susann's 1960s best-seller (plus, apparently, material omitted from the published novel) offers Catherine Hicks, Lisa Hartman and Veronica Hamel in the roles played in the 1967 film by Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke and Sharon Tate. Jean Simmons has the part tha

Cast & Crew

Catherine Hicks Ann Welles
Lisa Hartman Black Neely O'Hara
Veronica Hamel Jennifer North
David Birney Lyon Burke
Jean Simmons Helen Lawson
James Coburn Henry Bellamy
Gary Collins Kevin Gilmore
Bert Convy Tony Polar
Britt Ekland Francoise
Steve Inwood Teddi Casablanca
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Release Date:  1981 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  20th Century Fox Television .....Production Company, CBS Entertainment .....Network
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  • Valley of the Dolls 1981

    Johann Wright 2014-05-30

    Please put this on disc. I love this movie, it was excellent. MORE>

  • Valley of the dolls 1981

    Travis 2012-11-25

    If you love television min-series this lost gem is a must. Without taking away any of the attraction from the original film this four hour series stands... MORE>