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Rated PG-13 · 123 minutes · 1967

Drama
In New York City, bright but naive New Englander Anne Welles (Barbara Parkins) becomes a secretary at a theatrical law firm, where she falls in love with attorney Lyon Burke (Paul Burke). Anne befriends up-and-coming singer Neely O'Hara (Patty Duke), whose dynamic talent threatens aging star Helen Lawson (Susan Hayward) ]and beautiful but talentless actress Jennifer North (Sharon Tate). The women experience success and failure in love and work, leading to heartbreak, addiction and tragedy.
Director: Mark Robson
Writer: Helen Deutsch
Producer: David Weisbart
Cast: Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke, Sharon Tate, Paul Burke, Tony Scotti, Martin Milner, Charles Drake, Alex Davion, Lee Grant, Naomi Stevens, Robert H. Harris, Jacqueline Susann, Robert Viharo, Mikel Angel, Barry Cahill, Richard Angarola, Joey Bishop, George Jessel, Susan Hayward, Judith Lowry, Jeanne Gerson and Richard Dreyfuss

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