Valley of the Dolls (page 5 of 10)

The movie “Valley of the Dolls”, directed by Mark Robson. Based on the novel by Jacqueline Susann. Seen here, Barbara Parkins (as Anne Welles). Theatrical release December 15, 1967. Screen capture. Copyright © 1967 Red Lion Productions, Inc. and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Credit: © 1967 Twentieth Century Fox / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Valley of the Dolls”, directed by Mark Robson. Based on the novel by Jacqueline Susann. Seen here getting into a 1959 Ford Country Squire station wagon, from left to right, Paul Burke (as Lyon Burke) and Barbara Parkins (as Anne Welles). They are in Lawrenceville, a quaint New England town. Theatrical release December 15, 1967. Screen capture. Copyright © 1967 Red Lion Productions, Inc. and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Credit: © 1967 Twentieth Century Fox / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Valley of the Dolls”, directed by Mark Robson. Based on the novel by Jacqueline Susann. Seen here, Lee Grant (as Miriam Polar). Theatrical release December 15, 1967. Screen capture. Copyright © 1967 Red Lion Productions, Inc. and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Credit: © 1967 Twentieth Century Fox / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Valley of the Dolls”, directed by Mark Robson. Based on the novel by Jacqueline Susann. Seen here from left David Arkin (as Western Union Boy), and Lee Grant (as Miriam Polar). Theatrical release December 15, 1967. Screen capture. Copyright © 1967 Red Lion Productions, Inc. and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Credit: © 1967 Twentieth Century Fox / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Valley of the Dolls”, directed by Mark Robson. Based on the novel by Jacqueline Susann. Seen here from left, Sharon Tate (as Jennifer North) and Tony Scotti (as Tony Polar). Theatrical release December 15, 1967. Screen capture. Copyright © 1967 Red Lion Productions, Inc. and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Credit: © 1967 Twentieth Century Fox / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Valley of the Dolls”, directed by Mark Robson. Based on the novel by Jacqueline Susann. Seen here in an office at Bellamy and Bellows law firm, from left to right, Lee Grant (as Miriam Polar), Paul Burke (as Lyon Burke), and Barbara Parkins (as Anne Welles). Theatrical release December 15, 1967. Screen capture. Copyright © 1967 Red Lion Productions, Inc. and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Credit: © 1967 Twentieth Century Fox / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Valley of the Dolls”, directed by Mark Robson. Based on the novel by Jacqueline Susann. Seen here in center, Patty Duke (as Neely O'Hara) during a song and dance performance. Theatrical release December 15, 1967. Screen capture. Copyright © 1967 Red Lion Productions, Inc. and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Credit: © 1967 Twentieth Century Fox / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Valley of the Dolls”, directed by Mark Robson. Based on the novel by Jacqueline Susann. Seen here in a photograph, from left to right, Tony Scotti (as Tony Polar), Sharon Tate (as Jennifer North), Patty Duke (as Neely O'Hara), Martin Milner (as Mel Anderson), Barbara Parkins (as Anne Welles) and Paul Burke (as Lyon Burke). Theatrical release December 15, 1967. Screen capture. Copyright © 1967 Red Lion Productions, Inc. and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Credit: © 1967 Twentieth Century Fox / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Valley of the Dolls”, directed by Mark Robson. Based on the novel by Jacqueline Susann. Seen here, Patty Duke (as Neely O'Hara) during her training regiment. Theatrical release December 15, 1967. Screen capture. Copyright © 1967 Red Lion Productions, Inc. and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Credit: © 1967 Twentieth Century Fox / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Valley of the Dolls”, directed by Mark Robson. Based on the novel by Jacqueline Susann. Seen here, Patty Duke (as Neely O'Hara) during her training regiment. Martin Milner (as Mel Anderson) looks on.  Theatrical release December 15, 1967. Screen capture. Copyright © 1967 Red Lion Productions, Inc. and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Credit: © 1967 Twentieth Century Fox / Courtesy: Pyxurz.