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The film has a disclaimer that the film is not a sequel to Jacqueline Susann's book or the 1967 movie.
A great thing about this film is the brilliant camera work and lighting, which makes the scenes seem almost 3-dimensional.
As a writer and a one time aspiring film maker movies like this one make me want to go out and take risks.
Crazy, cool movie. Roger Ebert left us a wonderful legacy in this kitschy 70s flick.Published 4 days ago by LeeBo
When I first heard about the film in 2005, I wanted to look into it, by recording it from Fox Movie Channel. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alexandros Martinez
Homage to the female breast--in the days when implants were rarePublished 8 months ago by Terry M. Mallery
After the legend, mythos, and hype, I was really expecting a lot better production and more action. I was kinda disappointed. Still quite trippy to watch/endure. Read morePublished 8 months ago by LOB
I mean REALLY, Russ Meyer couldn't think of anything else to do but take a great, quality, classic movie like "Valley of the Dolls" and make a sequel that's sheer foolishness,... Read morePublished 9 months ago by G. Madison
Bought it for someone else didn't watch,described great, received fast and a little pricey for VHS but cheaper than ebay!!Published 9 months ago by Amy White
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, 1970 film
It starts with a man running fast. A pistol touches the lips of a sleeping woman. Next we see a woman singing at a Senior Prom. Read more