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No one can touch Robert Aldrich when it comes to holding a mirror up to the self-absorbed self-deception of Hollywood. The director of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? and The Big Knife turns the lens again to Tinseltown with this deliciously overheated mystery-melodrama. Kim Novak portrays an unknown chosen to star in a biopic of film goddess Lylah Clare, who died under mysterious circumstances on her wedding night. Two Best Actor Academy Award(r) winners,* Peter Finch as Lylah's obsessed widower and Ernest Borgnine as a loutish mogul, help stir a heady plot that reveals secrets, compulsions, perversions and murder as the naïve young actress becomes consumed by the identity of the dead star.
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Great campy film with Kim Novak. It's so bad that it's "good". Watched it several times and enjoyed it immensely. Worth seeing.Published 1 month ago by John L
Was the script designed by committee?
This was just absolutely awful. It wasn't even fun enough to be camp.
This movie is definitely not an academy award type but if you enjoy Kim Novak as I do, it's a must have!Published 7 months ago by N. Evans
While this is a true camp classic that elicits many perhaps unintentional guffaws, Kim Novak's great beauty is lavishly depicted throughout. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mr. Lucky
Here's the movie that's so campy it makes Showgirls look like straightforward drama. Everything about Lylah Clare is awful and immensely entertaining. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Richard Dunbeck
I love KIM NOVAK and no matter the quality of the film i will always root for this great super star LEGEND of the silver screen of a bi-gone era and still beautiful in her early... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Thom mykel