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Lipstick (1-Apr-1976)

Director: Lamont Johnson

Writer: David Rayfiel

Keywords: Drama, Rape, Revenge

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Anne Bancroft
17-Sep-1931 6-Jun-2005 Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate
Margaux Hemingway
16-Feb-1955 2-Jul-1996 Troubled actress OD'd on klonopin
Mariel Hemingway
22-Nov-1961   Woody Allen's Manhattan
Perry King
30-Apr-1948   Class of 1984
Catherine McLeod
2-Jul-1921 11-May-1997 I've Always Loved You
John Bennett Perry
4-Jan-1941   Fools Rush In
Peggy Rea
31-Mar-1921 5-Feb-2011 Lulu Hogg on Dukes of Hazzard
Chris Sarandon
24-Jul-1942   Dog Day Afternoon
Inga Swenson
29-Dec-1932   Kraus on Benson
Meg Wyllie
15-Feb-1917 1-Jan-2002 The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters


Review by anonymous (posted on 25-Jul-2006)

Depicts a sad state of legal gaming which thankfully has been since corrected. I viewed the movie at it's release, and found no fault with the Actress/s Actors portrayals. They did a good job bringing to life characters which under any circumstances were most difficult to represent. The tension, correctly depicted in their characters, especially Margaux's, was superb. But as with artists, true talent is often not recognized until long after the fact. The "critics" of the day truly new not what they spoke of. Maybe had they, her life could have been different. They did to that young 20 year old off screen, what her character suffered on screen, so sad. Hopefully God has blessed, kept, and healed her tortured soul.

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