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Die! Die! My Darling! (21-Mar-1965)

Original Title: Fanatic

Director: Silvio Narizzano

Writer: Richard Matheson

From novel: Nightmare by Anne Blaisdell

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tallulah Bankhead
31-Jan-1902 12-Dec-1968 Lifeboat
Stefanie Powers
2-Nov-1942   Hart to Hart
Donald Sutherland
17-Jul-1935   The Dirty Dozen
Peter Vaughan
4-Apr-1923   The Remains of the Day


Review by Anele (posted on 19-Oct-2007)

I just saw this under the title "Die! Die! My Darling! and the only redeeming factor is to see Talulah Bankhead over-play her part. And it's only redeeming because the story line is weak, as are the characters, and poor Talulah over dramatizes and becomes a caraciture of her roles in her heyday. Her vanity and self-consuming conceit of a drama queen is what you can experience in this movie, and once is more than enough. Stefanie Powers plays a predictable weak, naive victim. The story line is not unique, mother loves son too much to be normal. This is all about Talulah, Dahling rattling off too many Bible verses. Hmm, so what is the correct title?

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