Not Rated | | Biography, Drama, Romance
A screen adaption of the blistering best-seller which examines the story of the platinum blonde bombshell (Baker) who rose to fame in the reckless Hollywood of the 1930's.
This film appeared the year after Carroll Baker had played "Rina Marlowe" - a Harlow-type sex siren, in The Carpetbaggers (1964) which was also produced by Joseph E. Levine. Critics laughingly suggested in a few years' time, Levine might produce a biopic called "Baker". It was only another year before he produced The Oscar (1966) in which Jean Hale, made up to look like Carroll Baker, played a Hollywood actress named "Cheryl Barker".
Oh, Mom, all they want is my body!
In a scene set in late 1920s, Jean pays her agent with 1960s-era currency which looks quite different.
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