Herman Wouk's account of the experiences of a doomed-to-struggle actress in New York City. Fine cast, with some affecting romantic chemistry between Kelly and Wood.
Hayward's Oscar-nominated performance highlights this moving account of actress Lillian Roth's struggle with alcoholism. Colorized version available.
A girl accepts three wedding proposals at once and dreams of marriage to each man in the musical remake of Tom, Dick and Harry, The Girl Most Likely (1957).
Newly happy and confident now that she's using alcohol to cope with grief over the death of her first husband, singer Lillian Roth (Susan Hayward) on a wild date with soldier Wallie (Don Taylor), whom she scarcely knows, in I'll Cry Tomorrow, 1955.
Now a Hollywood singing star, Lillian Roth (Susan Hayward) happens in on her micro-managing mother (Jo Van Fleet), discussing prospects with lawyer David (Ray Danton), her childhood friend with whom she's recently re-united, in I'll Cry Tomorrow, 1955.
Losing her grip again, now in the thrall of her money-grubbing third husband Tony (Richard Conte), singer Lillian Roth (Susan Hayward) has an incident in an LA bar, in I'll Cry Tomorrow, 1955.
Grand entrance for Susan Hayward, as the now grown-up Lillian Roth, in Hollywood shooting the number 'Sing, You Sinners' by W. Franke Harling and Sam Coslow, as made famous by the real Roth in Honey, 1930, Jo Van Fleet her preening mother, in I'll Cry Tomorrow, 1955.
Blood of Dracula -- Under hypnosis, a young woman turns into a vampire.
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