In December of 1967, the film “Valley of the Dolls” premiered in U.S. theaters. The film was a massive production that was shot in many locations on the East and West Coast, with glamorous costumes and trendsetting hair and makeup. The story detailed the lives of three heroines as they struggled with fame, depression, and their dependence on alcohol and drugs.
Fifty years later, here is a look back at the production of the now cult classic:
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