Eugene is a surgeon who has lost his job
because of his drug addiction. His life is totally miserable, until one night an
unexpected event changes everything. A man is shot at a club, and being the only
doctor around, he saves his life. This event catches the attention of criminal Raymond
Blossom who decides to place Eugene's skills at his service..
DAVID DUCHOVNY, ANGELINA
LET NO MAN WRITE MY EPITAPH 
JAMES DARREN, BURL IVES, SHELLEY WINTERS, RICARDO
A classic inner city drama which draws
you into the lives of the characters, their strengths and weaknesses. A solid cast
brings to life the struggles of a group of, for lack of words, losers who band together
to help a young man escape a life of poverty filled with drugs, alcohol, and violence.
Hard hitting and effective the movie "Let No Man Write My Epitaph" goes where no
other film, back then in 1960, dared to go. The movie shows how dope or drugs are
used by slime-balls like Louie Ramponi to keep people enslaved and under their control.
Also in the movie is jazz legend Ella Fitzgerald as the downtrodden and suicidal
Flora who just happens to be one of Louie's many drug addicted customers.
Film version of Jacqueline Susann's best-selling
novel chronicling the rise and fall of three young ladies in show business.
film adaptation of Valley of the Dolls is stupid, empty, overly melodramatic...and
a lot of fun!"
"The candy-colored photography is good, beautifully capturing the
glossy red capsules taken at every turn."
"And has there ever -- and I do mean EVER
-- been a bio of such a person that did NOT include the requisite drug addictions
and 'rite-of-passage' stay at Betty Ford (or its predecessors), abortions, suicide
attempts, medical emergencies, or otherwise 'near-tragic' near-endings?"