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The Caretakers (1963) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Hall Bartlett and produced by Jerry Paris and Hall Bartlett.

Academy Awards 1963 --- Ceremony Number 36 (source: AMPAS)

Best CinematographyLucien BallardNominated

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'Joan Crawford', then on the Pepsi-Cola board of directors, demanded that product placement shots be included in all her films of this era. Look for it here prominently advertised on the sides of dispensing carts at a mental hospital picnic.
From The Washington Post, May 22, 1963: "So impressed were Senators Lister Hill and Thomas Kuchel with 'The Caretakers,' a film on mental health, that they arranged a showing for senators and their staffs this afternoon in the New Senate Office building. The extra attraction: a post-screening reception in honor of stars Joan Crawford and Robert Stack, writer Henry F. Greenburg and producer Hal Bartlett."
'Joan Crawford' said that she agreed to the film because she found the subject of the story "interesting".
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