Madame X (1966) was a Drama - Film Adaptation Film directed by David Lowell Rich and produced by Ross Hunter.
Madame X (1966)By Beatrice on Jun 20, 2019 From Flickers in Time
Madame X Directed by David Lowell Rich Written by Jean Holloway from a play by Alexandre Brisson 1966/USA Ross Hunter Productions/Universal Pictures/Eltee First viewing/Amazon Instant This hoary melodrama about infidelity, exile, alcoholism, and mother love has been remade many times. The 1966 ver... Read full article
Madame X (1981, Robert Ellis Miller)By Andrew Wickliffe on Sep 29, 2017 From The Stop Button
Madame X never has good pacing. The movie starts with Tuesday Weld on trial, in old age makeup. She refuses to identify herself, hence the title, and won?t even assist her lawyer, Martina Deignan, in her own defense. Weld?s completely passive in the scene. Robert Hooks?s prosecuting attorney closing... Read full article
Letters to Madame X c.1940 – 1963By Neve on Nov 3, 2013 From The Baz
These are all the letters we currently have that were allegedly written by Rathbone to “Madame X” between c. 1940 and 1963. They’re numbered as they were when received by us. Nos. 13, 15 and 16 are currently missing. We’ve only received one letter in autograph. The rest are t... Read full article
The Madame X InterviewBy Neve on Oct 28, 2013 From The Baz
Interview with “Madame X” the unnamed actress with whom Rathbone was ?allegedly closely involved between 1941-46 Please note this material is copyright protected and reproduced with permission of the owner. It cannot be duplicated without permission. PART I ??After?Basil died…I go... Read full article
Madame X (1966)By Raquel Stecher on Nov 30, -0001 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog
"The moments of love are the only ones that matter." - Madame X Directed by David Lowell Rich, Madame X (1966) is one in a long line of frothy soap operas that delivers a good old-fashioned sob story. This film pulls out all the stops and leaves nothing behind in an effort to put its viewers' emot... Read full article
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The exteriors of the Anderson estate were filmed at 10236 Charing Cross Road, Los Angeles, California. Six years later this mansion would become famous as The Playboy Mansion, though at that time it was owned by an engineer named Louis Statham.
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