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BUtterfield 8A Manhattan call girl (Elizabeth Taylor) has a tragic affair with a rich married man (Laurence Harvey). However, her desire for respectability causes her to reconsider her lifestyle.Genre: DramaCountry: United StatesDuration: 109 minQuality: SDRelease: 1960IMDb: 6.4
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Directors of "BUtterfield 8"Daniel MannBirthdate: 8 August 1912, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "BUtterfield 8"John O'HaraBirthdate: 31 January 1905, Pottsville, Pennsylvania, USACharles SchneeBirthdate: 6 August 1916, Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA
Critic Reviews of "BUtterfield 8"TIME MagazineMarch 23, 2011
A sleek and libidinous lingerie meller.Chicago ReaderMarch 23, 2011
It's just about as awful as you'd expect, despite the presence of two first-class screenwriter.VarietyMarch 26, 2009
Under director Daniel Mann's guidance it is an extremely sexy and intimate film, but the intimacy is only skin deep, the sex only a dominating behavior pattern.Time OutJune 24, 2006
Once thought of as racy and adventurous in its treatment of sex, this turgid nonsense about a high-class whore with love in her heart has dated atrociously.New York TimesMay 09, 2005
The dialogue is rough. Let's say O'Harrowing. And the ending is absurd. But so is most of it for that matter. It's the living it up that gets you in this film.TV GuideMarch 23, 2011
Glossy trash with the star at full throttle, it's the quintessental La Liz movie.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsMay 29, 2008
When viewed today it's a work of considerable dreck, it's badly dated and unappealing.EmanuelLevy.ComApril 09, 2007
"Mama face it, I was the slut of all time," Liz Taylor's hooker confronts her mother, and that's pretty much sums up the nature of this glossy, trashy melodrama that Hollywood used to make until TV appropriated the genre.Film ThreatOctober 28, 2005
Mostly crap, but Elizabeth Taylor is hotFilmcritic.comOctober 23, 2003
Taylor's heralded performance as the archetypal hooker ('the slut of all time!') with a heart of gold is a bit overrated.Film4May 24, 2003
Taylor won an Oscar for her role in this, but holds the movie in scant regard compared to the rest of her work. And with good reason.MovielineNovember 06, 2001
Though it's generally true that nothing dates faster than Hollywood's idea of what's daring, Butterfield 8 can be viewed as a fascinating artifact from the days when movie stars' offscreen myths were carefully woven into their on-screen roles.
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