Movie Reviews By Bil Antoniou
(out of 5)
Marilyn Monroe plays a mentally unbalanced young woman who is hired by a gentlemen to look after his little girl in their hotel room while he spends the evening at a party. As the evening progresses we discover that Monroe’s deranged mind has some pretty dark bedtime surprises for the young lady. Aside from the rare opportunity to see Marilyn playing a psycho, which she does fairly well, the other big kick you’ll get from watching this is seeing a very young Anne Bancroft in one of her first notable roles.
Directed by Roy Ward Baker
Cinematography by Lucien Ballard
Produced by Julian Blaustein
Costume Design by Travilla
Film Editing by George A. Gittens