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Isn't She Great is a 2000 American biographical film.

Isn't She Great
Directed byAndrew Bergman
Produced byMike Lobell
Written byPaul Rudnick (screenplay) based on material by Michael Korda (magazine article)
StarringBette Midler
Nathan Lane
Stockard Channing
David Hyde Pierce
John Cleese
John Larroquette
Amanda Peet
Christopher McDonald
Debbie Shapiro
Paul Benedict
Music byBurt Bacharach
CinematographyKarl Walter Lindenlaub
Editing byBarry Malkin
Distributed byUniversal Pictures
Release date(s)January 28, 2000 (US)
Running time95 min.
Country United States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$36 million
Gross revenue$2,954,405

A highly fictionalized account of the life and career of best-selling author Jacqueline Susann, the Universal Pictures release focuses on her early struggles as an aspiring actress relentlessly hungry for fame, her relationship with Svengali-like press agent husband Irving Mansfield, with whom she had an institutionalized autistic son, her success as the author of Valley of the Dolls, and her battle with and subsequent death from breast cancer.

Paul Rudnick's screenplay, based on a 1995 New Yorker profile by Michael Korda, was directed by Andrew Bergman. The cast includes Bette Midler as Susann, Nathan Lane as Mansfield, Stockard Channing as Susann's gal pal Florence Maybelle, David Hyde Pierce as book editor Michael Hastings, and John Cleese as publisher Henry Marcus, with John Larroquette, Amanda Peet, Christopher McDonald, Debbie Shapiro, and Paul Benedict in supporting roles.

Midler was nominated for a Worst Actress Golden Raspberry Award. Opening in 750 US theatres on January 28, 2000, it was assaulted by the critics and shunned by the public, and domestically earned only $2,954,405 at the box office, far less than its cost of $36 million [1].

The film has been released on DVD.

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