Andy Warhol's Bad

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Andy Warhol's Bad
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Directed by Jed Johnson
Produced by Jeff Tormberg
Andy Warhol
Written by Pat Hackett
George Abagnalo
Starring Carroll Baker
Perry King
Susan Tyrrell
Music by Mike Bloomfield
Cinematography Alan Metzger
Edited by David McKenna
Production
  company
Factory Films
Distributed by New World Pictures
Release date(s)
Running time 105 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $1.5 million

Andy Warhol's Bad is a 1977 comedy film, directed by Jed Johnson, starring Carroll Baker, Perry King and Susan Tyrrell. It was written by Pat Hackett and George Abagnalo, and was the last film produced by Andy Warhol before his death in 1987.

The opening screening in May 1977 attracted over 750 people, including Warren Beatty, Jack Nicholson, Julie Christie, and George Cukor. Tyrrell won the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance.[1]

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The film focuses on Hazel Aiken (Carroll Baker), a hairdresser who runs a beauty salon in her house and makes extra money by providing hitmen with hit jobs. The narrative includes multiple side-plots pertaining to characters involved in these crimes.

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