One Too Many
|One Too Many|
Is There One In Your House?
|Directed by||Erle C. Kenton|
|Produced by||Kroger Babb|
|Written by||Kroger Babb (story)
Malcolm Stuart Boylan (screenplay)
|Distributed by||Hallmark Productions|
One Too Many, also known as Killer With a Label, Mixed-Up Women, and The Important Story of Alcoholism, was an exploitation film produced by Kroger Babb in 1950. It told the story of Helen Mason (Ruth Warrick), who is slowly revealed during the course of the film to be an alcoholic, destroying her career as a concert pianist and her family in the process.
The film contained musical numbers as filler, and was presented as an exploitation film by Babb. The subject matter, however, was not easily exploitable and the film failed to do well. Regardless, the film was redistributed many times over the years, and most recently released on DVD by Retroflicks.
- Schaefer, Eric (1999). Bold! Daring! Shocking! True!: A History of Exploitation Films, 1919-1959. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. ISBN 0-8223-2374-5.
- One Too Many at the Internet Movie Database
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