Tub Girls

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Tub Girls
Directed byAndy Warhol
Brigid Polk
Distributed byAndy Warhol Films
Release date
Running time
90 mins.
CountryUnited States

Tub Girls is a 1967 American avant garde film directed by Andy Warhol and starring Viva, one of the Warhol Superstars. The film features Viva sitting naked in a bathtub talking with other Factory regulars, including Brigid Berlin (credited as Brigid Polk). The original poster promoting this film, designed by George Abagnalo, is shown prominently in a portrait of Warhol by Jack Mitchell.[1]

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  1. ^ Highberger, Craig. "Andy Warhol at his Factory at 33 Union Square, LAST ONE signed by Jack Mitchell". 1stDibs. 1stDibs.com Inc.

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