Baby Doll

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Baby Doll is a film (book: Threshing floor lake Williams; Direction: Elia Kazan, 1956), which describes the history of the engagement of a childlike bride (baby Doll) with an owner of cotton machine from the Southern States, who to the pledge in a battle between its engaged one and whose enemy becomes. In the roles: Karl Malden, Carroll Baker, Eli barrier oh and mild-talk Dunnock.

The film was nominated for the Academy Award, for the best actress in a main role (Carroll Baker), best Nebenrolle (mild-talk Dunnock), best cinematography (black-and-white) and the best film script.

The Legion OF Decency worked to censor the film because of its representation of sexual topics.

After the Filmrolle an article of clothing Babydoll is called.

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