Andy Warhol's Bad  

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Andy Warhol's Bad is the title of a 1977 American film directed by Jed Johnson starring Carroll Baker, Cyrinda Foxe and Susan Tyrrell and produced by Andy Warhol. It is infamous for a scene where a baby is thrown out a window of a skyscraper by Susan Blond and dies on the pavement.

The opening screening in March 1977 attracted over 750 people, including Warren Beatty, Jack Nicholson, Julie Christie and George Cukor.

The film was distributed by New World Pictures in the United States and featured an original soundtrack by Mike Bloomfield.




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