Released the same year as THE THREE FACES OF EVE, this picture covers much the same ground, but not nearly as well. Based on Shirley Jackson's novel The Bird's Nest
, it stars Parker as a troubled woman with three personalities: Elizabeth, the dreary museum employee who feels mentally
unbalanced; Beth, the pleasant, likable girl; and the title character, Lizzie, a wild woman who goes out nights, gets insanely drunk, and winds up in strangers' beds. Director Haas stars as a kindly neighbor who, with Blondell, an alcoholic aunt, brings Parker to psychiatrist Boone. Through
treatment and shock therapy, he is able to rid Parker of the boisterous Lizzie. Haas's fi...