In 1980 Duvall took on the role of the bumbling and innocent Wendy Torrance in Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, starring Jack Nicholson.
The same year, Duvall left Altman to star as Bernice, a wealthy girl from in 's adaptation of 's short story 1976.
But she would also speak of the people that were watching her from inside of the soda fountain.
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In spite of the film not being a major box-office success, it received critical acclaim, and Duvall's performance was lauded by critics.
The segment received significant criticism from the public, with many suggesting that Duvall was being exploited.
Unlike the previous two series, Nightmare Classics was aimed at a teenage and adult audience.
The Actors Fund of America reportedly reached out to provide her with treatment in light of the interview.