He told me they were deciding between two characters and the final decision was that Edie would be killed off.
Dylan later acknowledged, somewhat diffidently, that Edie was an “exciting girl, very enthusiastic.”
In his deposition, however, Cherry said the elimination of Edie was a "cost-cutting" measure.
Sheridan asked Cherry why he chose to kill off Edie and he responded: “I want to shake things up.”
Another Warhol “Screen Test”, this time shot in early 1965, and putting a static Edie Sedgwick on screen for four minutes.
Whether Edie pined or not, or whether she was lonely, is a question that this chronicler is not called on to discuss.
I cannot take Edie into the camp, and she would not be willing if I could.
Edie likes to fix herself up, and "play people" as she calls it.
Edie turned upon the girl with the heap of baggage, accusingly.
Pompey prefers to remain with me,” said Edie; “let him stay.