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Lady Cocoa (1975)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  December 1975 (USA)
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Foxy Lady Cocoa is out to take down her mobster boyfriend.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Lola Falana ...
Coco
Gene Washington ...
Doug
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Ramsey
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Marie
Joe Greene ...
Big Joe (as 'Mean' Joe Greene)
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Eddie
Gary Harper ...
Arthur
James R. Sweeney ...
Desk Sergeant
Richard Kennedy ...
Waiter
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Drunk Gambler (as Buck Flower)
John F. Goff ...
The 'Sicilian' (as John Goff)
La Verne Watson ...
Eddie's Girl
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Foxy Lady Cocoa is out to take down her mobster boyfriend.

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Lady Coco, Miss Lady Luck, took a gamble and got stuck 'cause "Mean" Joe Greene ain't playin' when he goes slayin'.

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Crime | Drama

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December 1975 (USA)  »

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Pop Goes the Weasel  »

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Low-grade "action" film - only Lola Falana shines
2 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

The only redeeming element of "Lady Cocoa" is Lola Falana, playing the title character: she is beautiful, sexy and has a wonderful smile. Other than her, the film is a bargain-basement production with a totally static plot - for more than an hour, the story is confined into one hotel. And don't think this works in favor of any suspense, either; the fact that the two hit men who are on the heroes' trail never utter a single word might have been intended to make them look unique, but their actions only make them look inept and ineffective. Things are made even worse by the worn print, scratchy sound and often inaudible dialogue of the DVD version that Brentwood came up with: a pure disgrace. (*)


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