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Las Vegas Lady (1975)

PG | | Crime | 1 June 1975 (USA)
In Las Vegas, Lucky and two of her girlfriends, Carol and Lisa, plan to steal half a million dollars from the sadistic manager of the Circus Circus Casino. A shadowy man is their contact ... See full summary »

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Lucky
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Vic
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Eversull (as George Di Cenzo)
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Carol
Linda Scruggs ...
Lisa
Joseph Della Sorte ...
A.C. (as Joseph DellaSorte)
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Tully
Karl Lukas ...
Connors
Emilia Dallenbach ...
Goldie (as Emilia Lauren)
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Denny
Max Starky ...
Mr. Cramer (as Max Starkey)
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Claude
Walter Smith ...
Milt
Jack Gordon ...
Melendez
Stephanie Faulkner ...
Judy
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In Las Vegas, Lucky and two of her girlfriends, Carol and Lisa, plan to steal half a million dollars from the sadistic manager of the Circus Circus Casino. A shadowy man is their contact and organizer. Each of the women could be a weak link in a scheme that has to be flawless: Lucky's boyfriend is a security officer at the casino, Lisa is a trapeze artist who's now plagued with vertigo, and Carol is in debt to a nasty thug - plus, as a Black woman, she's subject to additional harassment. Can the gals pull off the heist, or is the plan, with it's mysterious organizer, too complicated to succeed? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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If You Can't Beat The System ... You Might As Well Rob It! See more »

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Crime

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1 June 1975 (USA)  »

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Damy z Las Vegas  »

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1.85 : 1
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When Stella Stevens' character visits Stuart Whitman's character's trailer to wish him Happy Birthday, Whitman responds, "Oh, is this February the 1st?" Stuart Whitman's real life birthday is also February 1st. See more »

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Featured in Dusk to Dawn Drive-In Trash-o-Rama Show Vol. 2 (1996) See more »

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Gambling Blues
Words and Music by Bradford Craig
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A real low energy drive-in movie
28 January 2013 | by (Victoria, BC) – See all my reviews

With a title like "Las Vegas Lady", and being released by Crown International Pictures, one might understandably think that this movie is some kind of sleazefest. But surprisingly it's far from that. For one thing, the movie barely warrants a PG rating, with some very brief nudity and a couple of harsh words. Plus, the movie aims to be a caper movie. Nothing wrong with that aim - caper movies can be fun - but the execution of this caper movie is almost totally botched. The first half of the movie is almost totally made of low energy scenes that seem to serve no purpose except to pad out the movie. Viewers will get really impatient quick. And when the caper is executed, there is absolutely no tension and no energy. There is a "twist" in the final few minutes of the movie, but it's a twist that you'll guess in the movie's first ten minutes! On the positive side, there is actual filming on Las Vegas and surrounding Nevada locations, which helps the look of the movie. Also, Stella Stevens and Stuart Whitman have welcome presence, and generate some chemistry in their (limited) scenes together. But this positive material won't prevent you from falling asleep long before the end credits start rolling.


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