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Las Vegas Lady (1975)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  1 June 1975 (USA)
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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 ... See full summary »

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Lucky
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Vic
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Eversull (as George Di Cenzo)
Lynne Moody ...
Carol
Linda Scruggs ...
Lisa
Joseph Della Sorte ...
A.C. (as Joseph DellaSorte)
Hank Robinson ...
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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The most daring Vegas career. See more »

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Crime | Drama

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1 June 1975 (USA)  »

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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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She's a Winner...NOT!

Very, very humdrum movie fare here with Stella Stevens taking directions from someone in disguise(it didn't take me long to guess who it was) in Old Nevada Town outside Vegas for a money heist in the Circus Circus Hotel in Las Vegas. Stevens leads her girl gang of three, and they find out that they must act much quicker than had been anticipated. Despite some neat looks at Las Vegas in the 70's, very average yet credible acting from most involved, and a plot line with potential, Las Vegas Lady lays one big boring egg. It seems forever for the film to kick into gear,and when it does it just sputters here and there and never really speeds up. I was somewhat disappointed with this film. Sure, I wasn't expecting anything great, but I at least thought this might be one of those neat exploitation films from the 70's or something like it. Not even close. No one dies. There is a lame gunfight between creaky Stuart Whitman and officious George DiCenzo, one year prior to his grand performance as the prosecuting attorney Bugliosa in Helter Skelter. The gunfight has all the suspense of watching a waterfall. There is one punch and one head hit with a blunt instrument. Beyond that nothing in terms of action. And as for the girls, don't expect much there either. Stella and her girls(both very mediocre yet pretty talents, get in a sauna and a bath. What do we see? Nothing but a fleeting side profile. Stella wears these nice open blouses accentuating her real talents, but I wish she would have been a bit more open with her performance. That way I could write one thing that would recommend the film. Alas, it was not to be, and I have little to say in this film's favor. It isn't a horrible film in any way, it just has nothing going for it either. YAWN.


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