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The Bitch (1979)

The owner of a trendy disco starts having problems with the men in her life and the Mafia, which is trying to move in on her place.

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Antonio Cantafora ...
Nico Cantafora (as Michael Coby)
Kenneth Haigh ...
Arnold Rinstead
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Thrush Feather
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Lynn
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Mark Burns ...
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Hal Leonard
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Polly Logan
Doug Fisher ...
Sharon Fussey ...
Sammy's Girl
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Ricky
George Sweeney ...
Sandy Roots
Maurice Thorogood ...
Paul
Bill Mitchell ...
Bernie
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The owner of a trendy disco starts having problems with the men in her life and the Mafia, which is trying to move in on her place.

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After The Stud

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Drama | Romance

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December 1979 (Turkey)  »

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A Cabra  »

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Trivia

Joan Collins (Fontaine Khaled) is the elder sister of Jackie Collins, who wrote the 1979 novel of the same name on which the film is based. See more »

Quotes

Arnold Rinstead: Anger suits you.
Fontaine Khaled: How about contempt?
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Connections

References Saturday Night Fever (1977) See more »

Soundtracks

Everything Is Great
Written by R. Wiider (aka Ian Lewis)
Performed by Inner Circle
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70s Nostalgiafest!
9 September 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This film is really a load of tosh and a waste of Joan Collins' considerable acting talents - BUT - if you grew up in the 1970s you will have a certain nostalgic affection for it. I remember very well the iconic nightclub "Regine's" on which Fontaine Khaled's disco was based - even with the same squared dance-floor - and the fashions with lots of bright colours, flashy jewellery and designers such as Yuki.

The dialogue is absolutely appalling and the delivery by most of the actors stilted to say the least.

If you "suspend disbelief" and take this film for what it is; a piece of nostalgic, escapist fluff; then you are in for quite an enjoyable way of passing an evening - AND you'll enjoy all the 70s disco music!


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