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Blonde Fist (1991)

A woman attempts to escape her domestic problems by fleeing to New York in search of her father. She finds him, and also new problems, some friendship, a romance, and an unexpected career as pro-boxer, to make ends meet.

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Lovelle Summers
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John O'Dowd
Sharon Power ...
Mary
Angela Clarke ...
Brenda Doyle
Lewis Bester ...
Young Tony
Gary Mavers ...
Tony Bone
Jeff Weatherford ...
Dan
Graham Winton ...
Bart
Jane Poter ...
'Big' Alice
Genevieve Walsh ...
Miss Marshall
Lynne Kelly ...
Tony's Girlfriend
David Crean ...
Boxing M.C.
Julie Aldred ...
Helen
Susan Atkins ...
Crazy Sue

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A woman attempts to escape her domestic problems by fleeing to New York in search of her father. She finds him, and also new problems, some friendship, a romance, and an unexpected career as pro-boxer, to make ends meet.

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Thelma and Louise meets Rocky. See more »

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Action | Drama | Sport

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1 November 1991 (UK)  »

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A Lutadora  »

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Filmed in six weeks on a £600,000 budget. See more »

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Like I've never been gone
Sung by Billy Fury
Published by Chelsea Music Ltd
Courtesy of The Decca Music Company Ltd
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Embarrassing nonsense
1 June 1999 | by (Hong Kong) – See all my reviews

This film requires few words of commentary. The plot is laughable, the script dismal and the acting appalling. However, as a Liverpudlian myself, I have rarely felt as embarrassed as I was by Margi Clarke's grotesque performance. She makes a laughing stock of Liverpool people. A dud without equal.


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