It is one of my favourite movies but very hard to get in Ireland I saw it years ago and loved it Kim Delaney was brilliant in it

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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 nomination. See more awards »
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Cast

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Mickey Stolli
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Deena Swanson
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Venus Maria
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Mary Lou Morley
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Ron
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Abigaile Stolli
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Abe Panther
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Santino Bonnatti (as Joseph Cortese)
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Eddie Kane
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Jerry Masterson
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Olive Sertner
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Cooper Turner (as Anthony John Denison)
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It is one of my favourite movies but very hard to get in Ireland I saw it years ago and loved it Kim Delaney was brilliant in it

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In the quest for power, you have everything to gain... And Even More To Lose!

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Drama

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11 October 1992 (USA)  »

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Jackie Collins' 'Lady Boss'  »

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1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Lennie Golden: [coming to greet her as she climbs out of her car] Oh, look at you! You're beautiful!
Lucky Santangelo: [little laugh] Thank you.
Lennie Golden: I missed you.
Lucky Santangelo: It's only been three hours.
Lennie Golden: It's three hours too long then.
Christie: [calling out] Lenny!
Lennie Golden: Yeah?
Christie: I won't be able to get your next shot before lunch. Oh, hi, Mrs. Golden.
Lucky Santangelo: Hi, Christie.
[summing up the pretty girl, then turning to her husband:]
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References Gone with the Wind (1939) See more »

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Kim Delany and Jack Scalia great on screen chemistry
28 April 2003 | by See all my reviews

I thought that this film was pretty good--although I think anything with Jack Scalia is good. Kim Delany did well in the title role of "Lucky" although I feel that the book was better than this movie. Overall I would recommend this movie if just to see Jack Scalia.


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