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The Amy Fisher Story ()


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The true story of the Long Island teen who shoots and wounds the wife of a man she called her lover.

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Amy Fisher
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Joey Buttafuoco (as Anthony John Denison)
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Amy Pagnozzi
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Eric Naiburg
Laurie Paton ...
Mary Jo Buttafuoco
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Elliot Fisher
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Roseann Fisher
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Tim Russo
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Detective
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Daniel Severin
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Williams
Stephen Cooper ...
Chris Drellos
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Current Affair Reporter
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Judge Marvin Goodman
Terry King ...
Fred Klein
Charles Siegel ...
Marvyn Kornberg
Lindsay Bourne ...
Ed Grilli
Ken Angel ...
Stephen Sleeman
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Peter Guagenti (as Michael Iacobucci)
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Hard Copy Reporter
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Paul Makely (as Phillip Maurice Hayes)
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John
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Rafael Abramovitz
Kevin Hayes ...
Hard Copy Anchor
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Doctor
Michael Sicoly ...
Mr. Russo
Michelle Grana ...
Mrs. Russo
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Amy's Older John (uncredited)
Avery Raskin ...
First Reporter (uncredited)
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Reporter (uncredited)

Directed by

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Andy Tennant

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Janet Brownell ... (written by)

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Andrew Adelson ... executive producer
George W. Perkins ... producer
Janet Brownell ... producer (uncredited)

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Michael Hoenig

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Glen MacPherson ... director of photography

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Debra Neil-Fisher ... (as Debra Neil)

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Elissa Loparco ... post-production executive (as Elissa Rashkin)

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Holly Powell

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Phil Schmidt

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Eric Norlin

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Tedd Kuchera

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Trish Keating

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James D. Brown ... hair stylist (as James Brown)
Joann Desare ... makeup artist
Patricia Murray ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Sydney Silvert ... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Lynne Bespflug ... unit production manager
Thomas H. Brodek ... executive in charge of production
Jim Painten ... production supervisor

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Sheila Carpenter ... third assistant director
Rachel Leiterman ... second assistant director
Mick MacKay ... first assistant director

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Bill Burd ... property master
Chris Claridge ... construction coordinator

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Sam Black ... re-recording mixer
Michael C. Gutierrez ... supervising sound editor
Thomas J. Huth ... re-recording mixer
Daryl Powell ... production sound
David M. Weishaar ... re-recording mixer

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Michael Blacklock ... special effects
Dean Stewart ... special effects (uncredited)

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Julian Chojnacki ... camera operator
Dave Gordon ... key grip
Don Saari ... chief lighting technician
Chris Helcermanas-Benge ... still photographer (uncredited)
Robert Stecko ... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Al Uglanica ... best boy grip (uncredited)

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Stuart Aikins ... casting: Vancouver (as Stuart Aikens)
Kim Everett ... casting associate: Los Angeles
James Forsyth ... extras casting
William Haines ... casting assistant: Vancouver (as Bill Haines)

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Christine Mooney ... assistant costume designer

Location Management

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Chris Rudolph ... location manager

Music Department

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Susan Mick ... music editor

Transportation Department

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Ian 'Moss' Urquhart ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Lukia Czernin ... production coordinator
Robert Easton ... dialogue coach
Lara Fox ... script supervisor
Julia Hare ... researcher
Amy Pagnozzi ... consultant
Carol Reid ... production accountant
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

The second of three made-for-TV movies detailing the life of the so-called Long Island "Lethal Lolita" Amy Fisher (played this time by Drew Barrymore) a rebellious, unsure-of-herself 16-year-old girl who became sexually involved with Joey Buttafuoco, a married, 30-something, auto mechanic, in which the unbalanced Fisher planned and shot Buttafuoco's wife in August 1992 in which he may or may not have coerced Fisher into doing the deed, and then denying any involvement with her. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Blutroter Schmollmund - Tödliche Lolita (Germany)
  • Amy Fisher - Tödliche Lolita (Germany)
  • Una relación prohibida (Spain)
  • A Paixão de Amy Fisher (Portugal)
  • Историята на Ейми Фишер (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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  • 96 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Drew Barrymore also played a Lolita the previous year in Poison Ivy (1992). See more »
Goofs When Amy walks to the door, she only presses the doorbell once between the time she gets to the door and the time that Mary Jo Buttafuoco answers the door. When they show it from Mary Jo Buttafuoco's view, the audio reveals the doorbell being rung twice. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in 101 Biggest Celebrity Oops (2004). See more »
Soundtracks Happy Birthday See more »
Quotes Mary Jo Buttafuoco: I've been living on baby food since this happened. So you tell her to take a bite for me.
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