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Lady Godiva: Back in the Saddle (2007)

Theres trouble brewing in Downtown Coventry. Mobster, Ray Carlton has a dreamcasinos! Hes got dirt on the local Mayor, Derek Osbourne and he wants his pound of flesh. In return for not ... See full synopsis »


Baz Taylor


Heath Jones (screenplay), Heath Jones (story) | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Phil Cornwell ... Mayor Osbourne
James Fleet ... Alan Jenkins
Caroline Harker ... Catherine Osbourne
Nick Holder ... Ray Carlton
Matthew Ashforde Matthew Ashforde ... Vincent Dengler
Zak Maguire Zak Maguire ... Andrew Osbourne
Tony Slattery ... Tom O'Driscoll
Faye Tozer Faye Tozer ... Chantelle
Mark Sutton Mark Sutton ... Carlton's Heavy 1
Dave Bishop Dave Bishop ... Carlton's Heavy 2
Joanna Croll ... Jane Carmichael
Emma Jesson ... Serena Moss
Roger Sloman ... Frank Gilmont
Mohan Chopra Mohan Chopra ... Sanjeev
Christine Hamilton Christine Hamilton ... Christina Hampton


Theres trouble brewing in Downtown Coventry.

Mobster, Ray Carlton has a dreamcasinos! Hes got dirt on the local Mayor, Derek Osbourne and he wants his pound of flesh.

In return for not flushing him down the toilet, Carlton has the Mayor greasing the way for a super casino on the site of the park where Lady Godiva actually rode!

The mayors American ex-wife Catherine is having none of it however, and with the help of a hippy ex-teacher and Rebel Without a Cause, Alan Jenkins the gloves are coming off.

But they have not reckoned with the ambitions of Ray Carlton. Unbeknownst to them all, Ray has crossed the Atlantic to deal the worlds richest casino builders into the game.

Far more powerful than even the Las Vegas Mob, Ray Carlton has hired Indians from the Oquassa Tribe of Wisconsin, to manage his new Sin City and nothing is going to stop him.

Is there some giant, some hero from the past who can save Coventry in her hour of need?

Or heroine maybe?

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Release Date:

13 November 2007 (UK) See more »


Box Office


$10,000,000 (estimated)
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What a load of cobblers!
21 April 2007 | by madgemad07See all my reviews

I went to a free screening of this on Thursday evening, and I have to say I was more amused at the number of people who walked out than the film itself. It was embarrassingly bad, from the opening credits right through to the end. The story itself could have been told in 15 minutes. Certain scenes were far too long and painful to watch. The editing was appalling! The acting I'm not gonna even comment on. We were asked to fill in a questionnaire at the end, and i have to say that was just as painful! I rated the film as fair and i was being quite generous there. Giving it two stars here is being generous as well, but its not quite as bad as a 1 star film! I think Faye Tozer from Steps has a great future in acting though! NOT! Only see this film at a free screening, or wait till they're giving it away as a free DVD in a newspaper because you really don't want to be wasting any money watching this!

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