Lola

Lola

Director: Richard Donner, Charles Bronson, Susan George, Trevor Howard

Cast: Richard Donner, Charles Bronson, Susan George, Trevor Howard

     
 

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A couple tries to hold their relationship together despite the twenty-three year gap in their ages in this romantic comedy/drama. Scott Wardman (Charles Bronson) is an 39-year-old American author living in England who supports himself by writing pornographic novels. Scott meets Twinky (Susan George), an attractive young woman who tells him she's almost 20. Scott

Overview

A couple tries to hold their relationship together despite the twenty-three year gap in their ages in this romantic comedy/drama. Scott Wardman (Charles Bronson) is an 39-year-old American author living in England who supports himself by writing pornographic novels. Scott meets Twinky (Susan George), an attractive young woman who tells him she's almost 20. Scott quickly falls for her beauty and charm, but he discovers her definition of "almost" is looser than that of most people -- it seems Twinky is only 16 years old. In a moment of romantic impulse, Scott and Twinky travel to Scotland and get married, but Twinky's parents are less than enthusiastic when they hear the news. Scott soon brings his new bride to New York City to meet his friends, and while they're not as upset, they have a hard time believing this is true love, especially after the differences in Scott and Twinky's ages become increasingly apparent. Lola (also released as Twinky) was an early film credit for director Richard Donner, who at the time was still best known for his work in television.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/22/1997
UPC:
0056775613730
Original Release:
1969
Rating:
NR
Source:
Madacy Records

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Charles Bronson Scott
Susan George Lola "Twinky" Londonderry
Trevor Howard Grandfather
Mikey Craig Daddy
Honor Blackman Mummy
Lionel Jeffries Mr. Creighton
Elspeth March Secretary
Erik Chitty Client
Cathy Jose Felicity
Leslie Schofield 1st Policeman
Derek Steen 2nd Policeman
Robert Morley Judge Roxburgh
Jack Hawkins Judge Millington-Draper
Gordon Waller Marty
Jimmy Tarbuck 1st TV Comic
Norman Vaughan 2d TV Comic
Orson Bean Hal
Reg Lever Old Gentleman
Paul Ford Scott's Father
Kay Medford Scott's Mother
Eric Barker Marriage Clerk
John Rae Hotel Receptionist
John Wright Hotel Waiter
Peggy Aitchison Mrs. Finchley
Tony Arpino New York Judge
Anthony Kemp Lola's Brother
Polly Williams Lola's Sister
Jim Dale Singer

Technical Credits
Richard Donner Director
Jim Dale Score Composer
Elsa Fennell Costumes/Costume Designer
Walter Lassally Cinematographer
John Scott Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision
Clive Sharp Producer
Norman Thaddeus Vane Original Story
Norman Wanstall Editor
Michael Wield Art Director

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