Lola (1969 film)
|Directed by||Richard Donner|
|Produced by||Clive Sharp|
|Written by||Norman Thaddeus Vane|
|Music by||John Scott|
|Editing by||Norman Wanstall|
|Distributed by||American International Pictures|
|Running time||98 mins.|
A middle aged writer of pornographic novels Scott (Charles Bronson) meets and falls in love with a sixteen-year-old school girl (Susan George) whilst living in London.
When Scott is refused a permanent visa to remain in Britain, the couple get married and move to America where by state law Lola must go to school. Tensions arise when Lola wants to engage in sixteen-year-old pastimes, while Scott struggles to complete his novels in order to earn a living.
- Charles Bronson as Scott Wardman
- Orson Bean as Hal
- Honor Blackman as Mummy
- Michael Craig as Daddy
- Paul Ford as Mr Wardman
- Jack Hawkins as Judge Millington-Draper
- Trevor Howard as Lola's Grandfather
- Lionel Jeffries as Solicitor
- Kay Medford as Mrs Wardman
- Robert Morley as Judge Roxborough
- Susan George as Lola / Twinky / Sybil Londonderry
- Peggy Aitchison as Mrs Finchley
- Tony Arpino as New York Judge
- Eric Barker as Scottish Clerk
- Erik Chitty as Lawyer's Elderly Client
- Sheila D'Union as Naive English School Chum
- Judith Furse as School Mistress
- Marcia Garton as Rich English School Chum
- Cathy Jose as Felicity, Lola's Friendly English School Chum
- Anthony Kemp as Peter
- Sue Lloyd as Ursula
- LOLA: "I got into a fight with my teacher. She said the British burned Washington."
- SCOTT: "They did. In the War of 1812."
- LOLA: "No we didn't!!! We burned Joan of Arc!"
Other production notes
The title song and two other original numbers are composed and performed by Jim Dale.
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