Lola (1969 film)

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Directed by Richard Donner
Produced by Clive Sharp
Written by Norman Thaddeus Vane
Starring Charles Bronson
Susan George
Music by John Scott
Cinematography Walter Lassally
Edited by Norman Wanstall
Distributed by American International Pictures
Release dates 1969
Running time 98 minutes
Country Italy
United Kingdom
Language English

Twinky, also known as Lola in the United States, is a 1969 film directed by Richard Donner and starring Charles Bronson and Susan George.[1]


A 38 year old 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 in Scotland and move to America where by state law Twinky must go to school. Tensions arise when Twinky wants to engage in pastimes, while Scott struggles to complete his novels in order to earn a living. She runs away and is found by Scott in the cellar. Twinky then leaves for London the next day after writing Scott a tearful farewell letter.



TWINKY: "I got into a fight with my teacher. She said the British burned Washington."
SCOTT: "They did. In the War of 1812."
TWINKY: "No we didn't!!! We burned Joan of Arc!"

Other production notes[edit]

The title song and two other original numbers are composed and performed by Jim Dale.


  1. ^ "Twinky (1969)". Retrieved 2014-06-12. 

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