The Lady in Red (1979 film)
|The Lady in Red|
|Directed by||Lewis Teague|
|Produced by||Julie Corman|
|Written by||John Sayles|
|Starring||Pamela Sue Martin
|Music by||James Horner|
|Edited by||Larry Bock
|Distributed by||New World Pictures|
|Release date(s)||July 1979|
|Running time||93 min|
The Lady in Red is a 1979 film directed by Lewis Teague, and starring Pamela Sue Martin and Robert Conrad. It is an early writing effort of John Sayles who became better known as a director in the 1980s and 90s. The film tells the crime story of poor farmer's daughter who leaves for Chicago, where she is sent to prison, serves as prostitute, falls in love with a criminal and finally tries bank robbery.
- Pamela Sue Martin - Polly Franklin
- Robert Conrad - John Dillinger
- Louise Fletcher - Anna Sage
- Christopher Lloyd - Frognose
- Laurie Heineman - Rose Shimkus
- Robert Hogan - Jake Lingle
- Glenn Withrow - Eddie
- Robert Forster - Turk
The soundtrack of this film is notable as the first film score composed by James Horner, today one of the best known film score composers in Hollywood.
- Christopher T Koetting, Mind Warp!: The Fantastic True Story of Roger Corman's New World Pictures, Hemlock Books. 2009 p 169
- "Roger Corman's Cult Classics". Shout! Factory. Retrieved 2011-02-03.
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