Lady Boss

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Lady Boss
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Author Jackie Collins
Country United States
Language English
Series Santangelo novels
Publisher Warner Books
Publication date
Media type Hardcover
Pages 640
ISBN 978-0-671-02347-8
OCLC 44539299
Preceded by Lucky
Followed by Vendetta: Lucky's Revenge

Lady Boss is a 1990 novel written by Jackie Collins and the third in her Santangelo novels series.

The novel was adapted as a TV movie miniseries in 1992, starring Kim Delaney in the title role of Lucky Santangelo. Co-stars include Jack Scalia, Yvette Mimieux, Joan Rivers, Beth Toussaint, Alan Rachins, Vanity and John Randolph.


Lady Boss tells the story of Lucky Santangelo taking over a movie studio in Hollywood called "Panther Studios."


The novel inspired a miniseries with the teleplay by Jackie Collins and directed by Charles Jarrott in 1992.[1]





  1. ^ "Lady Boss (miniseries)". Retrieved February 16, 2016. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "Lady Boss". TCM database. Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved February 16, 2016.