Rich Girl (film)

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Rich Girl
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Joel Bender
Produced by Herb Linsey (line producer)
Michael B. London (producer)
Richard Mann (associate producer)
Written by Robert Elliot
Starring
Music by Jay Chattaway
Cinematography Levie Isaacks
Edited by Richard Candib
Mark Helfrich
Distributed by Studio Three Film Corporation
Release date
May 3, 1991
Running time
96 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $561,000

Rich Girl is a 1991 film directed by Joel Bender[1] and starring Jill Schoelen[1] as 21-year-old Courtney, a wealthy girl from Bel-Air, California who wants to make it on her own. She finally settles for being a waitress at a nightclub called Rocco's, where she meets and falls for a singer from Skid Row, Don Michael Paul.

The cast also includes Cherie Currie as a cocaine using singer, Sean Kanan as Courtney's ex-fiance, and Paul Gleason as Courtney's rich father.

Some reviews were largely negative. Film critic Rita Kempley wrote "Schoelen, who has the personality of coral, and Paul, who makes musical inspiration look more like hepatitis, make boredom seem a reasonable alternative."[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Kempley, Rita (May 3, 1991). "'Rich Girl' (R)". The Washington Post. 

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