Stacy's Knights

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Stacy's Knights
Poster of the movie Stacy's Knights.jpg
Directed byJim Wilson
Written byMichael Blake
Produced by
StarringSee below
CinematographyJoao Fernandes (credited as Raul Lomas)
Edited byBonnie Koehler
Music byNorton Buffalo
Release date
June 1983
Running time
100 minutes
CountryUnited States

Stacy's Knights is a 1983 American film directed by Jim Wilson.[1]

The film is also known as Double Down, The Touch (American video title), Winning Streak (British video title).

Plot summary[edit]

Stacy (Andra Millian), a timid woman, is learning how to play blackjack and meets Will (Kevin Costner) who coaches her in card counting. When she is successful at a casino in Reno, Nevada, the corrupt casino management assigns a cheating dealer to stop her and eventually they have Will killed. In retaliation, Stacy recruits a team of players and trains them to win at the game. The team returns to the casino, with Stacy in disguise, to avenge Will's murder by winning a large amount of money.



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  1. ^ "Stacy's Knights (1983)". Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved May 27, 2022.

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