The Golden Lady

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The Golden Lady
The Golden Lady film poster.jpg
movie poster
Directed by José Ramón Larraz
Produced by Keith Cavele
Paul Cowan
Joshua Sinclair
Written by Joshua Sinclair
Starring Christina World
Suzanne Danielle
Stephan Chase
Patrick Newell
Desmond Llewelyn
Music by Georges Garvarentz
Cinematography David Griffiths
Distributed by Target (UK, theatrical)
Group 1 (USA, theatrical)
Release dates 1979
Running time 91 min
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The Golden Lady is a 1979 British thriller film directed by José Ramón Larraz and starring Christina World, Desmond Llewelyn, Suzanne Danielle and June Chadwick.[1]

Plot[edit]

Julie Hemingway, a British female mercenary, is hired by wealthy businessman Charlie Whitlock in order to help him eliminate the competition on the purchase of some oil fields in Saudi Arabia. Hemingway coordinates a team of sexy women to go undercover to complete the task, but is unaware that Whitlock plans on double crossing her so he won't have to pay for her services.[2]

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The music for the film was composed by Georges Garvarentz. The theme song to the film, "The Golden Lady", was performed by The Three Degrees, and was co-written by Garvarentz with lead vocalist Sheila Ferguson. It was released as a single and peaked at #56 on the UK Singles Chart in June 1979.

References[edit]

  1. ^ BFI (The Golden Lady)
  2. ^ "THE GOLDEN LADY (1979)". Video Junkie. 2012-05-10. 

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