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Lola [1970]

Director:Richard Donner
Writer:Norman Thaddeus Vane
Composer:John Scott
Length:77 minutes
(1 hour 17 minutes)
MPAA Rating:UR
Sorting Category:Drama
IMDB Rating:5.2/10
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Synopsis: A middle aged writer of pornographic novels meets and falls in love with a sixteen year old school girl. This alone is cause for concern but when the couple get married and move to America, the trouble (and fun) really begins.

Reaction: A bit odd, but there are quite a few humorous moments.

Personal Rating: 5/10

Select Cast and Crew
Richard Donner => Director
Norman Thaddeus Vane => Writer
John Scott => Composer
Anthony Kemp => Peter
Charles Bronson => Scott Wardman
Honor Blackman => Mummy
Jack Hawkins => Judge Millington-Draper
Jill Ireland => Girl at airport (uncredited)
Jimmy Tarbuck => Norman Vaughan
Judith Furse => School Mistress
Kay Medford => Mrs. Wardman, Scott's mother
Leslie Schofield => Police Sergeant
Lionel Jeffries => Solicitor
Michael Craig => Daddy
Norman Vaughan => Jimmy Tarbuck
Orson Bean => Hal
Paul Ford => Mr. Wardman, Scott's father
Peggy Aitchison => Mrs. Finchley
Robert Morley => Judge Roxborough
Sue Lloyd => Ursula
Susan George => Sybil Londonderry / Twinky / Lola
Tony Arpino => New York Judge
Trevor Howard => Lola's grandfather

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Filmed in 1969, not released in the US until 1971.
  • In this film, the British comedian Jimmy Tarbuck plays a character called Norman Vaughan, and the British comedian Norman Vaughan plays a character named Jimmy Tarbuck.
  • According to an interview with Richard Donner, Donner was reportedly called by Charles Bronson if he wanted to direct the film, and was delivered a script, read it and thought it was interesting and eventually directed it. However, Donner felt he was still inexperience to direct a film nor did he did get along with Bronson at all, as they thought differently of how the film should have been like.