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For The First time on DVD
When three down-on-their-luck losers, Claire (Liza Minnelli), Kibby (Gene Hackman) and Walker (Burt Reynolds), come together in a Mexican border town to start a booze-running operation during the prohibition, egos, enemies and envy collide. But through some mysterious alchemy and a couple of gunfights, the three become immensely successful bootleggers and, even more surprising to them, a fully functioning menage a trois.
A throwback to the great screwball comedies of the 1930s, Lucky Lady was written by Willard Huyck & Gloria Katz (American Graffiti) and directed by the great Stanley Donen (Singin In The Rain).
Good laughs and typical roles for Hackman, Reynolds, etc. A bit cheesy at times.Published 2 months ago by William
Comedy and romance while having fun smuggling liquor into southern California when alcohol was prohibited in the US.Published 5 months ago by Eric
Great print of an "old" movie, a realy "corny" spoof of the 1920's. Long before computer enhancements, "behind the scenes" shows what the film crews had to... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nancy Granieri
A funny movie from a long time ago, but still is as funny as it was then. Liza still has one of the funniest lines I've heard in a movie.Published 11 months ago by Willliam
I remember when I first saw this on a VHS my grandfather had used to record it off the TV. Me and my brother were bored and had been looking for something entertaining to watch. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Flame Wolf