She's determined to take nothing less than everything Hollywood has to offer.
Golden Globe winner Pia Zadora* burns up the screen in The Lonely Lady, the sizzling 1983 adaptation of the bestselling novel by Harold Robbins.
Jerilee Randall (Zadora) is a beautiful, idealistic, and talented writer with ambitions of making it big as a screenwriter. But as she makes her way up the Hollywood food chain, she discovers that underneath the movie business' glittering façade is a whirlwind of drugs, depravity, and broken dreams. Struggling to hold onto all she holds dear, she soon descends into a desperate battle to maintain her own sanity.
Also starring Lloyd Bochner, Bibi Besch, and Ray Liotta, The Lonely Lady is a tawdry and tantalizing tale of glamour, betrayal, and passion.
*New Star Of The Year, Butterfly (1981)
- NEW High-Definition Film Transfer Taken From The Interpositive Presented In Its Original Theatrical 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio
- NEW Interview With Actress Pia Zadora
- Network Television Broadcast Version Of The Film Featuring Alternative Scenes (1:33:1 Aspect Ratio, Standard Definition)
- Original Theatrical Trailer And TV Spot
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The Lonely Lady
|Robert R. Weston||Producer|