Blonde Fist 1991


Directed by Frank Clarke. With Margi Clarke, Carroll Baker, Ken Hutchison, Sharon Power. A woman attempts to escape her domestic problems by fleeing to . Blonde Fist () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Blonde Fist (or Blond Fist), is a film starring Margi Clarke as the protagonist Ronnie O'Dowd, who finds female boxing as an alternative to her domestic.

A woman attempts to escape her domestic problems by fleeing to New York in search of her father. The story of working-class Liverpudlian mother Ronnie O'Dowd, whose adventures lead her to box for a living in New York. Buy Blonde Fist [DVD] [] from Amazon's Movies Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

A pugnacious but misbegotten celebration of working-class values, Clarke's directorial debut (he wrote Letter to Brezhnev) is a sad disappointment. Ronnie.

A woman attempts to escape her domestic problems by fleeing to New York in search of her father. She finds him, and also new problems, some friendship.

Blonde Fist (). "What're you gonna do for a face when Jabba the Hut wants his arse back?" Kirkby housewife Ronnie O'Dowd is the kind of. A working-class mother travels to America to retrieve her long-departed father and works as a boxer to earn enough money to return to Liverpool. BLONDE FIST () **PREMIERE** #MargiClarke #CarrollBaker # KenHutchinson A Liverpudlian mother flees her domestic life to find her father and.

Read the Empire review of Blonde Fist. 10 Sep ; Certificate Machine, but Blonde Fist still stumbles around its promising subject matter.

Blonde Fist *** (, Margi Clarke, Carroll Baker, Ken Hutchison, Sharon Power ) – Classic Movie Review Writer-director Frank Clarke's.

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Blonde Fist () review. Director: Frank Clarke. Starring: Margi Clarke, Carroll Baker, Ken Hutchison, Sharon Power, Angela Clarke, Lewis Bester, Gary.

Release date, United Kingdom Nov 01, Canada Sep 10, Country, UK. Language, English. Runtime, min. Rated, Not rated.

Blonde Fist () Movie Script. Read the Blonde Fist full movie script online. SS is dedicated to The Simpsons and host to thousands of free TV show episode. Ronnie (Margi Clarke), daughter of a bare knuckle fighter, is not averse to using her fists. When she is put in jail for assault, she escapes and goes to find her. Blonde Fist. Blonde Fist. Frank Clarke (). 98min. 15 Certificate. ADVERTISEMENT. Review. Our Score. by Peter Freedman. Real-life brother and sister.

Blonde Fist () Margi Clarke,Carroll Baker A woman attempts to escape her domestic problems In Liverpool by fleeing to New York in search of her father. 'BLONDE FIST?' I was hoping this was a porno when I popped it in the machine . Nothing like a good porno at the end of the day with a nice. Blonde Fist (). A Liverpool mother (Margi Clarke) flees to New York, where an ex-stripper (Carroll Baker) manages her career as a boxer. Release Date.

Blonde Fist. ; US; 1h 42min; Directed by: Frank Clarke; Cast: Margi Clarke, Carroll Baker, Ken Hutchison. A woman escapes her problematic and.

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Find great deals for Blonde Fist (DVD, ). Shop with of 2; Picture 2 of 2. Margi Clarke Blonde Fist British Female Boxer Cult Classic UK Blu-ray BNIB. UK Freeview TV Listings for Blonde Fist (). Drama. Director: Frank Clarke. Stars Margi Clarke, Carroll Baker, Ken Hutchison & Angela Clarke. Ronnie. Find trailers, reviews, synopsis, awards and cast information for Blonde Fist ( ) - Frank Clarke on AllMovie - The title may be Blonde Fist, but that doesn't.

BLONDE FIST (). Type Feature. Approx. Running minutes Release dates 01/07/ BBFCInsight Contains strong language. Blonde Fist Poster. Quirky Poster for this British comedy with a boxing theme. Price: £ Film Category: Comedy / Sports Director: Frank Clarke. No wonder the British film industry was on the ropes in the early Nineties if this inane comedy, which sets out to emulate the harmless fun of the classic Ealing.

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