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Elmore Leonard's Gold Coast


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Crime thriller. A reformed crook, now working as a dolphin trainer, is attracted to the widow of a Mafia boss living in Florida. He concocts a complicated scheme to try and free her from the restrictions of her late husband's will, which prevent her getting involved with other men.
Director Peter Weller (1997, 18) (S)
Films: pp 72-75 ***
Followed by Weathervlew (W)


Director: Peter Weller
Karen DiCilia: Marg Helgenberger
Maguire: David Caruso
Roland Crowe: Jeff Kober
Ed Grossi: Barry Primus
Vivian Arzola: Wanda Dejesus
Frank DiCilia: Richard Bradford
Jesus Diaz: Rafael Baez
Martha Diaz: Melissa Ramone

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Elmore Leonard's Gold Coast

BBC One London, 17 October 2000 23.25

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