Overview

Millionairess actress-singer Marie Coleby (Deborah Couls) lives in a luxurious villa on a deserted beach. One afternoon following a TV commercial shoot at the villa she incites gardener Gordon Mason (Chard Hayward) to mayhem and murder. The unexpected arrival of Marie's sister Jenny Nolan (Louise Howitt) hinders Mason's attempts to dispose of the body. He then decides to kill Jenny. But she is equally determined to stay alive ... so begins a battle of wits. Jenny's salvation seems at hand when two security men arrive at the villa, but only one, Officer Collings (Roger Ward) survives the initial siege. Then Jenny is alone to face Mason for the final time ...

  1. Terry Bourke

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Chard Hayward

    Jenny Nolan

  2. Roger Ward

    Roger Ward

    Officer Clyde Collings

  3. Deborah Coulls

    Marie Coleby

  4. Louise Howitt

    Louise Howitt

    Jenny Nolan

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Lady Stay Dead
Lady Stay Dead

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Status Released

Release Information

  • September 10, 1981
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 32m

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