Sunday, August 21, 2011

90'S FOCUS : SWEET DECEPTION ... 1998 ..

REGENT ENTERTAINMENT
Presents
A SHAVICK ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTION
In Association with THE FAMILY CHANNEL
SWEET DECEPTION 
Starring
JOANNA PACULA as Risa Gallagher
JACK SCALIA as Brett Newcomb
KATE JACKSON as Kit Gallagher
JOAN COLLINS as Ariana Stanton
ROB STEWART as Mallary
TANJA REICHERT as Jodi Gallagher
SHARON SCOTT as Devon Peterson
LISA SCHRAGE as Eva Newcomb

JOAN AS ARIANA PROVES BLONDES DON'T ALWAYS HAVE MORE FUN!
Director of Photography - Les Erskine
  Art Director - Kelvin Humenny
    Music by Ken Williams
      Screenplay by Joelle Harris
         Assistant Director - Sandra Mayo
            Edited by Stephen R Myers
               Produced by James Shavick
                  Directed by Timothy Bond

KATE JACKSON (KIT) GATE CRASHES JACK SCALIA (BRETT) DINNER PARTY,
Framed and convicted for the murder of her wealthy husband, Risa must prove her innocence.. Escaping from custody, she vows to clear her name, with help of her mother, Ariana. She soon discovers her late husband was not the man she loved and trusted. The truth can be deadly.. Where lies can form a Sweet Deception!
 (c) 1998 Regent Entertainment / Family Channel  89mins  colour
RISA (JOANNA PACULA) ESCAPES CUSTODY TO SECURE HER FREEDOM
 This cable movie made in association with The Family Channel, features a cast of popular faces and is an entertaining thriller. Joan only appears in a couple of scenes and was not impressed with the final cut as most of her scenes had been cut as was Kate Jackson's. Joan plays an interesting character as she dons a blonde wig and plays a wheelchair bound beautician, mother to Joanna Pacula's character, Risa. There is little background available on the film, Joan accepted the role as she previously appeared in 'Hart To Hart in Three Quarter Time', which was also produced for The Family Channel.


ARIANA SETS THE WHEELS IN  MOTION TO CLEAR HER DAUGHTERS NAME!
The film has been screened on tv and only available on video in Australia and some European countries, it has yet to turn up on dvd.
AUSTRALIAN VIDEO SLEEVE
Well worth a look for it's relaiable cast and to see Joan playing against type....

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