Bring Me the Head of Mavis Davis
Bring Me the Head of Mavis Davis is a British comedy film directed by John Henderson, originally released in 1997. The film stars Rik Mayall, Jane Horrocks, Danny Aiello and Ross Boatman. The title and plot reference Peckinpah's Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia. It was entered into the 20th Moscow International Film Festival.
|Bring Me the Head of Mavis Davis|
UK DVD cover
|Directed by||John Henderson|
|Produced by||Stephen Colegrave |
David M. Thompson
|Written by||Joanne Reay (story), Craig Strachan (screenplay)|
|Starring||Rik Mayall |
|Music by||Christopher Tyng|
|Edited by||Paul Endacott|
Record-company owner Marty Starr (Rik Mayall) concludes that Marla Dorland, aka Mavis Davis (Jane Horrocks) is a fading star. Meanwhile, he has to meet alimony payments to his ex (Jaclyn Mendoza), while he's forced to promote the untalented son of a mobster, Rathbone (Danny Aiello). To get out from under, Marty decides that the death of Marla/Mavis could jolt record sales by turning her into a legend. He hires hitman Clint (Marc Warren), but eliminating Mavis turns out to be more difficult than they thought.
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