Mugsy's Girls

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Mugsy's Girls (also known as Delta Pi) is a 1984 film starring pop singer Laura Branigan and Ruth Gordon about a sorority that travels to Las Vegas to enter a mud wrestling competition in order to raise the money to save their house. The film was released theatrically in 1985.[1]

This is one of Gordon's final films (along with the three other films she made around this time that were released posthumously). She plays the sorority house-mother who ends up wrestling at the end. The film also features genre stars Eddie Deezen and Kristi Somers. Although Laura Branigan was quite famous as a singer by the time the filming began, she contributed no music to the film; most songs were performed by fellow cast member Joanna Dierck, who at one point was married to the film's writer and director Kevin Brodie.

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  1. ^ SEAVOR, JIM. "In Gordon's last movie, she's covered with mud." Providence Journal (RI), ALL ed., sec. ACCENT, 14 Sept. 1985, pp. A-10. NewsBank, infoweb.newsbank.com/apps/news/document-view?p=AWNB&docref=news/1525BE0213182348. Accessed 12 Mar. 2019.

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