Lunch Wagon

Lunch Wagon (also known as Lunch Wagon Girls) is a 1981 sex comedy starring Pamela Jean Bryant, Rosanne Katon, and Candy Moore. The film was directed by Ernest Pintoff and written by Marshall Harvey and Leon Phillips.

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Lunch Wagon - Synopsis
... Three women start a lunch wagon business, but run into resistance from their competitor Mr ... While Schmeckler busies himself trying to sabotage their wagon, the women are busy falling in love with construction workers and rock stars ...
Louis' Lunch - History
... Louis Lassen, a butter dealer, operated a lunch wagon on Meadow Street as early as 1895 and served steak and ground steak hamburger sandwiches, made from scrap trimmings, to local factory workers ... one day in 1900 a local businessman dashed into the small New Haven lunch wagon and pleaded for a lunch to go ... After a decade there, he left his lunch wagon for a square-shaped little brick building that had once been a tannery ...

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