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The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill (1966)

Kissy Hill, the daughter of a notorious madam in 19th Century London, follows in her late mother's footsteps with prositution in catering to various upper class gentlemen.

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Complete credited cast:
Stacey Walker ...
Miss Kissey Hill
William Rotsler ...
(as Shannon Carse)
Linda Cochran ...
Duchess of Roxbury (as Leigh Cochran)
Ora Kittle ...
Duke of Roxbury
Ginger Hale ...
Meg
Orlando Fenwick ...
Count de Sade
John Andrews ...
Peasant
Letitia Farrell ...
(as Lydia Farrell)
James Brand ...
The Orgymaster
Tony Sarcone ...
Sir Philip
Tom Duncan ...
Miss Hill's Lackey
Frank A. Coe
Bill Markey
Earl Marshall
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Miss Kissey Hill, daughter of now late notorious 19th century high-class prostitute Fanny Hill is walking in her mom's footsteps and has an even more notorious reputation. Supposedly, she can service any man under the table. The story focuses on one long and vary faithful day in her life, during which she receives various more or less perverted nobles, and occasionally the less noble, in her very stylish upper-class boudoir and salon and services them. Afterwards, she, with some difficulty, writes in her diary her opinion on them. Some of her clients on that day are a very old and horny aristocrat, light s&m-loving Count de Sade, an inexperienced but "talented" farm boy who just came to town, three young aristocrats who bring two more girls for an exhibitionist swinger party, and finally Duchess of Roxbury who visits Kissey as the night falls. Although at first it seems that she also just wants to be serviced, it soon becomes clear that, unfortunately, this was not her sole reason for... Written by Anonymous

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4 January 1966 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Producer David F. Friedman discovered lead actress Stacey Walker on a beach in Santa Monica, California. See more »

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The opening credits, rather than being printed on-screen, are spoken aloud by the cast; the credits begin with James Brand announcing the title, followed by each actor introducing themselves in turn. See more »

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I Love Love
Title Song
by Gene Kauer (as Gene Kaur), Douglas M. Lackey (as Doug Lackey), Patty Fisher
Sung by Marie Nelson
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A disappointing release from Something Weird Video
14 December 2003 | by (Dallas, Texas) – See all my reviews

I love Something Weird Video and its vast panoply of strangeness. That said, this DVD is not amongst their best. When I watch a movie that I know is bad, I want the sort of bad movie that my friends and I can sit and mercilessly heckle. And certainly this movie is very bad. The problem with "The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill" is that it is not quite bad enough. It is low budget, fairly tame, but moderately competent softcore semiporn. Skin flicks on Cinemax are racier than this dated outing. What this film really accomplishes is being really magnificently boring.

The second offering in the DVD, "The Head Mistress" is somewhat better at being bad to the point of funny, but still mostly manages to be exhaustively boring softcore. The DVD is also loaded with extras and the trailers here came the closest to making me feel like I didn't waste my money. But overall, I believe this DVD is not worth the effort. Instead pickup the endlessly entertaining "Beauties and Beasts" Box Set.


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