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With These Hands... (1972)

Clinic Exclusive (original title)
Homosexual and heterosexual adventures in a so-called clinic.

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(screenplay) (co-writer) (as Elton Hawke), (screenplay) (co-writer) (as Elton Hawke)
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Georgina Ward ...
Julie Mason
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Lee Maitland (as Alex Davion)
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Ann
Mike Lewin ...
Roger Dawes
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Elsa Farson
Vincent Ball ...
Bernard Wilcox
Basil Moss ...
Philip Eveleigh
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Police Inspector
Geoffrey Morris ...
Sir Roderick Clyde
Maria Coyne ...
Marilyn
April Olrich ...
Paula
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Geoffrey Carter
John Joyce ...
Barman
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Mr. Fawcett
Mike Hunt ...
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Homosexual and heterosexual adventures in a so-called clinic.

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30 March 1972 (West Germany)  »

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Sex Clinic  »

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Referenced in Lo verde empieza en los Pirineos (1973) See more »

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Tightly plotted, but it becomes a chore
13 September 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

SEX CLINIC offers something a little different from your usual British sexploitation movie, although that doesn't make it good. In fact it tells a somewhat tight and inventive storyline about a scheming antagonist who has all of the men (and women) in her life wrapped around her little figure. Said figure is played by the attractive Georgina Ward, who runs a kind of spa/clinic where all kinds of sexual shenanigans are going on. Co-writer Hazel Adair also wrote KEEP IT UP DOWNSTAIRS but is chiefly known for writing the long-running soap CROSSROADS, and SEX CLINIC feels like nothing more than a soap with extra sex and sauce.

Much of the running time seems concerned with Ward's efforts to seduce those around her for profit, so there are a lot of softcore fumblings. Ward certainly isn't a shy actress and seems to spend half of the running time naked. The rest of the film is a bit of a mess, with familiar faces popping up but an overall vignette style to the narrative which eventually begins to drag in the second half. Bizarrely, this is a film which was directed by Don Chaffey, who once helmed the great JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS but must have fallen on hard times. Peter Halliday and Windsor Davies have small parts (fnar fnar) and there's the unforgettable and frankly unwanted chance to see Carmen Silvera, Rene's wife in 'ALLO 'ALLO, naked.


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