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Not Tonight, Darling (1971)

| Drama | 1971 (UK)
A lonely 'Stay-at-Home' Housewife is being watched every night through the bathroom window by a 'Peeping Tom', who is being put up to it by his friend. She eventually finds out and gets her revenge on them.

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Luan Peters ...
Karen Williams
Vincent Ball ...
Alex
Jason Twelvetrees ...
John Williams
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Mr. Finlay
Bill Shine ...
Captain Harrison
Sean Barry-Weske ...
Eddie (as Sean Barry)
Nicki Howorth ...
Joan
Lance Barrett ...
Gary Williams
Fiona Richmond ...
Suzanne (as Amber Harrison)
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Ben
Carole Catkin ...
Jill
The Tiffany Sisters ...
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John Gillett ...
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David Nimmo ...
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Victor Schonfiel ...
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A lonely 'Stay-at-Home' Housewife is being watched every night through the bathroom window by a 'Peeping Tom', who is being put up to it by his friend. She eventually finds out and gets her revenge on them.

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| (cut for 'X' certificate)

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No sex please - we're British!
3 October 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

The demise of the British theatrical feature of the end of the sixties, along with the proliferation of sex cinemas, tempted a number of fringe operators into the production of Girlie Movies.

This one looks quite handsome, with established director of photography Waxman (Waterfront, I Thank A Fool) on board, as a favor to the then young crew. By the standards which must apply, it met the needs. The women are presentable. The dialogue is audible and the plot can be followed without any effort - enough for the demands of the British skin flic.

The real action had already moved on to TV where the technical standards left much to be desired but talent and ideas were showcased. These films proved a dead end.


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