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West End Jungle (1961)

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(as Arnold Louis Miller)
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David Gell ...
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Heather Russell ...
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Tom Bowman ...
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Terry James
Peter Baker
Andrea Lawrence ...
(as Andria Lawrence)
Dennis Cleary
David Grey
Marcel de Villiers ...
(as Marcel DeVillier)
Margaret Trace ...
(as Margaet Trace)
George McGrath
Mavis Hoffman
Pamela Rees
Roy Denton
Laurence Hepworth ...
(as Lawrence Hepworth)
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The sex-film that London Banned! Made in the actual places of vice!

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January 1962 (USA)  »

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Die Dirnen von London - Ein Tatsachenbericht  »

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All the incidents in the film were staged. The "prostitutes" were in fact au pairs recruited from nearby coffee bars, and their "clients" were played by friends of the crew. See more »

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Shcking expose of 1950's London sex trade
12 April 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Seamy or at least black and white expose of 1950's London's sex trade in all its guises. Using actors and clearly of the period, this reveals and condemns all the tricks of the trade, from call girls to clip joints and high massage parlours to low class walk ups. It's hard to know which are less appealing: the deluded and self-deluded and desperate punters or the calculating and equally desperate working girls. The film condemns them equally, while revealing in details the titillation and barely legal disrobing designed to arouse man's baser desires. With a voice-over straight from the Department of Public Morals, and fascinating glimpses of a period long ago, this has something for everyone. Huge potential for unintentional humour and entirely convincing as to the facts of the case.


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