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Lovebox (1972)

The Love Box (original title)
| 1983 (USA)

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(as Teddy White), (as Billy White)

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(as Teddy White), (as Billy White)
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Cast

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Chris Williams ...
Tris Patterson (segment "The Office" & "The Love Park")
Alison King ...
Margery Nicholls (The Office & Charles and Margery)
Simon Legree ...
Rod (segment "The Office" & "New Colours")
Maureen Flanagan ...
Helen (The Office)
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Mrs. Simpson (The Virgin Boy)
Paul Aston ...
Peter (The Virgin Boy)
Christine Bradwell ...
Miss Harvey (The Virgin Boy)
Lisbeth Lindeborg ...
Blonde Kitten (The Sex Kittens) (as Lizbeth Lindeborg)
Minerva Smith ...
Brunette Kitten (segment "The Sex Kittens")
Jon Mattocks ...
Tom Cat (The Sex Kittens)
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Fran (The Young Wives)
Rose Burton ...
Shirley (The Young Wives) (as Rosemary Burdon)
Lita Petrou ...
Hilda (The Young Wives)
Julia Breck ...
Doreen (The Young Wives)
Anthony Bailey ...
Male prostitute (The Young Wives)
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Soundtracks

Looking for Love
Music by Michael Vickers (as Mike Vickers)
Lyrics by Wilbur Stark (as Billy White) and Tudor Gates (as Teddy White)
Performed by Michael Vickers (as Mike Vickers)
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The British sexploitation genre in a nutshell
16 September 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Another lame British sexploitation film from Tudor Gates (I previously endured his INTIMATE GAMES). This is the guy who scripted Hammer's rather fine female vampire trilogy before moving on into the murky waters of the British sexploitation film genre. As ever, THE LOVE BOX is mainly a curiosity piece for those who want to explore outrageous fashions, very little in the way of narrative, zero characterisation, and ample nudity from various uninhibited starlets.

The plot, if it can be accurately described as such, involved the classified ads column of a magazine which is used for all manner of sexual shenanigans. The film subsequently follows the accepted vignette format of the genre, with various 'square' guys hitting it off with nubile women. The starlets in this one are particularly attractive - some of them eye-poppingly so - but the material is resolutely below par and barrel-scraping stuff. Once again the old 'wife swapping' situation is played out for some extra bizarre laughs here. It's not good.


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