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A typical effort from Arnold Miller.As usual the title,advertising and trailer hint at a lot more than is actually in the film.The film is a pot pourri of unrelated items.It starts off with women going to a gym,a man having his bald head repaired,a visit to a pub restaurant,a Cypriot social evening,a belly dancer,a Jewish amateur dramatic society,and of course semi naked women sitting still posing.There is quite a lot of music and I would add that it is totally unerotic.This film would have been shown at the Compton cinemas,most of which were in London's west end.One can only guess what the punters would have made of it.On the disc released by the BFI there are a number of extras including 25 minute short Strippers,which really takes you behind the scenes at a strip club of the period.
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