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Sue Longhurst

Sue Longhurst was born in 1943 in England. She is known for her work on The Over-Amorous Artist (1974), Girls Come First (1975) and Come Play with Me (1977). See full bio »

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Known For

The Over-Amorous Artist
(1974)
Girls Come First
Girls Come First Sue Street
(1975)
Come Play with Me
Come Play with Me Christina
(1977)
Keep It Up, Jack
Keep It Up, Jack Virginia
(1974)

Filmography

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 1979 Can I Come Too? (Short)
Vera Ball
 1977 Come Play with Me
Christina
 1976 Keep It Up Downstairs
Lady Cockshute
 1975 Girls Come First (Short)
Sue Street
 1975 A Man with a Maid
Alice Faversham
 1974 Can I Keep It Up for a Week?
Mrs. Bristol
 1974 Keep It Up, Jack
Virginia
 1974 The Over-Amorous Artist
Sue Street
 1973 Naughty Wives
Penny
 1972 The Fenn Street Gang (TV Series)
 1971 Lust for a Vampire
Schoolgirl
 1967 The Golden Shot (TV Series)
Hostess (1974)
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 1971 Straw Dogs (stunt double: Susan George - uncredited)
 1968 Assignment K (stunt double: Camilla Sparv - uncredited)
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 1995 Doing Rude Things (TV Special)
Herself
 1975 The Good Old Days (TV Series)
Herself - Assistant to Ray Alan
- Episode dated 14 February 1975 (1975) ... Herself - Assistant to Ray Alan

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In August 2001 she wrote the foreword to a book on the history of British sex films: 'Keeping the British End Up - Four Decades of Saucy Cinema', written by Simon Sheridan and published by Reynolds & Hearn of London. See more »

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