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Any fan of British humour would know of Spike Milligan. He died in 2002 but left a long legacy of very funny books, radio shows (including the famous The Goon Show), TV shows and theatrical plays. One TV series was Q and the six seasons were called Q5, Q6, Q7, Q8, Q9 and There's a Lot of It About. Essentially, it was a sketch show in front of a live audience. These caps finish off the show and are from Q7, Q8 and Q9. (Not much of Q5 still exists. Wikipedia has an excellent article explaining the place of Q in the history of British comedy.)
Q9 Episode 1
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Among my recent efforts, the name most familiar to the readers of the Funhouse will be Edwige Fenech. She has several dozen films to her credit through the late 60's and the 70's, from every genre you can imagine. There are two very good reasons for her enduring popularity. Even if her face had been less beguiling - attractive enough to be in the movies, but closer to the norm... let's say Helen Hunt - she would have been extremely popular for her other features. And even if her figure were less beguiling - attractive but closer to the norm... again, let's say Helen Hunt - she would have been extremely popular for her face. The combination was once in a generation.
Madame Bovary was one of her earliest appearances (age 19).
La patata bollente1979
La patata bollente came along a decade later. This one comes with a standard definition film clip.
Imogen Waterhouse film clip (collages below)
Hay film clip (collages below)
Kern in St. Agatha (2018) in 1080hd
Lamolli in Bosch (s2e1, 2016) in 1080hd
Mendes in Riverdale (s2e1, 2016) in 720p
Juliette Kida in Day 5 (s2e4)
Kelsey Pribilski and Natasha Aldridge in Day (s1e1)
Paz de la Huerta