• * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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Cutter's Way


Lisa Eichhorn 1080p clip (1920x1080)

For the next few contributions I thought I would head to Great Britain. First up, British movies of the 60s and 70s. This was an interesting time in British movies nudity-wise, as you can see from the movies below. Producers such as George Harrison Marks and Stanley Long were continually pushing the boundaries of nudity. There wasn't much in the way of story, just enough to allow there to be plenty of naked women, many of whom also posed in the girly magazines of the time. Possibly the most famous of these women was Mary Millington who, unfortunately, killed herself in 1979. Her fame was such that they made at least two movies using archive footage for a couple of years after her death. These will be in the next contribution, a fortnight hence.

Today: part 3 of 5 this weekend

All the Way Up

The nudity in All the Way Up (1970) is by Janet Montana, who plays a stripper.

 The other women are partially dressed: Adrienne Posta,

Elaine Taylor,

Vanessa Howard


There's a bit of nudity in the Alfred Hitchcock movie Frenzy (1972). The nudity on display by Anna Massey

and Barbara Leigh-Hunt

is by body doubles.

A couple of victims are also naked.

Poor Cow

Some nice sexy nudity in Poor Cow (1967). Carol White shows her breasts,

Kate Williams shows some side-boob

and Queenie Watts is in her underwear.

Take Off Your Clothes and Live

Take Off Your Clothes and Live (1963) is another low quality nudist film but all the actresses manage to hide their bushes.

I was only able to identify two 'actresses', Maureen Hayden

and Ulla Thoren.

There are a lot of other almost-naked women who weren't identified.

The Great British Body

This was just another excuse for Brits to get their clobber off, along with the presenters Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine.

Woodall in episode 2

Woodall and Constantine in episode 3

Carne de Neon


Carne de Neón is a comic thriller set in the underworld that follows Ricky (Mario Casas), a young man who has been brought up on the streets after his prostitute mother was jailed. Now, she is about to be released and Ricky would like to see her dream of a club/brothel named Hiroshima realised so that she can live comfortably. With the help (and against the word) of his pimp friend Angelito and bodyguard El Niño, they get some girls and start a brothel. This attracts the attention of local mobster Chino, in which nothing gets done without his cut, so he kidnaps Ricky and tells him he'll let him off if he pays half of the profit to him and kidnaps the daughter (Blanca Suárez) of a cop who was involved in killing Chino's son. This is going to get ugly and good luck surviving the mess. Ultraviolent and quite nasty film that at one time can be funny, but also has the propensity to be very ugly. It's hard to make laughs out of sex trafficking and baby broking and there's some, but it feels a bit off to honest. But, I like Blanca and love that she's becoming the next go-to girl for Pedro Almodovar. Also, Macarena is always a gas in everything she's in, check out Sexykiller, Morirás Por Ella, El Calentito and Dagon to see what I mean.

(samples or collages underneath each 1080hd film link)

Agatha Fresco

Florencia Limonoff

Macarena Gomez

Maria Zamarbide, Andrea Carballo, Hsin-Lan Chang

Vanessa Oliviera

Film/TV Clips

Momo Juniper Hurley in About Cherry (2012) in 720p

Diane Farr and Rollergirl, also in About Cherry (Heather not nekkid, alas)

Ashley Hinshaw, the star of About Cherry

Tuppence Middleton in Cleanskin (2012) again, this time in 1080p

Olivia Andrup in Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy (2011)

Jennifer Blanc in The Victim (2011)

Gillian Anderson in Straightheads (2007) in 1080p (part 1, part 2)

Edwige Fenech in Cattivi Pensieri (1976)


One more of Alicia Witt in Joint Body (2011)

Vanessa Incontrada in Quale amore (2006)