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Confessions From The David Glaxy Affair / Queen Of The Blues Digitally ed [1979] [2010]

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Meanwhile, Steve has set David up with Millie, a posh girl about town, and arranged an underground gambling syndicate. First released at the Eros cinema on Piccadilly Circus in June 1979, this saucy sex comedy follows in the footsteps of Come Play with Me and The Playbirds. His glamorous conquests include a high society debutante (sex superstar Mary Millington) and a busty beauty queen (real-life Miss Bournemouth Rosemary England), but he soon finds himself on the wrong side of the law and not even his own horoscope can predict the future! He’s engaged in an affair with a female MP, has several girlfriends; plus other business interests including a beauty pageant (with perks, naturally!

The film was financed by businessman David Sullivan to promote the career of Millington, who was his girlfriend at the time. Read all Playboy David Galaxy is a suspect in a robbery case and needs an alibi, and the only credible witness to his innocence won't help. The long, drawn-out plot fails to hold the attention and Lake's performance, as sex-obsessed astrologer David Galaxy, is annoying and virtually unwatchable, (why any woman would fall for his hackneyed chat-up lines is anyone's guess). The movie provides a nostalgic look back at the late 70s era, capturing the fashion, dialogue, and society of the time.First released at the Eros cinema on Piccadilly Circus in June 1979, this saucy sex comedy follows in the footsteps of Come Play With Me and The Playbirds and features a supporting cast of classic British actors. Husband and wife acting team Alan Lake and Diana Dors sink to the lowest point of their respective careers in this tedious British sex comedy. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. The movie's one saving grace is a brief turn fom 70's sex bomb Mary Millington, playing one of Galaxy's numerous sexual 'conquests'.

Spending much of his time gambling, drinking, and arranging dubious set-ups with his best friend Steve, he’s aghast to find a Chief Inspector from the Metropolitan Police at his penthouse flat door one afternoon, enquiring as to his whereabouts some five years previously.You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. Anyway, the film concerns someone who is not a very nice person being pursued by a couple of London's finest, all the while having the ability to bed some of the sexiest dolly-birds of the time. The film is infused with an offbeat, unconventional humour, presenting a quirky storyline involving astrology, law, robbery and murder. The girls shed their clothes but I suppose this was more to get backsides on seats rather than driving the plot.

Playboy David Galaxy has to prove himself against both the law and "the only woman in the world who's never had an orgasm".By joining TV Guide, you agree to our Terms of Use and acknowledge the data practices in our Privacy Policy. The film was Sullivan's first box-office flop, being released at a period when soft porn theatrical films were losing their popularity in Britain. Featuring a supporting cast of classic British actors including Bernie Winters, Anthony Booth, Kenny Lynch and the legendary Diana Dors.

Stars: Mary Millington; Alan Lake; Glynn Edwards; Diana Dors; Bernie Winters; Anthony Booth; Kenny Lynch; Rosemary England; John Moulder-Brown; Alec Mango; Queenie Watts; Milton Reid; Sally Faulkner; Ballard Berkeley; Lindy Benson; and more. Alan Lake is David Galaxy, the playboy astrologer who beds beautiful young women as easily as he reads fortunes. The Monthly Film Bulletin wrote: "With its barely identifiable semblance of plot, a level of comic invention exemplified by having the hero interrupt his love-making by breaking wind, and a dramatic context that amounts to little but the endless offering and pouring of drinks, this erotic 'thriller' proves squalidly unwatchable. Playboy David Galaxy is a suspect in a robbery case and needs an alibi, and the only credible witness to his innocence won't help. His glamorous conquests include a high society debutante, (sex superstar Mary Millington); and a beauty queen, (‘Miss Bournemouth’ Rosemary England); but he soon finds himself on the wrong side of the law.Strangely, my first review of this film was deleted soon after it was posted so this is my second attempt. Bonus Features include Queen of the Blues (1979 62 Mins), Stills Gallery, Mary Millington Short Film and Booklet Notes.

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