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Bachoo Sen (1934-2002) was a producer of British sex films of the sexploitation variety, such as Erotic Inferno. Calcutta-born Sen was also the owner of the Astral Cinema in Brewer Street. He worked with Norman J. Warren.

Cinema X, a magazine dedicated to British sex films, supported Bachoo Sen's films, giving Sen’s production Loving Feeling their first issue’s cover.

A 1975 edition of the BBC programme Man Alive, dealing with sexploitation films, interviewed Pete Walker, Bachoo Sen and Kent Walton.




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