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"It's worth speculating on the influence [on Naughty!] of Stephen Marcus's The Other Victorians on the film's Victorian sections. Marcus's book had been available in paperback since 1969 and highlighted as an important book by Nova. [...] It draws on some of Marcus's cast of characters - Henry Ashbee's extensive porn collection, the dubious dealings of John Hotten, Henry Hayler's 'dirty pictures'. [...] It demonstrates a comparable accumulation of primary material -'primitive' silent porn, the diverse material at the Amsterdam 'Wet Dream' Film Festival, footage of John Lindsay shooting hardcore in a suburban front room, explaining the 'come shot' to his leading man." --British Low Culture: From Safari Suits to Sexploitation (1998) by Leon Hunt

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Popular culture of the United Kingdom has impacted upon the world in the form of the British invasion, Britpop and British television broadcasting. British literature and British poetry, particularly that of William Shakespeare, is revered across the world.

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British low culture

British low culture or British exploitation is exploitation culture from Great Britain.

1950s

Hank Janson Google Gallery and Reginald Heade Google gallery are two examples of 1950s British exploitation culture well documented by Steve Holland.

Smut and innuendo in British culture

Smut and innuendo with sexual and scatological themes, typified by:

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