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British exploitation

Continental Film Review (1952 - 1983) was in the words of Moviemags.com a British film magazine which purported to be a somewhat serious film journal devoted to foreign films, but which in its later years focused rather more on pruriently on the scantily-clad and often nude young actresses which peopled films of the era.' [1]

It reported on such people as Mary Collinson, Madeleine Collinson, Heather Deeley and Mary Millington; films such as the Virgin Witch, Come Play With Me; it was similar to Cinema X.





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