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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


"We practice tokenism".--Al Goldstein cited in Naughty! (1971), 14:12

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Naughty! A Report on Pornography and Erotica (1971) is a film by Stanley Long, interesting for its report of the Wet Dream Film Festival (1970) in Amsterdam.

The film attempts to give a history of erotica and pornography, spiced with sex scenes, both in Victorian England and in contemporary England.

The film begins with a 19th century scene in which a man reads from Song of Solomon 7:8 but skips the naughty bits.

It then switches to Horace, an average frustrated chump who roams the sex shops in the Piccadilly Circus neighborhood.

It then switches to a report of the first Wet Dream Film Festival and attempts to give a history of erotica, spiced with sex scenes.

It ends with a couple who act in blue movies because it spices up their sex life and an interview with the dominatrix Monique von Cleef.

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Cast

Chris Lethbridge-Baker Chris Lethbridge-Baker ... Horace Lee Donald Lee Donald ... Victorian Papa Brenda Peters Brenda Peters ... Victorian Mama Nina Francis Nina Francis ... Daughter Shane Raggett Shane Raggett ... Son Lois Penson Lois Penson ... Maiden Aunt Deborah Fairbridge Deborah Fairbridge ... Younger Daughter Arthur Skinner Arthur Skinner ... Doctor Rosalie Westwater Rosalie Westwater ... Lady in Museum Frederick Wolfe Frederick Wolfe ... Doctor Jane Cardew Jane Cardew ... Papa's Mistress Bill Ward Bill Ward ... Street Hawker Declan Mulholland Declan Mulholland ... Policeman Hamish Roughead Hamish Roughead ... Gentleman Jim O'Connor Jim O'Connor ... Henry Spencer Ashbee Derek Glynne-Percy Derek Glynne-Percy ... John Hotten Olive McFarland Olive McFarland ... Mary Wilson David Grey David Grey ... Mr. Henry Hayler Vivienne Carmichael Vivienne Carmichael ... Mrs. Henry Hayler Yvonne Paul Yvonne Paul ... Victorian Prostitute Heather Chasen Heather Chasen ... Victorian Madame Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Lucienne Camille Lucienne Camille ... Self (uncredited) Al Goldstein Al Goldstein ... Self (uncredited) Germaine Greer Germaine Greer ... Self (uncredited) Jim Haynes Jim Haynes ... Self (uncredited) John Lindsay John Lindsay ... Self (uncredited) Richard Neville Richard Neville ... Self (uncredited) Monique Von Cleef Monique Von Cleef ... Self (uncredited)

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