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Does exactly what it says on the box.,
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This review is from: Confessions (Confessions of a Window Cleaner / Confessions of a Driving Instructor / Confessions from a Holiday Camp / Confessions of a Pop Performer) [DVD] (DVD)
Let's be honest these were a product of their times.
Robin Askwith WAS Timmy Lea, a cheeky chap with an eye for the birds, it has to be seen in the light of the 1970's when sex was seen as a bit of a larf.
The movies are self explanatory, Timmy starts a new job with his brother-in-law Sid Noggett, chaos ensues and women start to lose their clothing as Timmy gets another notch on his bedpost. It is harmless knockabout stuff full of knock-knock style jokes that have long past their time.
They are the cinema equivalent of naughty sea-side postcards.
Watch Jill Gascoine, Linda Bellingham, and many others who did not quite reach household fame disrobe in a series of nudge-nudge,wink-wink episodes.
It's not PC these days to like these movies. I saw them when they were first released and appreciate them better for that.
They deserve a new audience as both a historic movie novelty and as good fun.
Warning - not to be watched by anyone who thinks My Family is risque.