The Pete Walker Sexploitation Collection 1979 Blu-ray / Deluxe Edition Box Set

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Four British sex comedies directed by Pete Walker. In 'For Men Only' (1967), after his girlfriend voices concern over his job, Freddie Horne (David Kernan) leaves his post at a women's fashion magazine in London to take up employment with the Puritan Magazine Group, a small publisher that specialises in moral reform and traditional values. But Freddie soon discovers the chief executive Miles Fanthorpe (Derek Aylward) is not at all what he seems when he is invited back to his country mansion and a secret publication is revealed. In 'School for Sex' (1969) Aylward stars as Giles Wingate, a divorcee who opens a school teaching young women how to rip-off wealthy men in return for a share of their takings. Along with his high society recruits, the alcoholic Countess of Burwash (Rose Alba) and Londoner Hector (Nosher Powell), Lord Wingate sets about educating his first batch of pupils who arrive straight from Holloway Prison. In 'Cool It, Carol!' (1970) Joe Sickles (Robin Askwith) and Carol Thatcher (Janet Lynn) are an eager young couple who move to London to seek their fortune, he as a delivery boy, she as a model. But the big city can be cruel to the unsuspecting and, following a run of bad luck, Joe encourages Carol to seek work as a prostitute. After this, it is not long before the disillusioned teenagers begin acting in adult films. Finally, in 'Home Before Midnight' (1979) rock star Mike Beresford (James Aubrey) becomes romantically involved with a young girl, initially unaware that she is only 14-years-old. When he finds out the truth, he carries on the relationship regardless. When the girl's parents find out the nature of the relationship, however, Beresford finds himself in legal trouble.