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Commuter Husbands

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Commuter Husbands
Commuterhusbands.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byDerek Ford
Written byDerek Ford
Produced byMorton Lewis
StarringGabrielle Drake
Robin Bailey
Heather Chasen
Robin Culver
Brenda Peters
CinematographyMorton Lewis
Roy Pointer
Edited byRoy Deverell
Music byTerry Warr
Distributed byScotia International
Release date
  • 1972 (1972)
Running time
85 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

Commuter Husbands is a 1972 comedy film by noted British sexploitation director Derek Ford, and a semi sequel to his 1971 film Suburban Wives. The film was directed and written by Derek Ford, and stars Gabrielle Drake, Robin Bailey, and Claire Gordon.The film exists also in a version with hardcore inserts, but there is no suggestion that any of the credited cast performed hardcore.[1]

Plot

The Story Teller (Drake) enters the Penthouse Club in London, which she declares is the "front line" in the battle of the sexes, proving "that man is the most dangerous animal of them all - excepting woman". She introduces six stories about wayward husbands.

Cast

  • Gabrielle Drake as The Story Teller
  • Robin Bailey as Dennis
  • Heather Chasen as Wife
  • Robin Culver as John Appleby
  • Brenda Peters as Lola
  • Claire Gordon as Carla Berlin
  • Jane Cardew as Secretary
  • Dick Haydon as Arthur Benbow
  • Dervis Ward as Arnold
  • Dorothea Phillips as Wife
  • Mike Britton as Peter Harris
  • Nicola Austin as Dream Girl
  • Timothy Parkes as Raymond Hardacre
  • Yokki Rhodes as Trudi
  • George Selway as Charlesworth

Soundtrack

References

  1. ^ Sheridan,Simon (2011). Keeping the British End Up: Four Decades of Saucy Cinema. Titan Books Ltd

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This page was last edited on 7 October 2021, at 02:33
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