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Sixploitation - taking the covers off

PDCC proudly presents a six-part special on Sixploitation - when cricket met sex. Get comfortable: it's going to be a long ride.
Thursday, 5 February 2009

Less on the set of the Bedsore Twins

Obituary: Walter Less 1938 - 2008

PDCC remembers Britain's most influential 'sixploitation' film director Walter Less who has died aged 70.
Thursday, 5 February 2009

Lord's 1928. <em>The Lord's Lovelies</em> prepare to entertain members in the Bowlers Bar.

Under the counter - a brief history of Sixploitation

Emeritus Professor Vic Flange, Head of Social History at Lunn Poly, looks at the roots of Sixploitation and traces its history from the early days of Freddy Hill to the films of Walter Less.
Thursday, 5 February 2009

Moore was the subject of Peter Drakes seminal 'crick art' masterpiece: <em>The Rest Day</em>.

The short life of cricket's first sex siren

PDCC remembers Mandy Moore, the actress whose name will forever be synonymous with Britain's golden age of sexploitation cinema.
Thursday, 5 February 2009

Lyn Seed in <em>Extras</em> (1976)

Caught beyond: a long lost 1982 interview with Mandy Moore has resurfaced

On the 18th of September 1982, Mandy Moore, the first lady of sixploitation cinema, was found dead. One month earlier - on the set of Full Toss - Moore gave what was to be her final interview.
Thursday, 5 February 2009

Under the counter - Part 2 - Legover Theory

At the end of the Second World War Sixploitation entered a new phase - but beneath the glitz and glamour lurked danger and tragedy. Professor Vic Flange concludes his brief history of the genre time forgot.
Thursday, 5 February 2009

Confessions of a Middlesex skipper - Mike Brearley tells PDCC all about some of British cinema's unjustly neglected classics.

The Lowdown - Brearley's big ones

As part of PDCC's Sixploitation special Ashes winning captain Mike Brearley spills the beans about his favourite films and shares a few secrets of the crazy days of the seventies.
Thursday, 5 February 2009