The Confessions Collection Box Set - £12.89 @ Play.com
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The Confessions Collection Box Set - £12.89 @ Play.com

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Found 14th Feb 2012
The 'Confessions' series of films are still entertaining examples of 70s British high camp, and go to places the 'Carry On' films never dared!

Confessions Of A Window Cleaner (1974): The classic bawdy British sex comedy about a window cleaner who doesn't quite clean up his act...

Confessions Of A Driving Instructor (1973): Our randy young hero Timmy Lea progresses from the 'ins and outs' of window cleaning to the joys of 'gear shifting' as he sets himself up as a driving instructor. Guaranteed 0 to 60 in 5 seconds...blonde or brunette!

Confessions From A Holiday Camp (1977): Timmy and Sid are entertainment officers at a holiday camp. They must organise a beauty contest successfully or find themselves out of work!

Confessions Of A Pop Performer (1975): Hilarious antics a-plenty when Tommy and Sid take on a second-rate pop group and end up on a Royal Charity Show!

Presume its 4 discs.
BEst price by a bit other than Sainsburys who have it a couple of pence more.
Bit of british 70s slapstick adult comedy.
Very bad taste and crude but funny all the same.
Not suitable for minors.
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Got this a few years back. Absolute cheesy class. I was lucky enough to bag it for a tenner, but would happily have paid this price in a flash.
I have a signed copy of Robin Askwith's autobiography. I treasure it.:)
Confessions of a Shopaholic was not at all what I expected...
i always remember seeing these trailors on tv as kid and used to think "cor" id love to watch these
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They are very funny, somewhere between Carry ons and porn.
Not technically great films but very funny all the same and I do love very british films.
I was growing up in the 70s, i was told to go upstairs when there on video came home for my parents to watch.now i can watch them now!!!
cadmus

i always remember seeing these trailors on tv as kid and used to think … i always remember seeing these trailors on tv as kid and used to think "cor" id love to watch these



Ha! Me too! I thought 'what a lucky bleeder!' After reading his book I wrote to him (not something I would ever normally do) and offered him my thoughts on the book and how I thought (as a kid) he must have led a charmed life (the reality was a little different of course). He was kind enough to reply too.

The book is an easy-read romp through his film career and other activities. It's clearly not 'ghost written':it actually reads as if Timmy Lea himself is narrating it (clearly Askwith and Lea are not THAT different :p)
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