Emily (film)

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Emily, also known as The Awakening of Emily, is a 1976 British-made soft-core erotic film made by Henry Herbert, starring Koo Stark as a young woman discovering her sensual side.

The film received a good deal of airplay in the early years of HBO and other cable TV pay channels which sought R-rated programming not available on regular TV. It also gained some attention due to a romantic fling between Stark and Prince Andrew, cementing his tabloid title of "Randy Andy".

The film was lent a degree of legitimacy by its soundtrack having been composed and sung by the famous singer/poet Rod McKuen.

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