British quad poster
|Directed by||Jim O'Connolly|
|Produced by||Jim O'Connolly|
|Written by||Jim O'Connolly|
|Based on||the novel by Samuel Richardson|
|Music by||David Whitaker|
|Edited by||Fergus McDonell|
Merlot Film Productions
|Distributed by||Anglo-EMI (UK)
Fanfare Films (USA)
|Release dates||January 1974 (US release)|
|Running time||91 min|
Mistress Pamela is a 1974 British sex comedy drama film directed by Jim O'Connolly and starring Ann Michelle, Julian Barnes, Dudley Foster, Anna Quayle and Anthony Sharp. It was loosely based on the 1740 novel Pamela by Samuel Richardson.
In the eighteenth century, Pamela, a servant girl in the household of Lord Devenish, must fight off the advances of her young master - a gentleman determined to have Pamela as his mistress.
- Ann Michelle - Pamela Andrews
- Julian Barnes - Lord Robert Devenish
- Dudley Foster - Jonathan
- Anna Quayle - Mrs Jelks
- Anthony Sharp - Longman
- Rosemarie Dunham - Mistress Blimper
- Derek Fowlds - Sir Percy
- Jessie Evans - Widor Parr
- Ken Parry - Parson
- Fred Emney - Dr Livesey
- Fredric Abbott - John Andrews
- Marianne Stone - Katie
- "Mistress Pamela". BFI.
- "Mistress Pamela (1974)". IMDb. 1 January 1974.
- "Mistress Pamela". Time Out London.
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