London in the Raw

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London in the Raw
Directed by Arnold L Miller
Norman Cohen
Produced by Michael Klinger
Tony Tenser
Stanley Long
Written by Arnold L. Miller
Narrated by David Gell
Cinematography Stanley Long
Edited by Stephen Cross
Production
company
Searchlight-Troubadour Productions
Distributed by Compton Cameo
Release date
1964
Running time
76 mins
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Budget £20,000[1]

London in the Raw is a 1964 British documentary about London nightlife.[2] It was inspired by the success of Mondo Cane.[3]

Reception[edit]

According to Tony Tenser, the film recouped its cost within six months of release.[1]

It was followed by a sequel Primitive London.

Primitive London[edit]

Primitive London
Directed by Arnold L Miller
Norman Cohen
Produced by Michael Klinger
Tony Tenser
Stanley Long
Written by Arnold L. Miller
Narrated by David Gell
Music by Basil Kirchin
Cinematography Stanley Long
Edited by Stephen Cross
Production
company
Searchlight-Troubadour Productions
Distributed by Compton Cameo
Release date
April 1965
Running time
76 mins
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Primitive London was released in 1965.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Oakes, Philip. "The next Tycoons." Sunday Times [London, England] 12 Dec. 1965: 34+. The Sunday Times Digital Archive. Web. 29 Mar. 2014.
  2. ^ John Hamilton, Beasts in the Cellar: The Exploitation Film Career of Tony Tenser, Fab Press, 2005 p 40-41
  3. ^ Simon Sheridan, Keeping the British End Up: Four Decades of Saucy Cinema, Titan Books 2011 p 50-51

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