Secrets of a Windmill Girl
|Secrets of a Windmill Girl|
British quad poster
|Directed by||Arnold L Miller|
|Produced by||Arnold L Miller
Stanley A. Long
|Written by||Arnold L Miller|
|Music by||Malcolm Lockyer|
|Cinematography||Stanley A. Long|
Secrets of a Windmill Girl is a 1966 British exploitation film directed by Arnold L Miller. It recounts the road to ruin of a young woman (Pauline Collins) who becomes involved with the striptease scene after becoming a dancer at the Windmill Theatre in London. The film features fan dances by former Windmill Theatre Company performers. It was originally released in Britain as part of a double bill with Naked as Nature Intended.
- Pauline Collins as Pat Lord
- April Wilding as Linda Grey
- Renée Houston as Molly - Dresser
- Derek Bond as Inspector Thomas
- Harry Fowler as Harry
- Howard Marion-Crawford as Richard - Producer
- Peter Gordeno as Peter
- Peter Swanwick as Len Mason
- Martin Jarvis as Mike, Windmill Stage Manager
A reviewer in TV Guide wrote that "the premise of this film is compelling, but the treatment is empty-headed"; and The Spinning Image asked, "and those hoping for titillation? As with so much of the sexually-themed cinema of this (British) nation, they were offered it with a moralistic angle, as if telling the audience off for their prurience."
- John Hamilton, Beasts in the Cellar: The Exploitation Film Career of Tony Tenser, Fab Press, 2005 p 82-83
- Simon Sheridan, Keeping the British End Up: Four Decades of Saucy Cinema, Titan Books 2011 p 53-54
- "Secrets of a Windmill Girl". BFI.
- "The Windmill Theatre, Great Windmill Street, London". arthurlloyd.co.uk.
- "Naked - As Nature Intended/Secrets of a Windmill Girl - Buy online: Cult". radiotimesdvds.co.uk.
- "Secrets Of A Windmill Girl". TVGuide.com.
- Secrets of a Windmill Girl on IMDb
- screen caps of Pauline Collins and April Wilding(from the Upstairs Downstairs webpage "Before Updown" section)
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