The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill (1966, USA) is a Sexploitation film directed by Peter Perry.
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- Released in 1966
- Running Time: 72 minutes
- Production Co.: Fantasy Films
- Distribution Co.: Sonney Amusement Enterprises (1966) (USA) (theatrical) | Entertainment Ventures (EVI) (1971) (USA) (theatrical) | Regent Film Distributors (1973) (Australia) (theatrical)
- Directed by: Arthur P. Stootsberry (aka Peter Perry)
- Written by Bradford Hallworth (aka David F. Friedman)
- Starring Stacey Walker, Leigh Cochran, Ginger Hale, Orlando Fenwick, John Andrews, Tom Duncan, Letitia Farrell
- Kissy Hill, the daughter of a notorious madam in 19th Century London, follows in her late mother's footsteps with prostitution in catering to various upper class gentlemen.
- Fervently filmed In explicit color.