Primitive London

From The Grindhouse Cinema Database

Primitive London (1965, UK) is a Mondo film directed by Arnold Louis Miller.


Main Details

  • Released in 1965
  • Color
  • Running time: 85 minutes
  • Production Co: Trotwood Productions Inc.
  • Distribution Co: Cinépix Film Properties (CFP) (1968) (Canada)
  • Directed by Arnold Louis Miller
  • Written by Derek Ford, Donald Ford, Arnold L. Miller
  • Featuring David Gell, Bobby Chandler, Terry Dene, Vickie Gray, MacDonald Hobley, Beatrice Kotter, Billy J. Kramer, Ray Martine
  • Produced by Michael Klinger, Stanley A. Long
  • Original Music by John A. Coleman, Basil Kirchin
  • Cinematography by Stanley A. Long
  • Film Editing by Stephen Cross

Plot Summary

  • Exploitation film documentary on 'Swinging London' as it actually happened. Arnold Louis Miller, the director of 'Nudist Memories', interviews mods, rockers and beatniks. Wife Swapping, an overworked stripper, child birth, the killing of chickens and an interview with Billy J. Kramer also feature.


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