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Come Play with Me

Come Play with Me (1977)

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In the swingin' 1970s, millionaire David Sullivan ruled England’s skin magazine business as the publisher of Mayfair and Playbirds. Taking his libertine sensibilities to the big screen, Sullivan lucked into charismatic sexbomb Mary Millington, and together they forever dyed British cinema a deeper shade of blue via their skinternational blockbuster collaboration Come Play with Me (1977). The plot of Come Play centers on a crackdown on counterfeiters that sends a couple of bumbling money forgers into hiding on a Scottish health farm, where naked ladies are plentiful and slapstick comedy abounds with every pratfall. Although strictly softcore, Come Play with Me’s unprecedented success—it played continuously at the Moulin Cinema in London's West End from 1977 to 1981—qualifies this likable, light-as-an-ass-tickling-feather romp as the UK’s answer to Deep Throat.