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Robert Hewison (screenplay)
Bachoo Sen (screenplay)
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Release Date:
26 September 1968 (West Germany) See more »
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Dullish relationship drama with added sex See more (1 total) »


  (in credits order)
Simon Brent ... Stevee Daly
Georgina Ward ... Suzanne Daly
Paula Patterson ... Carol Taylor
John Railton ... Scott Fisher

Françoise Pascal ... Model
Heather Kyd ... Christine Johnson
Peter Dixon ... Philip Peterson
Carol Cunningham ... Jane Butler
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jacky Allouis ... Helen
John Aston ... Jane's boyfriend
Richard Bartlett ... Sound mixer
Sonya Benjamin ... Belly dancer
Carl Conway ... Jingles spoken by
Paul Endesby ... Old man on beach
Stanley Folb ... Press photographer
Robert Hewison ... Radio producer
Allen John ... Restaurant manager
Mary Land ... Girl
Barry Stephens ... Chauffeur
Penny Watts ... Girl

Directed by
Norman J. Warren 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Robert Hewison  screenplay
Bachoo Sen  screenplay
Norman J. Warren  adaptation

Produced by
Bachoo Sen .... producer
Dennis Durack .... executive producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
John Scott  (as Patrick John Scott)
Cinematography by
Peter Jessop 
Film Editing by
Tristam Cones 
Art Direction by
Hayden Pearce 
Makeup Department
Ross Carver .... hair stylist
Audrey Clegg .... makeup artist
Mary Hillman .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John Elton .... assistant director
Gary White .... second assistant director
Sound Department
Malcolm Bristow .... dubbing mixer
Rowland Fowles .... boom operator
Bob Peck .... sound (as Robert Peck)
Camera and Electrical Department
John Metcalfe .... focus puller
Les Young .... camera operator
Casting Department
Maggie Cartier .... casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Glenda Slater .... wardrobe
Music Department
John Scott .... conductor (as Patrick John Scott)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"She Loved with Her Boots On" - (racier version)
"Amantes Desenfreados" - Brazil (imdb display title)
"He rakastelivat saappaat jalassa" - Finland
"I idiotiki zoi enos erasti" - Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title)
"Jedem Pferdchen seinen Reiter" - West Germany (imdb display title)
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USA:82 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Australia:R | Finland:K-16 | Netherlands:18 (original rating) (1969) | Sweden:15 | UK:X | USA:X | West Germany:18 (nf)

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A body-double was used for Georgina Ward's nude scenes.See more »
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Dullish relationship drama with added sex, 12 August 2016
Author: Leofwine_draca from United Kingdom

LOVING FEELING is an early work in the career of cult British director Norman J. Warren and absolutely nothing like his later gruelling horror pictures. Instead this is a relationship drama masquerading as a sex film; it's about a popular radio DJ and his relationships with various women. There's not much a story really, which is why Warren pads out the tale with endless sex scenes and the like which are quite tame by modern standards.

The film suffers from an obscure cast and some rather unlikeable characters, not least Simon Brent's bland protagonist. You wonder why you're supposed to care about the life of a character so devoid of interest and intellect. He beds women and wonders about his marriage to his long-suffering wife, and that's it. Aside from a brief turn from Francoise Pascal (who receives an 'introducing' credit), none of the actresses are particularly memorable or famous. Georgina Ward has the most interesting character in the film as Brent's put-upon wife and was doubled for her extensive nude scenes.

What LOVING FEELING offers is plenty of topless nudity from the actresses and not a great deal else, not even much in the way of humour. You don't even see much of the Swinging Sixties which is a pity, although you do see a belly dancer in a brief party scene. Maybe some voice-over narration would have made things more interesting. I was amused by the opening credits which give thanks to the Vogue Bingo Club, Margate - hardly a salubrious start but oh-so British.

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