Please Sir! is a 1971 British comedy film starring John Alderton, spun off from the television series Please Sir!.
Malicious (Italian: Malizia) is an Italian comedy. The original title Malizia is Italian for "malice". It was entered into the 23rd Berlin International Film Festival.
Dirty Dingus Magee is a comic 1970 anti-western film starring Frank Sinatra as the title outlaw and George Kennedy as a sheriff out to capture him. The movie was based on the novel The Ballad of Dingus Magee by David Markson and the screenplay was partly written by Joseph Heller. It was directed by Burt Kennedy.
Up! is a 1976 soft core sex comedy film directed by American filmmaker Russ Meyer. The plot centers on a bizarre murder mystery involving the death of former Nazi Adolf Schwartz, a caricature of Adolf Hitler, who was living in hiding in a Bavarian style castle in Northern California.
Peccati di gioventù, internationally released as So Young, So Lovely, So Vicious..., is a 1975 Italian coming-of-age-drama film directed by Silvio Amadio.
The End is a 1978 black comedy-buddy film, directed by and starring Burt Reynolds.
Tigers in Lipstick (Italian: Letti selvaggi) is a 1979 Italian comedy film directed by Luigi Zampa and starring Ursula Andress. It was Zampa's final film.
The Honkers is a 1972 American comedy film directed by Steve Ihnat and written by Steve Ihnat and Stephen Lodge. The film stars James Coburn, Lois Nettleton, Slim Pickens, Anne Archer, Richard Anderson and Joan Huntington. The film was released on May 17, 1972, by United Artists.
Harper Valley PTA is a 1978 comedy film inspired by the popular 1968 country song "Harper Valley PTA" written by Tom T. Hall and performed by Jeannie C. Riley. The film starred Barbara Eden, Nanette Fabray, Ronny Cox, Louis Nye and Susan Swift, directed by Richard Bennett, and was mainly released to drive-in theaters in June 1978.
Man of the Year (Italian: Homo Eroticus, also known as Husband, Italian Style) is a 1971 Italian commedia sexy all'italiana directed by Marco Vicario. The film was a blockbuster at the Italian box office.
Maîtresse ("mistress" or "teacher", in French) is a 1975 French film directed by Barbet Schroeder, starring Bulle Ogier and, in one of his earliest leading roles, Gérard Depardieu. The film provoked controversy in the United Kingdom and the United States because of its graphic depictions of sado-masochism.
Adventures of a Taxi Driver is a 1976 British sex comedy film starring Barry Evans, Judy Geeson and Adrienne Posta. There were two sequels, Adventures of a Private Eye and Adventures of a Plumber's Mate.
Confessions of a Driving Instructor is a 1976 British sex-farce film. This was the third instalment of the Confessions sequence on the erotic adventures of Timothy Lea, based on the novels published under the name by Christopher Wood.
Au Pair Girls is a 1972 British comedy film directed by Val Guest.
Dr. Popaul is a 1972 French black comedy film directed by Claude Chabrol. also known under the titles High Heels and Scoundrel in White.
Taxi Girl is a 1977 commedia sexy all'italiana directed by Michele Massimo Tarantini.
Mother, Jugs & Speed is a 1976 black comedy film directed by Peter Yates. It stars Bill Cosby (Mother), Raquel Welch (Jugs), Harvey Keitel (Speed), and Larry Hagman as employees of an independent ambulance service trying to survive in Los Angeles.
There Was a Crooked Man... is a 1970 western starring Kirk Douglas and Henry Fonda and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. It was written by David Newman and Robert Benton, their first script to be produced after Bonnie and Clyde.
Teen Lust (also known as The Girls Next Door and Mom Never Told Me in the United States, and released as Police Girls Academy in the United Kingdom) is a 1979 American sexploitation comedy film directed by actor James Hong.
Rosie Dixon – Night Nurse is a 1978 British comedy film directed by Justin Cartwright and starring Debbie Ash, Carolyne Argyle, Beryl Reid and John Le Mesurier. It was based on a novel by Christopher Wood.
Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You is a 1970 American comedy film directed by Rod Amateau, intended as a sequel to the 1965 film What's New, Pussycat?. It starred Ian McShane, Anna Calder-Marshall, John Gavin and Severn Darden.
Sunburn is a 1979 British-American detective-comedy film directed by Richard C. Sarafian and starring Farrah Fawcett, Charles Grodin and Art Carney. It is based on the novel The Bind by Stanley Ellin.
Up Pompeii is a 1971 British comedy film directed by Bob Kellett and starring Frankie Howerd and Michael Hordern. The film was shot at Elstree Film Studios, Borehamwood, England. The film is based on characters that first appeared in the British television sitcom Up Pompeii! (1969–1975).
Scandalo in famiglia (Scandal in the family) is a 1976 Italian commedia sexy all'italiana directed by Marcello Andrei.
Carry On Up the Jungle is the nineteenth in the series of Carry On films to be made, released in 1970. The film marked Frankie Howerd's second and final appearance in the series. He stars alongside regular players Sid James, Charles Hawtrey, Joan Sims, Terry Scott and Bernard Bresslaw. Kenneth Williams is unusually absent. Kenneth Connor returns to the series for the first time since Carry On Cleo six years earlier and would now feature in almost every entry up to Carry On Emmannuelle in 1978. Jacki Piper makes the first of her four appearances in the series. This movie is a send-up of the classic Tarzan movies.