The Smashing Bird I Used to Know is a 1969 British drama/sexploitation film, directed by Robert Hartford-Davis and starring Madeleine Hinde, Maureen Lipman, Patrick Mower and Dennis Waterman. As with other Hartford-Davis films, The Smashing Bird I Used to Know contains elements from different genres including psychological drama and social commentary. It is best known however as a sexploitation piece featuring nudity, attempted rape and lesbianism. The film features the first screen credit of the then 15-year-old Lesley-Anne Down in a supporting role. Wikipedia
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The Smashing Bird I Used to Know is a member of the following lists: English-language films, British films, British drama films, Lesbian-related films, Sexploitation films, 1960s drama films, British LGBT-related films, 1969 films, Women in prison films and Films directed by Robert Hartford-Davis.
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