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ADVENTURES OF A TAXI DRIVER 1976

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ADVENTURES OF A TAXI DRIVER 1976
U.K. film. British sex comedy. This film features Barry Evans, Judy Geeson and Adrienne Posta who all appeared together in the 1968 film, "Here We Go 'Round The Mulberry Bush."

Almost a decade later, Barry Evans is finally having luck with the birds! Judy Geeson and Adrienne Posta also appeared together the 1967 film, "To Sir, With Love." In some ways Adventures Of A Taxi Driver feels like a British "1960s youth culture" reunion.

Barry plays "Joe" a London taxi driver who really picks up his female passengers. He lives at home with his mum but is looking to get his own place He looks at the camera and talks about his situation as Evans did in, "Here We Go 'Round The Mulberry Bush." Adrienne Posta sings the title song, "My Cruisin' Casanova."

Other songs on the soundtrack include: "Big Stripper," "Love In Slow Motion," "Blow Your Mind," "Gypsy Girl." Lots of carnal encounters! Terrific 1976 footage of London and nightlight in Piccadilly and SoHo. Barry Evans, Judy Geeson, Adrienne Posta, Diana Dors, Liz Fraser, Jane Hayden, Ian Lavender, Stephen Lewis, Robert Lindsay.

Plus this bonus selection...

RADIO 1 ON THE ROAD 1974
U.K. short film. A film crew follows Radio-1 around the coast. Lots of bell-bottoms, beards and beer! The station sets up next to the sea in Newquay, then on to Tenby, Whitby and other locales.

The crew goes to Fangs Disco in London, hands out 45s, drinks lots of ale and boogies down. Dee Jays: Noel Edmonds, Tony Blackburn, Ed Stewart, Dave Lee Travis, Paul Burnett, David Hamilton, Anne Nightingale.

Songs: "Convoy G.B.," "honky Tonk Train Blues," "Morning D.J. of W.O.L.D," "In The Year 2525," "Combine Harvester," "Shannon," "Fairy Tale," "Moonlight," "Young Hearts Run Free," "Spanish Hustle."


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