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Ratings & Reviews

  1. kit duckworth's rating of the film Fanny Hill

    unusual because it gives innocence and experience in women equal value

  2. MoeHartman's rating of the film Fanny Hill

    Fanny Hill at least looks good. The art department did a great job of establishing the period, and it's well photographed. The plot, however, is frivolous, and few today would bat an eye at the movie's content, rendering the exploitation label inappropriate. It has a few good laughs, and it certainly could be much worse, but the script is too lightweight for me to recommend this movie. An incredibly average picture.

  3. Timbo of Boston's rating of the film Fanny Hill

    Russ Meyer got away with murder with this. Pretentious, boring, fatuous, not even sexy. No nudity and where are the pulchritudinous fillies? A nice slice of sixties exploitation that no doubt was sold via the fact that he got the book rights and had a poster.

  4. Wayward Muse's rating of the film Fanny Hill

    Started out with potential, but then became mind-numbingly repetitive -- couldn't finish it.

  5. alexyoungen's rating of the film Fanny Hill

  6. Nick Gaetano's rating of the film Fanny Hill

  7. Weston Campbell's rating of the film Fanny Hill

    Pure fun. Although Meyer's female characters are always hyper-sexualized they never fall into typical stereotypes of weakness and reliance on men. The women in this film never do anything unwillingly and always hold the upper hand despite the best efforts of society to keep them down.

  8. El Biffo's rating of the film Fanny Hill

    Naughty and fun!!! MUBI may be exploring new depths, but this is positively highbrow compared to the other films by legendary smut impresario Russ Meyer. If you want an example of his lowbrow work, check out MUDHONEY (1965)!

  9. Scout Tafoya's rating of the film Fanny Hill

    This film is the kind of mad fusion of personalities that rarely happens anymore. Imagine Pathe hiring Greg Dark to make Wuthering Heights in 98. I do wish I'd been around in the 60s to see this kind of thing first-hand because it couldn't be anymore fascinating. The movie is entertaining in a charmingly antiquated way. Made before Meyer discovered real violence and he really came into his own.