“Four Dimensions of Greta” (1972) Never at a loss for a gimmick to lure unsuspecting patrons to fill seats, the 3-D craze arrived on the shores of England about two decades late with “Four Dimensions of Greta”, a film that despite its visual gimmickry still grovels in the same exploitation mire as every other film attached with the directorial stamp of Peter Walker. On assignment for a German magazine, horny young journalist Hans Wiemer (Tristan Rogers) is sent to London for a penetrating investigation of that most critical of global crises: the au pair experience.
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I was wondering why I hadn’t seen this. A 3-D soft porn film posing as a mystery sounds right up my street! Then I got to your reference to Robin Askwith, and that cleared it up. Repulsive indeed, as well as talent-less. Unfortunately, he is still around. He works on the popular (but appalling) TV comedy series, ‘Benidorm’. And he is aged only 68, which means he might be working for another 20 years or more. (((shiver)))
Best wishes, Pete.
Askwith, to me, is like the human bug zapper of British sex films; something/one to be avoided at all costs. Hey, he’s older than you, so are you saying we have at least twenty more years of Pete? (Just how many miles is that in Ollie walks anyway?)