Respectable - The Mary Millington Story [DVD]
About this deal
Come Play with Me original 1977 trailer plus the British theatrical trailer for Come Play with Me, unseen for nearly 40 years. Mary Ruth Maxted (née Quilter;   30 November 1945– 19 August 1979), known professionally as Mary Millington from 1974 onwards, was an English model and pornographic actress.
Screenbound have done a marvellous job, and designers Sam Bessant and Abby Parsons have excelled themselves on this project.A tantalising orgy of extras that no self-respecting lover of Mary Millington or 1970s British sex comedies can but fail to be aroused by!
She became one of his most popular models  and began appearing in 8mm hardcore pornographic film loops which sold well in Europe. While she was posing for an innocuous picture with a policeman, she decided to unzip her top and expose her breasts for the photograph. That same year she turned 33 and found herself being replaced by younger models in Sullivan's magazines.
Millington was a member of the National Campaign for the Reform of the Obscene Publications Acts (NCROPA)   and encouraged her readers to demand the abolition of the Acts.
David Sullivan described her as "the only really uninhibited, natural sex symbol that Britain ever produced and who believed in what she did". The film subsequently made its internet debut on 26 July 2008 at the (now defunct) site ZDD Visual Explosion. She had few inhibitions about sex and nudity, and after making some immensely successful 8mm films in Germany and The Netherlands, Mary began a relationship with publisher David Sullivan, who promoted her relentlessly in his stable of magazines, the most famous of which was Whitehouse - a cheeky sideswipe at Mary Whitehouse, the infamous pro-censorship campaigner.She starred in around twenty short hardcore films for John Lindsay,  although only five ( Miss Bohrloch, Oral Connection, Betrayed, Oh Nurse and Special Assignment) have so far resurfaced. In 1996, Channel Four screened a tribute to her entitled Sex and Fame: The Mary Millington Story, featuring an interview with David Sullivan.