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Before I talk in detail about my favorite, I’m going to introduce all six spankings, juxtaposing (and sometimes contrasting) images from the movie with text from the novelization… written by the director himself, John Sealey – a man of relatively little experience as a film director, though he did work as the production manager of the 1970 film version of There’s a Girl in My Soup, in which Peter Sellers threatens to spank Goldie Hawn.

The first sign that we’re in for some fun comes when a group of village wives are discussing the fact that there’s a new maid at the manor.

He pauses in his spanking and asks, conversationally: ‘What have you got planned for today, my dear? ‘Good, well I must get ready to do a bit more hunting, you know,’ he says.

’ ‘I’ve got the handyman coming to clean out the swimming pool,’ Prudence replies. He goes to stand up, and his wife almost falls off his lap. I’m always doing that.’ he gently eases her to her feet.

Never mind, because there’s not long to wait before we get to see: Spanking # 1: Not Such a Scary Shower Scene The slap of masculine hand on feminine bottom echoes in the shower room, amid the steam and hiss of the water.

The Squire is having his usual morning slap-and-shower with his wife.

He goes for a drink and gets into conversation with Maisie, who takes pity on him.

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In the event, this was the only spanking photo to be included in the movie’s pressbook (advising exhibitors on how to publicize it), and the film poster is notable for the complete absence of spanking: The weirdly inept poster for the US release was even less communicative about this recurring element of the film’s appeal… whereas the shower scene was illustrated for the benefit of prospective Belgian filmgoers, only with a slight amendment: Yes, the young, attractive Barry Stokes has taken over spanking duties from the (ahem) less young, less attractive Bob Todd! In case you want to judge for yourselves, here is Bob’s wife: She’s played by Penny Meredith, who is another of the film’s unspanked actresses: the Squire never catches up with her.Two of them have clear reasons for being spanked: one is the Squire’s wife, and he’s a regular client of the other, who is a professional lady.The third girl’s motivation, as we’ll see, is a little less clear.Here she is, looking cute: Mrs Bullsworthy explains: she was tried for a minor offense by her husband, who is not only the Squire but also the local magistrate; ‘so he sentenced her to a good spanking, put her in my custody for good behavior and said he never wanted to see her up before him again’.But before we chalk up one to the Squire, let’s record with regret that the movie contains no footage of the maid receiving her sentence.