Tag Archives: David Sullivan

Mary is Open for Business!

Every September, as part of the Heritage Open Days scheme, hundreds of great buildings across the UK open their doors to visitors. In London alone over 250,000 people take the opportunity to get under the skin of the capital’s amazing … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday… ‘Come Play with Me’

Exactly 40 years ago – 28 April 1977 – something quite extraordinary happened; a low budget sex comedy named Come Play with Me opened at the Moulin Cinema at 42-44 Great Windmill Street, Soho, and changed British cinema history forever. … Continue reading

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Respectable is out on DVD!

Respectable – The Mary Millington Story is now available to buy on DVD in Great Britain. As well as the full, uncut feature-length documentary, the disc contains the following ‘special features’, all totally exclusive to this release: *Audio commentary by … Continue reading

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Celebrating Mary Millington Day!

Well, 7th April was ‘Mary Millington Day’ in London, when we unveiled a plaque commemorating Come Play with Me and premièred my new film on her incredible life, Respectable – The Mary Millington Story, at the beautiful Regent Street Cinema. … Continue reading

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Today… is Mary Millington Day

Today marks the climax of many years of extremely hard work. 7 April 2016 is the day when Mary Millington is at long last recognised with a blue plaque in London, and my feature-length documentary about her incredible life – … Continue reading

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Blue Movies… Blue Plaques…

Mary Millington is unquestionably the most famous pornographic actress this country has ever produced, and her best-known film Come Play with Me holds the record for Britain’s longest-running movie ever. Why then, has this never been publicly recognised? Well, very … Continue reading

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F is for Fake

Over the years I’ve been asked numerous times to verify signed Mary Millington items. I’m fortunate to be the custodian of several incredibly rare pieces of memorabilia – including signed photographs, private letters, magazines, books and even the notes Mary wrote … Continue reading

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A Respectable Première on 7 April

I’m very proud to announce that the world première of Respectable – The Mary Millington Story, will take place on 7 April 2016 at the beautiful Regent Street Cinema in the heart of London’s West End. We are all very excited … Continue reading

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On Location: Diana Dors’ Fantasy Manor

One of my oldest friends lives in Sunningdale, a village on the Surrey-Berkshire border, in the Royal Borough of Windsor. I went to visit her recently and, as a bonus, re-traced some of Mary’s steps. Traditionally well-loved by celebrities – … Continue reading

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The Sex O’clock News

Contrary to what many might think, David Sullivan’s first foray into the world of British newspapers wasn’t the launch of his infamous Sunday Sport in September 1986. 10 years earlier Sullivan published a precursor to his tabloid adventures, namely National … Continue reading

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