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Reviews and pictures of actress Delia Lindsay naked in "Because of the Cats" and "Scars of Dracula".
Country: United Kingdom
A player of minor TV and film roles for over forty years, Delia was always well spoken and could play posher birds than the average young starlet.
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Call My Bluff S00E00: Episode dated 21 August 1969 (II) (1969) (as Herself)
World in Ferment S01E03: Episode #1.3 (1969)
# Scars of Dracula (Roy Ward Baker, UK, 1970) (featuring Delia Lindsay as "Alice, burgomaster's daughter") ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Christopher Lee, Dennis Waterman, Jenny Hanley, Christopher Matthews, Patrick Troughton, Michael Gwynn, Michael Ripper, Wendy Hamilton, Anouska Hempel and Bob Todd
A typical example of the spice that was being added to the popular British gothic horrors of the time. Milder than what was being seen on the continent, nevertheless such sights were still welcome, especially to those of us who first encountered them on late-night TV viewings at a relatively tender age.
Here the tables are turned on Delia (the Burgomaster's daughter) as she chases a faithless boyfriend out of the house. The perils of running around with your naked rump where everyone can see it quickly become evident as she bumps into her father in the hallway. Oh dear! Exit one pale bottom rapidly up the staircase, pursued by man waving a stick.
The Ballad of Tam Lin (Roddy McDowall, UK, 1970)
A Hole Lot of Trouble (Francis Searle, UK, 1971)
Aphrousa (Evangelos Ioannidis, UK, 1971) (as Aphrousa)
ITV Sunday Night Theatre S05E04: Ted (John Jacobs, 1972) (as Elizabeth Kindley)
Upstairs, Downstairs S02E13: A Family Gathering (Raymond Menmuir, UK, 1973) (as Phyllis Kingman)
# Because of the Cats (Fons Rademakers, Netherlands, 1973) (featuring Delia Lindsay as Mevr. Maris) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Bryan Marshall, Alexandra Stewart, Edward Judd, Sebastian Graham Jones, Anthony Allen, Nicholas Hoye, Sylvia Kristel, Ida Goemans, Roger Hammond and Derek Hart
Post Clockwork Orange antics about a gang of overprivileged teen hooligans who get their kicks by (among other things) gang raping middle-class matrons. Though set in the Netherlands, incongruously it has a mainly British cast - totally slumming it. The worst offender is the hitherto blameless Bryan Marshall as Inspector van der Valk (yes really) showing parts of himself I can't even bring myself to put a name to.
But enough of that, we're here to talk about Delia, the ineffectual householder's headstrong wife who is the victim in the central rape scene. The young gang trash a well-appointed flat and wait for the complacent middle-aged couple to return. You can tell they're real kinksters; they don't just wear any old stockings on their heads, it has to be black stockings or the atmos just isn't right. It's a shock to see Delia involved in something so explicit, but she performs her part in the outrage superbly. The last-straw imperative tone of her 'Bob, do something!' could hardly make it clearer which one of the couple wears the trousers in this household, and which one is going to be suffering the most for it over the years to come.
Armchair Cinema S01E01: The Prison (David Wickes, UK, 1974)
The Cedar Tree S02E27: A Capital Idea: Part 1 (1977) (as Penelope Finch)
The Cedar Tree S02E29: The Woman I Love: Part 1 (1977) (as Penelope Finch)
The Cedar Tree S02E28: A Capital Idea: Part 2 (1977) (as Penelope Finch)
The Cedar Tree S02E30: The Woman I Love: Part 2 (1977) (as Penelope Finch)
A Fine Romance S01E03: The Restaurant (James Cellan Jones, 1981) (as Norma)
Take Three Women (UK, 1982)
Crown Court S12E07: None of Your Business: Part 1 (Gareth Morgan, 1983) (as Dr. Claire Hennessy)
Fresh Fields S01E05: Des Det Res (Peter Frazer-Jones, 1984) (as Mrs. Highsmith)
Bulman S01E10: A Cup for the Winner (David Carson, 1985) (as Lady Eggar)
Three Up, Two Down S02E03: Arrivals and Departures (John B. Hobbs, 1986) (as Camilla)
All at Number 20 S01E03: Episode #1.3 (Peter Frazer-Jones, 1986) (as Mrs. Bagley)
Slinger's Day S01E01: New Management (Mark Stuart, 1986) (as Woman)
The Bill S04E14: Requiem (Sharon Miller, UK, 1988) (as Mrs. Jenner)
Clarissa S01E04: Episode #1.4 (1991) (as The Ream Lady Betty)
The Good Guys S01E06: Tooth (Simon Langton, 1992) (as Producer)
The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Timothy Forder, UK, 1993) (as Nun's Maid)
Harnessing Peacocks (James Cellan Jones, UK, 1993) (as Jennifer Reeves)
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The Biz (II) (UK, 1995)
Eskimo Day (Piers Haggard, UK, 1996)
Mrs Brown (John Madden, UK, 1997)
Berkeley Square S01E09: Wednesday's Child (Richard Holthouse, 1998)
Hilary and Jackie (Anand Tucker, UK, 1998)
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Midsomer Murders S02E03: Dead Man's Eleven (Jeremy Silberston, UK, 1999) (as Zelda Frasier)
An Ideal Husband (Oliver Parker, UK, 1999) (as Lady Basildon)
Daniel Deronda S01E01: Episode #1.1 (Tom Hooper, 2002)
Daniel Deronda S01E03: Episode #1.3 (Tom Hooper, 2002)
Daniel Deronda S01E02: Episode #1.2 (Tom Hooper, 2002)
Surrealissimo: The Scandalous Success of Salvador Dali (Richard Curson Smith, UK, 2002) (as Dowager)
The Cry (David Drury, UK, 2002)
Piccadilly Jim (John McKay, Isle Of Man, 2005) (as Duchess of Arminster)
On Expenses (Simon Cellan Jones, UK, 2010) (as Barbara)
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