MARY POPPINS (1964) - dir. robert stevensonoh, i make it a point never to give references, a very old-fashioned idea to my mind
Britain’s oldest erotic film, ‘Lady in her Boudoir’ (1896)
It simply shows a pretty woman undressing but would’ve been considered titillating at the time.
“From a childhood in which she was adored and feted and then violently rejected, a fighter was born. Her resolve almost cost her her life as her father, and then her brother, sought to subjugate her to their wills. Yet Mary maintained her faith, and self belief. Despite repeated attempts to deprive her of her life and her right to the throne, the warrior princess turned victor, and became the warrior queen. […] Mary was the Tudor trailblazer, a political pioneer whose reign redefined the English monarchy.” - Mary Tudor England’s First Queen, Anna Whitelock