Confessions from the David Galaxy Affair (UK re-release title: Star Sex) is a 1979 British sexploitation comedy film directed by Willy Roe and starring Alan Lake, Glynn Edwards, Mary Millington, Bernie Winters, Diana Dors and Antony Booth.
|Confessions from the David Galaxy Affair|
|Directed by||Willy Roe|
|Written by||Joe Ireland|
|Produced by||Willy Roe|
David Sullivan (executive producer)
|Edited by||Jim Connock|
|Music by||David Whitaker|
|Distributed by||Roldvale Productions|
It was not part of the Confessions series of films from Columbia Pictures that began in 1974 with Confessions of a Window Cleaner, but it was hoped that it would benefit commercially from the similarity of title.
- Alan Lake - David Galaxy
- Glynn Edwards - Chief Inspector Evans
- Mary Millington - Millicent Cumming
- Bernie Winters - Mr. Pringle
- Antony Booth - Steve
- Diana Dors - Jenny Stride
- Kenny Lynch - Joe
- Rosemary England - Sandra
- John Moulder-Brown - Sergeant Johnson
- Alec Mango - Pembleton
- Queenie Watts - David Galaxy's Mother
- Milton Reid - Eddie
- Sally Faulkner - Amanda
- Lindy Benson - Evelyn
- Ballard Berkeley - Judge
- Cindy Truman - Anne
- Vicki Scott - Charlotte
- Maria Parkinson - Susan MP
- George Lewis - George
- John M. East - Willie
Diana Dors performed the film's theme song over the opening titles.
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