1hr 20mins
Dir: Pete Walker
Starring: Derek Aylward and Rose Alba

Acquitted of fraud, a man starts a finishing school to teach young women how to extract money from rich men

This sex comedy was very popular in France apparently, and it features one brief shot of a railway whereby Nosher Powell follows Rose Alba along a disused railway line that is being used as a footpath. This was filmed near Hodson’s Mill in Robertsbridge, East Sussex.

Rose Alba looks back to see her pursuer with Hobson’s Siding in the foreground and the Kent & East Sussex Railway crossing the River Rother in the background. This is a section of the preserved line that has yet to be reinstated.
This delightful scene shows the siding that once served Hodson’s Mill in Robertsbridge, beyond the white gate, which is that seen in the picture above. The siding left the Kent & East Sussex Railway between Robertsbridge and Salehurst Halt. Although there are plans to reinstate the railway at this point the siding can not be for it is now a private driveway.