John Jesnor Lindsay

John Jesnor Lindsay (born 1939) is a Scottish former photographer who turned to the more lucrative trade of making blue movies during the late 60s and all the way through the 70s. A former student of the Glasgow School of Art, Lindsay had begun his career as a photojournalist with limited financial success. In a hint of what was to come later, by the late sixties Lindsay had turned to photographing nudes for magazines like Penthouse and Mayfair.

Lindsay filmed his short films on 16 mm film for distribution on 8 mm film as that was the major market. Hardcore pornography was just around the corner and, by 1974, Lindsay had shot around 100 blue films for the 8mm market. Ultimately, Lindsay would become as synonymous with blue films in the 1970s as Harrison Marks had with glamour photography in the 1960s.

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John Jesnor Lindsay - Partial Filmography
... Miss Bohrloch (1970) Betrayed Oral Connection (1971) Wet Nymph Sex Angle Sex Ahoy Oh Nurse Desire Health Farm Jolly Hockey Sticks White Hunter + Convent of Sin + Triangle of Lust Boarding School End of Term Amanda at Night Fruits of Sin Hot Sensations Kiki and Lil Misadventure Sexational Sex kitten Untamed + -indicates films cited at Lindsay’s obscenity trials. ...

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