|Directed by||Gerry O'Hara|
|Written by||Stephen Chesley|
|Based on||Fanny Hill|
by John Cleland
|Produced by||Harry Benn|
|Edited by||Peter Boyle|
|Music by||Paul Hoffert|
Brent Walker Film Productions
F.H. Filmproduction Limited
Playboy Productions (uncredited)
|Distributed by||Brent Walker Film Distributing|
Fanny Hill (also known as Sex, Lies and Renaissance) is a 1983 British sex comedy film directed by Gerry O'Hara and starring Lisa Foster, Oliver Reed, Wilfrid Hyde-White and Shelley Winters. It is adapted from the 1748 novel of the same name by John Cleland.
Poor country lass Fanny Hill sets off for London where she embarks on a series of sexual encounters in pursuit of wealth and happiness, "with many erotic asides."
O'Hara said Towers wrote a script but O'Hara did not use it. "I had a pretty good cast though," said O'Hara.