Script is simple as can be: the Brit of the title is relaxing at Mrs. VanUpdyke’s home when a mistake by butler Jeeves (porn stalwart Pete Dawson) results in 3 cute hookers arriving for afternoon tea’s entertainment, instead of a band.
The resulting farce is one-note and low-brow under the direction of Joseph Robertson, a porn pioneer whose career careens from quality to terrible almost randomly. His choice of leading lady was astute: Casey Lorraine, who had starred for Robertson’s associate Ed Wood and here is delightful as the haughty, affected society lady who transforms completely when she gets laid (by both the butler and the handyman).
Dawson with his Aussie accent is perfect as Jeeves, while Ron Darby is an acquired taste as the leering, rape-prone goof-ball of a handyman. Girls are quite sexy and uninhibited (though strictly soft-core in content, the film does include stiff pricks occasionally on screen). Sandy Dempsey has the smallest role, an odd decision since she was the most successful of the ladies in the cast.