Porridge (1974) is a classic British comedy film starring Ronnie Barker and Richard Beckinsale. The film follows the misadventures of two inmates, Fletcher and Godber, as they try to survive their sentence in a prison. Although the film is mostly lighthearted, there are some surprisingly sexual moments that add to the humor.
One of the most memorable scenes is when Fletcher and Godber are in the prison shower. As they are washing, they start to talk about women and sex. Fletcher then reveals that he has a “special friend” outside of prison, which Godber assumes is a woman. This moment is both funny and a bit risqué, as it implies that Fletcher is having an affair.
Another scene that stands out is when Fletcher and Godber are in the prison library. As they are browsing the books, Fletcher finds a book about sex and starts to read it out loud. This scene is both funny and a bit shocking, as it shows that even in prison, sex is still on the minds of inmates.
Overall, Porridge (1974) is a classic British comedy film that is full of memorable moments. While the film is mostly lighthearted, there are some surprisingly sexual moments that add to the humor. These moments make the film even more enjoyable and memorable.
The pictures on the walls of fletcher's cell contain node's of women. A few episodes of breasts and clear publc hair and once of a clitoros.
Frequent moderate sexual jokes and slang
Topless women seen on the cell walls sometimes close up breasts of a magazine seen
Fletcher's daughter's nipples can clearly be seen through her top and is mentioned further on in that episode