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This is a biographical film about the scandalous businessman Paul Raymond, who made a fortune buying up property and selling sex in nightclubs and magazines, at one time becoming the richest man in Britain. He used every legal loophole he could find to bring nudity to the stage and magazines. When full nudity was made allowable in theaters (but not strip clubs or cabarets) he produced plays with random nudity. In one scene we see an example of an excuse for random nudity with two performers using snakes.
Raymond and his wife duck into one of the many clubs in London that he owns where we see two completely nude women on stage sitting on stools and holding large pythons around their necks. The women move their arms around a bit, but they aren't really dancing or doing anything with the snakes except making sure they don't fall on the floor. Of course, nobody in the audience is complaining - they didn't pay to ogle the snakes. One snake is an albino Python and the other I think is some kind of Australian python.