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Red-faced film director Ken Russell has placed an online ad looking for a lady in his life.

It says:

Unbankable film director, Ken Russell, seeks Lady Soul Mate Mad about Movies, Music and Moet & Chandon Champagne

Genuine replies should contact Ken via Iain Fisher at Savage Messiah here

Ken Russell

The site. allows you to send an email off to Ken

Russell's last wife Hetty Baynes says he has a very short fuse, and he is well-known for breaking into the projection box at cinemas if he's not impressed with the way a film is being shown.

We're not sure what kind of women Ken likes. He was all for showing Amanda Donohoe with her kit off for most of 'Lair of the White Worm', but then he also brought us Alan Bates and Ollie Reed wrestling naked in 'Women in Love'. ®

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