Lady chatterleys lover sex scene photo
Hutchinson demonstrated that an audience member who claimed to have seen an erect penis could have been looking at an actor's thumb.
Other clients included model Christine Keeler, a key figure in the 1963 "Profumo Affair" sex-and-espionage scandal; Soviet spy George Blake; and drug smuggler Howard Marks.
Born in 1915 to parents who were part of London's literary Bloomsbury group, Hutchinson attended Oxford University and served in the Royal Navy during World War II, surviving the torpedoing of his ship HMS Kelly during the Battle of Crete.
After the war he became a criminal lawyer and was made a member of the House of Lords in 1978 as Baron Hutchinson of Lullington.
One Sunday morning, Clifford and Connie go into the woods, which are beautiful in early summer.
They discuss the plight of the coal-miners, with Connie complaining about the hideousness and hopelessness of the miners' lives, and Clifford taking the position that he, as a capitalist, is doing his responsibility to provide work for the common people.
It is in his approach to sex that Mellors can be most difficult to appreciate.
After recounting his history of sexual woes, Mellors begins a heated discussion of the purpose of sex, and the nature of sexual satisfaction.
But she began to assert herself too aggressively, holding out when he wanted sex, refusing to have orgasms with him, seizing sexual control.
They began to sleep separately, and to hate each other.
But they resolve their quarrel in a moment of longing and tenderness, after which they have sex on the rug.
They fall asleep, and when they wake up in the morning they once again make love.