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Welcome to a database of celebrity nude and sexy scenes. Here you will find many clips you have never seen before. Mostly they are taken from films of thirty years ago or more, when nude scenes in films and TV were guilt-free and plentiful. The criteria for inclusion are personal and hence extremely vague. As a guide, those clips that stand out as original or funny are favoured. This means you are more likely to find obscure actresses from unfashionable countries such as Brazil or East Germany here rather than famous Hollywood stars.
The nude clips are mostly taken from versions of films found in various places on the internet. Often the image quality is poor, but that's not the point. Seeing actresses, favourites and unknowns, unclothed in unusual and amusing situations is what this site is all about.
Updated 25 January 2021 Jeanne Goupil
Paradis pour tous (Alain Jessua, France, 1982) (featuring Jeanne Goupil as Sophie aged 32) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
French satire about a revolutionary new treatment - "flashage" - that rids its subjects of all the deals and issues that get in the way of enjoying modern life. Any dullard can pick up a bonny lass like Jeanne down at the zoo now for instance. Cheaper than a nightclub - or at any rate healthier.
A flashed woman is matter-of-fact about her body (cellulite, stretch-marks etc.) even to the extent of having absolutely no concept of the idea of unsightly pubic hair. Jeanne won't nag you about the squalour of your bachelor pad either; she'll even prioritise a clean-up over putting on her clothes. A little too good to be true maybe, but nice while it lasts.
Mr. Skin has a page for Jeanne Goupil - click here for more of her pics & clips!
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Updated 22 January 2021 Charo López
Anima - Symphonie phantastique (Titus Leber, Austria, 1981) (featuring Charo López as Anima aged 38) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Mathieu Carrière, Bruno Anthony, Marquis DeFrigance, Hans Klein, August Schuschnigg, Christian Renaud, Lukas Scheybal, Henry Gregor and Ghylaine Dumas
A striking visual imagining of the symphony by Berlioz much in the style of Ken Russell only rather better. Set in late 19th Century central Europe our hero is a young army officer, a Robert Powell type channelling Rimmer from Red Dwarf.
Along his life's journey he clashes with Charo as Anima, the female principle. She appears as Woman in her many guises: Woman as whore, Woman as bride, Woman as mother, Woman as clockwork sex toy, Woman as towering sewing-machine sphinx in the town square. Yes things get increasingly odd and offer a clue as to how certain Austrian head doctors got very rich.
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Updated 20 January 2021 Caroline Berg
Paradis pour tous (Alain Jessua, France, 1982) (featuring Caroline Berg as Nicole aged 25) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
The hero of this French satire has invited home an alcoholic colleague from the office only to find a group of noisy folks already looting his house. He's cool with that. And he hasn't even had advance warning they're all about to strip off for an impromptu pool party either.
Why the epic sang-froid? It's down to a pioneering medical treatment; all the other happy young people have had it too. In short it means taking life in one's stride and no more worries about anything. Our man's petite girl chum he picked up at the zoo Jeanne Goupil introduces him to businesslike Caroline who is cheerfully full-frontal before the formalities are even over. So join in, no need to be shy - I swear one bloke is wearing glasses so literally anyone is welcome.
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Updated 18 January 2021 Dragana Mrkic
Iskusavanje djavola (Zivko Nikolic, Yugoslavia, 1989) (featuring Dragana Mrkic as Jelka aged 23) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Alain Noury, Boro Begovic, Husein Cokic, Ljiljana Krstic, Ljiljana Kontic, Ljubisa Samardzic, Branko Vidakovic, Eva Ras, Vesna Pecanac, Olivera Viktorovic, Dragan Nikolic and Vojislav Micovic
Pretentious melodrama set in a dusty mountain village in Montenegro during a timeless time which for sake of definiteness seems to be the nineteen-fifties.
I wasn't able to make much sense of who all the village folk and interlopers were and their relationships to each other. It's abundantly clear however that Dragana is a shepherdess (even more perfect than milkmaid as an occupation for a village girl) whose haunting consumptive beauty is at the heart of a web of intrigue, jealousy, and lust.
We spy on Dragana as she tries on her new dress amongst a flock of sheep in the barn. Because it was probably the most private place she could find - don't laugh, these animals would go some way to covering her modesty if only they could all be trained to raise their heads at just the right time. Unfortunately some lecher follows her in for a non-consensual 'roll in the hay'.
After a nice hot soak in the tub courtesy of an indulgent mother (or favourite auntie) Dragana is ready for a ritualistic undressing followed by sexual submission to a smooth-talking outsider right there on the fleece-covered floor of her lonely cottage.
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Updated 15 January 2021 Isela Vega
Las cariñosas (Rafael Portillo, Mexico, 1979) (featuring Isela Vega aged 40) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Lyn May, Sasha Montenegro, Juan Alonso, Pepe Arévalo, Carlos Bravo y Fernández, Yari Caballero, Víctor Manuel Castro, Arturo Cobo, Luis de Alba, Yadira Del Valle, Leandro Espinoza and Susana Galli
Typical Mexican showgirl comedy in which Isela seems to be a headline dancer. But she's more often seen in an office than on the stage; perhaps she has very good organisational skills, or maybe she's a natural at sweet-talking senior executives.
Whatever, in the bedroom Isela seems not very good at putting people at their ease. As she peels off her underwear her victim's knees turn to jelly. Perhaps he thinks she's a wrestler? A pretty dull scene, so a good place to tag on a quick review of the chorus line backstage. Quantity over quality seems to be the maxim.
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Updated 13 January 2021 Me Me Lai
Ultimo mondo cannibale (Ruggero Deodato, Italy, 1977) (featuring Me Me Lai as Pulan aged 25) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Massimo Foschi, Ivan Rassimov, Sheik Razak Shikur, Judy Rosly, Suleiman and Shamsi
The average standard of cannibal films is, if we're honest, pretty low. Sometimes I even catch myself thinking that if I don't find a good one soon I'm going to give up watching them altogether. Happily this first of Deodato's efforts is that film. After a slow start parts of it are magnificent, as lost-in-the-jungle oil prospector Massimo Foschi slowly regresses from civilisation back to the mean (pun intended).
Disappointingly the cannibals are almost exclusively male, Me Me being the notable exception. Today our hero, under the malign influence of his surroundings, and in the middle of an especially bad day, is testing the theory that women would be less sullenly uncooperative if they were kept on leashes when they're not being beaten and raped. Ugh! Ugh! BIFF!! result!
When our man wakes from his debauch he finds Me Me has prepared him a delicious meal. And she's prioritised this over repairing her loincloth and will be full-frontal for the foreseeable future. It's just about the most romantic thing I've ever seen. Maybe the sexual politics wouldn't pass muster nowadays, but the idea of eating nothing but creepy-crawlies certainly would. You just have to learn the technique for spitting out the bits that stick in your teeth.
Later on the filmic device of accompanying mouth-watering banquets with florid musical scores will bite back on the viewer. For we are near the end of our party's long struggle through the jungle with cannibals in pursuit, and alas Me Me has not made it. This is her big death scene. A classic which speaks for itself.
Mr. Skin has a page for Me Me Lai - click here for more of her pics & clips!
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Updated 11 January 2021 Dirke Altevogt
Femmes (Tana Kaleya, Spain, 1983) (featuring Dirke Altevogt as Chloé) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Tina Sportolaro, Helmut Berger, Alexandra Stewart, Eva Cobo and José Luis de Vilallonga
Soft erotica set on a private Mediterranean island where a lot of very predictable things happen. Today for instance Dirke is being painted semi-nude by handsome older woman Alexandra Stewart, the mother of her best friend. I'm a bit suspicious about the monochrome nature of this artist's palette by the way; it reminds me of that time I left my nieces to paint the skirting boards and they got carried away.
Dirke finds herself alone when daughter Eva Cobo dashes in (all three girls on the island are needy disruptive little bitches) and the lizard-like resident male gets his chance to make a move.
Mr. Skin has a page for Dirke Altevogt - click here for more of her pics & clips!
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Updated 8 January 2021 Annie Girardot
La donna scimmia (Marco Ferreri, Italy, 1964) (featuring Annie Girardot as Maria Esposito in Semola aged 33) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Ugo Tognazzi, Achille Majeroni, Filippo Pompa Marcelli, Ermelinda De Felice, Elvira Paolini, Ugo Rossi, Vittoria Esposito, Antonio Altoviti, Tonino Cianci, Eva Belami and Marco Ferreri
Biting Italian satire about a young woman growing up with such disfiguring bodily hirsuteness that she can only hide herself away slaving in the kitchen of a convent.
Turning such an egregious personal problem into a high-class novelty striptease act is not the sort of idea that would occur to everyone. But then not everyone is a greasy Italian wideboy of the sort that rescues poor Annie by asking the nuns for her hand in marriage. Having failed to sell her to the Arabs he settles for the cabaret act. Quite a nice one it is too - at least for the time. Though perhaps a little too overly-groomed; I can anticipate grumblings from the audience that "monkey-woman" Annie showed more body hair in Shock Treatment.
Mr. Skin has a page for Annie Girardot - click here for more of her pics & clips!
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Updated 6 January 2021 Carline Seiser
Die Hamburger Krankheit (Peter Fleischmann, France, 1979) (featuring Carline Seiser as Ulrike aged 19) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Helmut Griem, Fernando Arrabal, Tilo Prückner, Ulrich Wildgruber, Rainer Langhans, Leopold Hainisch, Romy Haag, Evelyn Künneke, Peter von Zahn, Rosel Zech, Juliana Amici and Andreas Beuermann
Entertaining German dystopian satire about the government response to a virus outbreak that may or may not be a bunch of fairy bollocks. Where they got the idea from I do not know.
Amongst a grotesque gallery of misfits Carline pretty much sleepwalks through the whole thing. Eventually though she has a 'decontamination' scene (I would have been pretty angry if she hadn't). After being manhandled naked by goons in hazmat suits the quick-thinking-for-once girl grabs the gown from the fattest (and dare I say loveliest?) of the matrons in the processing queue and makes the traditional 'mental patient dash' for freedom while struggling to put the thing on.
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Updated 4 January 2021 Sasha Montenegro
Las cariñosas (Rafael Portillo, Mexico, 1979) (featuring Sasha Montenegro aged 31) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
Mexican comedy set in the familiar milieu of exotic dancers. From the plot we can expect no lack of asininity so will not look into it. Suffice it to say that Sasha plays a wife with all the homely virtues, not least glasses. Her greaseball husband seems to have decided to give her a 'makeover' so he can pimp her out to any fat nobody with money.
It's quite a transformation; not quite my style, but veteran viewers of Coronation Street might like to imagine she is Rita Fairclough. They might not even be wrong, she did some on-off nightclub work didn't she?
Mr. Skin has a page for Sasha Montenegro - click here for more of her pics & clips!
30 December 2020 Sanja Vejnovic in 'Varljivo leto '68'
28 December 2020 Tina Sportolaro in 'Femmes'
24 December 2020 Yelena Stepanova in 'Myshelovka'
23 December 2020 Lyn May in 'Las cariñosas'
21 December 2020 Dirke Altevogt in 'Madame Claude 2'
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