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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 30 Oct 2016 2 clips of Sandra Graffi
Vadias Pelo Prazer (Antonio Meliande, Brazil, 1982) (featuring Sandra Graffi aged 20)
with Vanessa Alves, Luiz Carlos Braga, Elys Cardoso, Carlos Casan, Célia Coutinho, Taya Fatoon, Heitor Gaiotti, Regina Helena, Sérgio Hingst and Carlos Milani
Mostly forgettable pornochanchada starring Sandra and Vanessa Alves as two carefree and well-to-do young sisters.
In the first scene Vanessa joins Sandra in a bathtub that seems scarcely big enough for herself alone. Maybe people from large families can work out how to get away with this sort of thing but I can't. 'But Uncle', the girls will say, 'it's easy! All the spare water just sloshes onto the floor!' Hmm. I bet this is how Archimedes came up with his Principle. When he'd finished with the mop and bucket he noticed that the spillage weighed exactly the same as his youngest niece.
The second clip is a dull sex scene made no better by Sandra's beau having an arse hairier than James Martin's. Things pick up afterwards when Sandra gets off the bed and as is her wont starts bossing the ape around.
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Updated 4 Sep 2016 1 clip of Anna Romantowska
Ceremonia pogrzebowa (Jacek Bromski, Poland, 1985) (featuring Anna Romantowska as Teresa aged 35) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
Polish drama set after a family funeral in which Anna has an intimate love scene complete with tasteful glimspe of pubic hair and guilt-induced weepiness. It's preceded here by some brief whisky-fuelled bedroom giggles alongside Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieslak, one of the lesbians from Another Way. Just as a hint (you don't have to take it if you don't want to) that it could just as well have been that handsome young lady behind the toe kissing and implied tongue action.
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Updated 4 Sep 2016 1 clip of Malgorzata Pieczynska
Ceremonia pogrzebowa (Jacek Bromski, Poland, 1985) (featuring Malgorzata Pieczynska as Malgorzata aged 25) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
Elegant bed-hopping drama set among the Polish intelligentsia somewhat in the manner of Claude Chabrol. I'm not going to get bogged down explaining who is who (Malgorzata plays 'Malgorzata' alright?) except to say there are two brothers involved and the stolid bespectacled one is married to somebody else.
Malgorzata's beauty is very much in the Pre-Raphaelite style, so it's a little incongruous to see her with such small pert breasts and wearing men's shirts, but I like it. Later she reverts to type trying to drown herself in the lake, but it's all in good sport.
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Updated 3 Sep 2016 1 clip of Vera Glagoleva
Vyyti zamuzh za kapitana (Vitaliy Melnikov, Soviet Union, 1985) (featuring Vera Glagoleva as Lena Zhuravlyova aged 29) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Viktor Proskurin, Vera Vasileva, Nikolai Rybnikov, Yuriy Demich, Svetlana Kryuchkova, Fyodor Odinokov, Tatyana Rudina and Valentina Berezutskaya
Vera is a sort of Russian equivalent of Mireille Darc; a blonde with such an enticingly innocent aura even her tendency to comic eccentricity isn't quite the turn-off it ought to be. There's an irresistible temptation to keep watching her films until you find one where she gets her baps out. Hence this typically wistful Russian romantic comedy.
Our hero is a balding army Captain, not exactly past it, but no doubt he feels his chances of romance have all but slipped away by now. Enter scatty photojournalist Vera, in a bathrobe, showing off the bruises on her thighs. I couldn't follow the dialogue but attention seeker that she is I bet she was claiming to have got them fighting Chuck Norris. But can any man honestly say he would have booted this pest out of his life right there and then?
The Captain takes Vera out for a drive in his pride and joy (a GAZ Pobeda!), stopping by a lake. He has brought his bathing trunks, but predictably Vera hasn't planned so far ahead - not even to the extent of learning to swim! I thought our man handled the embarrassing situation in a tolerably chivalrous way, but marks knocked off for the sneaky look over the shoulder disguised as an attempt at the backstroke.
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Updated 1 Sep 2016 1 clip of Bozena Adamek
Epitafium dla Barbary Radziwillówny (Janusz Majewski, Poland, 1983) (featuring Bozena Adamek as Elzbieta Habsbuzanka aged 31) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Anna Dymna, Jerzy Zelnik, Aleksandra Slaska, Krzysztof Kolberger, Zdzislaw Kozien, Stanislaw Zatloka, Jerzy Trela, Boguslaw Sochnacki, Leonard Pietraszak and Franciszek Pieczka
From a strange and morbid Polish historical drama. Our hero King Zygmunt is trying to have an erotic dream about his queen-to-be Barbara (Anna Dymna), the fly in the ointment being his previous sickly consort Elzbieta (Bozena). When your aethereal mediaeval fantasy ladies expose themselves frontally only to literally fling mud in your eye (bet you wouldn't catch the Lady of Shalott doing that) you know you have deep-seated psychological problems. But then without deep-seated psychological problems we probably wouldn't have a film.
This untouched extract is for reasons of aesthetics very washed-out; if you were to fiddle with the contrast settings on your media player nobody would blame you.
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