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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 23 Jun 2017 1 clip of Francinette Costa
A Árvore dos Sexos (Silvio de Abreu, Brazil, 1977) (featuring Francinette Costa as Ritinha) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Élida L'Astorina, Nádia Lippi, Ney Santanna, Felipe Carone, Yolanda Cardoso, Marivalda, Gracinda Freire, Maria Lúcia Dahl, Sonia Mamede and Maria Rosa
Daft sex comedy set in a sleepy tropical Brazilian backwater, wherein a tree in the town square begins sprouting suggestively-shaped fruits (cf. 'O Inseto do Amor (1980)').
In this early expository scene someone's nieces appear to have broken loose. Francinette is picnicking with her sister Élida L'Astorina (don't be fooled by the angel face and Little Mermaid pose, she's the bossy one) by the river. After splashing around for a while and clambering across the rocks in ungainly fashion our girl gets around to saying her lines.
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Updated 10 Jun 2017 1 clip of Aldine Muller
Uma Cama Para Sete Noivas (Brazil, 1979) (featuring Aldine Muller aged 26) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Márcio Camargo, Tony Tornado, Renata Candu, Silas Bueno, Kátia Spencer, Novani Novakoski, Rosângela de Faria and Cleide Singer
Forgettable pornochanchada about seven different brides and one tacky honeymoon suite. This scene features the only 'normal' newlyweds. It's tame by Aldine's sandards, but I enjoy her chubby bum and girl-next door looks, and there's some nicely chosen music to accompany the action.
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Updated 9 Jun 2017 2 clips of Indra Brike
Sudbinushka (Aivars Freimanis, Latvia, 1989) (featuring Indra Brike as Young Dartha aged 32) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Dita Krenberga
Biopic about 19th century Latvian folklorist Krishjanis Baron who dedicated his life to the collection and preservation of folk songs. A worthy subject for some attractive photography in the chocolate-boxy style.
Perhaps for no better reason than to show he wasn't just an industrious scholar but an all-round good egg who still found time to attend to his domestic responsibilities we have this short scene depicting his young wife's bath night. 'So that's you finished', says our man with grim satisfaction, 'now where's that sister of yours hiding?'. I'm not certain she has a sister actually, let alone one who looks so much alike, but there were two such scenes for no clear reason, and when I can't follow the storyline I feel free to make the best of things.
The story continues in its prettified but unimaginative way with a wedding night defloration scene. One which carries on I was pleased to see all the way through to the lovely Indra laying the breakfast table. There's a delightful moment spotlighting the happy young couple's shyness: 'I promise to stop peeping', says the distinguished curator of the folk poetry of a nation, 'if you promise to come away from the window'.
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Updated 5 Jun 2017 1 clip of Evgenia Dodina
Uroki Muzyki (Sergey Artsibashev, Soviet Union, 1990) (featuring Evgenia Dodina as Nina aged 26) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Lyudmila Ivanilova
Typically dour late Soviet comic domestic drama in which shabby and overcrowded living conditions seem to be the prime source of conflict between the mostly criminal and alcoholic cast of characters. Evgenia spends much of the early part of the film sitting in the corner of the room looking glum, perhaps mulling over when would be a good time to give the family the news she's dying of tuberculosis.
So why am I watching this? Well partly because consumptive gothic beauties are my thing, but also for the chance of a touch of magic. Films from this place and time are good for that sort of thing, and this one doesn't let us down.
Our heroine, trudging wearily into the flat out of the snow, suddenly has the inspiration to put on her glad-rags and go out and party! In the process she treats her little brother so abominably he actually feels obliged to get up and leave the room.
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Updated 17 May 2017 2 clips of Larisa Guzeeva
Anna Petrovna (Inessa Seleznyova, Soviet Union, 1989) (featuring Larisa Guzeeva aged 30) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Yelena Yunger, Valeriy Khromushkin, Yelena Adruzova, Vladimir Knyazev and Stepan Starchikov
Elegantly filmed Soviet drama from a novel by Gennadi Golovin about an old woman reminiscing mostly about the relatively idyllic times just before the War.
The first scene is poorly motivated; briefly Larisa does the 'walk of shame' through the village before walking in wraith-like on a family meal. She must have had a really wild one because her poor old auntie doesn't just cut off her clothes and her hair, she even burns it all afterwards! Meanwhile Larisa wallows naked in a tin tub in the back yard (in fine weather just as good as in front of a roaring fire, and hang it if everyone can see), crying.
The second clip follows Larisa shedding her blouse on a sultry walk through the woods. There's not much of her on show (hey it's only literature!) but it's nicely staged.
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