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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 15 Jun 2016 1 clip of Victoria Vera
Ispanskaya aktrisa dlya russkogo ministra (Sebastián Alarcón, Soviet Union, 1990) (featuring Victoria Vera as Angela aged 37) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Olga Tolstetskaya, Sergey Gazarov, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Leonid Kuravlyov, Natalya Fateeva, Sergey Nikonenko, Aleksandr Berda, Boris Smorchkov, Borislav Brondukov and Aleksandr Pankratov-Chyornyy
Late Soviet-era satire whose title (A Spanish Actress for the Russian Minister) does an adequate job of explaining the plot and who plays who. This is an elegant morning-after scene in a hotel in Spain. Victoria is in good shape as she approaches forty, filling out her figure just enough to appear healthy, but the tanned 'n' bland look leaves me a little cold. Speaking of weight gain, casting that blob in the lead was a stroke of genius. Very easy to identify with for any of us people at home worried we've let ourselves go too much for Victoria still to be a plausible 'pull'.
Mr. Skin has a page for Victoria - click here for more of her pics & clips!
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Updated 13 Apr 2016 1 clip of Olga Sumskaya
Solomennye kolokola (Yuri Ilyenko, Soviet Union, 1987) (featuring Olga Sumskaya) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Lyudmila Efimenko, Les Serdyuk, Filipp Ilyenko, Sergei Podgornyj, Mikhail Golubovich, Nina Matviyenko, Boris Galkin, Mayya Bulgakova, Sergei Galetij and Nikolai Murarash
A typically flamboyant wartime piece from Ukrainian director Yuri Ilyenko in which refugee Olga, out of reasons of stylistic appropriateness if not actual plot necessity, takes a bath in a snow-bound rural hovel. One of those old-fashioned 'tin-tub' and 'no clothes' ones too. A real work of art; even your actual Bonnard or Degas would have been proud to have created this masterpiece.
One thing is curious: Olga takes so much care in the preparation of her bath, almost as for a religious ritual, yet doesn't check for such a predictable hazard as being leched at from the shadows by some horrible dwarf. She could at least have glanced in the corners, checked if that really was just a pile of old coats on the straw bed after all. Then "Hop off Toksvig", she might have said, "I can do without your sort hanging around when I'm taking a bath". But no. Conclusion: women secretly like that sort of thing.
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Updated 4 Apr 2016 1 clip of Hara Angelousi
Vortex (Nikos Koundouros, USA, 1967) (featuring Hara Angelousi as Filippos' Girlfriend) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Philippo Vlachos, Fanis Hinas, Alexis Mann, George Willing, Assounda Arka, Jacqueline Blaire, Dimitris Coromilas and Yorgo Voyagis
Classic avant garde tragedy starkly photographed on an Aegean island in over-exposed black-and-white. Director Nikos Koundouros (Young Aphrodites, 1922) places slim young Hara at the heart of the vortex that fatally draws in the men around her. Hardly her fault really, her being the only girl around and all, though you wouldn't guess it from the misogyny which oozes through the script.
It's an odd film, made by Greeks but featuring English characters, all sporting the styles of late-period swinging London, complete with the pretty-boy arrogance that so often went with the young men of the era. The film-within-a-film structure visualises the director as Greek as Nana Mouskouri (check the specs!) but dubs him in Home Counties English too. A bit incongruous, but enough of worrying about things like that.
Hara has a timeless Mediterranean beauty, mysterious-eyed, slim, dark, and (ahem) naturally hairy. She also performs some very physical love-making here that looks like parts of it just might be for real. What more do you need to make a classic sex scene? How about her tearing herself out of a clingy mock-Victorian striped bathing suit in which she was playing hopscotch shortly beforehand to do it.
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Updated 9 Mar 2016 1 clip of Nadia Cassini
La dottoressa ci sta col colonnello (Michele Massimo Tarantini, Italy, 1980) (featuring Nadia Cassini as Dottoressa Eva Russell aged 31) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Lino Banfi, Alvaro Vitali, Malisa Longo, Bruno Minniti, Lucio Montanaro, Enzo Andronico, Dino Cassio, Thomas Rudy, Luciano Amodio and Valentino Simeoni
Typical Italian comedy about... well it never became absolutely crystal clear but seeing as the title mentions a lady doctor it's probably about a penis transplant. And our fat sweaty oaf of a hero is to be the lucky recipient! Nadia is repaid for her cutting-edge medical skills by having her statuesque figure constantly leered at, but luckily she's a sport.
Mr. Skin has a page for Nadia - click here for more of her pics & clips!
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Updated 7 Mar 2016 1 clip of Judy Geeson
Three Into Two Won't Go (Peter Hall, UK, 1969) (featuring Judy Geeson as Ella Patterson aged 21) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Rod Steiger, Claire Bloom, Peggy Ashcroft, Paul Rogers, Lynn Farleigh, Elizabeth Spriggs, Sheila Allen and Diana Webster
Middle-aged sales rep Rod Steiger has a brief hotel fling with free-spirited hitcher Judy in this bleak British melodrama. After all what could possibly go wrong? Think she's going to drop in at the office? Introduce herself to the wife?? Nah.
I can't really believe in the cynical sexual wickedness of Judy's character here. She even rates her conquests in a little black book for goodness sake! She's much more the mischievous young niece type, the sort who refuses to put her clothes back on until you've finished the game of hide and seek. As witnessed in the second scene.
After a day spent at the races (slot-car races oddly enough ("Funbowl"?! Where were these places when I was young?)) Judy displays a not-unpredictable penchant for the abhorred practice of streaking. From the chambermaid's attic all the way down the landings to Steiger's suite, with a detour to take in the boiler room I shouldn't be surprised. And don't be fooled by her "pretend you're not with me" quip; she's promised to shout rude words if he ever tries that ruse. A truly nerve-shredding experience, and no way at all to treat a man having a mid-life crisis.
Mr. Skin has a page for Judy - click here for more of her pics & clips!
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