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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 16 September 2020 Monika Záková
Muka obraznosti (Vladimír Drha, Czechoslovakia, 1990) (featuring Monika Záková as Stázi aged 27) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
Late Communist era Czech comedy set in a textile factory. Back in the days of well-organised societies such a workplace was symbolic of honest toil. But here we see 'birds' dashing about the shop floor in their undies like it was the racier kind of 'seventies caper flick. Truly fin de siècle stuff, but not nearly as interesting as it sounds.
Monika appears in a brief role as an assistant librarian - in a well-organised society the very personification of tease and frivolity. Wearing pebble-lens specs and coquettishly knocking books to the floor, we all know the tricks of this class of minx. She has our callow young hero down the park and his trousers half-way down in no time. A task she finishes off in private. Chappy is abashed, but ultimately well-looked after.
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Updated 14 September 2020 Concha Valero
Depravación (Isabel Mulá, Spain, 1982) (featuring Concha Valero as Lucía aged 24) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with José Gras, Françoise Perrot, Jaime Bascu, Jordi Batalla, Jean Paul Perrier and Patricia Cauzard
Ghastly Americanised Spanish melodrama so overburdened with endless sex scenes it becomes a sort of aversion therapy. Concha doesn't even play the lead, but in a belated recognition of her star quality has two smaller roles to compensate. It's one of those 'dead wife's double' things you see.
Our playboy hero is sleeping one night when Concha appears at the foot of his bed, disrobing frontally and holding out her hands in supplication. For any ladies watching: don't let the fact he was spooked by this put you off trying this at home. It's because (going by the synopsis) he thinks she's a vengeful ghostly apparition; just don't try it on a bloke with any reason to think you are dead.
The second clip must be a flashback. Chummy is reading from what seems to be an early version of the Lovers' Guide. From circa nineteen seventy-one when people had come up with the concept of 'foreplay' but couldn't agree about what it actually entailed. The idea of getting one's beloved wife 'in the mood' by stripping her to the waist and whipping her surely can't have made the second edition. On the other hand, the tip about allowing wisps of her pubic hair to peep from beneath her slip probably did. That's the last hint of any taste or subtlety in the scene (which is like the next one cut down a bit here for reasons of tedium more than anything else).
For the third clip Concha must be in her 'living double' role. She's been lured to chummy's house and is naked in his bed, but seems to be a touch 'frigid'. Never mind, lover boy has been reading a more up-to-date edition of the Guide and is perfectly following all the wise advice written within. Alas for Concha he hasn't yet got up to the chapter where it says what to do when she refuses at the last hurdle. Ouch. Eventually she sneaks away suitably chastened, resolved either to choose her men more carefully in future, or at least to be a little more accommodating to their plans when she's a guest in their homes.
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Updated 11 September 2020 Iwona Bielska
Wilczyca (Marek Piestrak, Poland, 1983) (featuring Iwona Bielska as Maryna Wosinska aged 31) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Krzysztof Jasinski, Stanislaw Brejdygant, Olgierd Lukaszewicz, Henryk Machalica, Leon Niemczyk, Jerzy Prazmowski, Hanna Stankówna, Andrzej Bielski, Jan Blecki, Ludmila Dabrowska, Marian Gancza and Ryszard Jablonski
A treatment of the traditional werewolf theme from Poland. Countess Iwona is suspected of predating on the local sheep in the guise of a wolf, as well as cuckolding her comically timid husband with her dressmaker (they always underplay the lesbian motif in Communist countries which is a shame). Anyway, if this bumbling wreck of an aristocrat doesn't know how to deal with her sort, he knows a man who does...
Professional werewolf hunters tend to be a mix of Van Helsing and Worzel Gummidge apparently. This one knows his folklore: you have to shoot a wolf in the paw and trace the trail of bloodstains back to the nearest Countess, and pray you've got it the right way round this time. Iwona deserves a silver bullet just for her bad attitude never mind the werewolfing, so our man launches into his task with gusto. Afterwards re-enacting the massacre sequence from Tragic Ceremony all on his own. My goodness. There's not much nudity from Iwona, but the final pose she strikes is impressively Junoesque.
Mr. Skin has a page for Iwona Bielska - click here for more of her pics & clips!
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Updated 9 September 2020 Sonia Blanca
Un permiso para ligar (Enrique Guevara, Spain, 1980) (featuring Sonia Blanca as Elisa) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
Spanish comedy in which our hero is spending a beach holiday with his bossy wife, her mother (presumably), and young prima (or something) Sonia. This bunch are slumming it with the living arrangements which leads to all sorts of embarrassments and hilarity.
Blinking himself awake from his siesta one afternoon chummy finds himself gazing at Sonia putting on her bathing knickers (or whatever they're called). This girl must have a commendably relaxed attitude to domestic nudity because she's quite unfazed. Which is more than can be said about the interfering old bat in the next room ha! ha!
Feeling he is neglecting his husbandly obligations one night our hero climbs into the room where wife Esther Ferrer is sleeping alongside another woman, giving her a dutiful 'seeing to' without having to listen to any of her lip. The saving grace of this film is that the characters say each other's names constantly, so we're ahead of the game in identifying the actresses regardless of darkness, mix-ups as to sleeping arrangements etc. So we can tell that wasn't his wife, it was young cousin Sonia. Oops! now he has to serve up 'second helpings' ha! ha! Surprisingly, Sonia was so pleased with how things worked out that she demands a repeat the next day. At this rate our man is going to end his holiday more knackered than he started it ha! ha!
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Updated 7 September 2020 Romy Schneider
Le trio infernal (Francis Girod, France, 1974) (featuring Romy Schneider as Philomena Schmidt aged 36) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Mascha Gonska, Andréa Ferréol, Michel Piccoli, Philippe Brizard, Jean Rigaux, Monica Fiorentini, Luigi Zerbinati, Hubert Deschamps, Monique Tarbès, Francis Claude, Pierre Dac and Jean-Pierre Honoré
Romy is newly married in this French bad taste period comedy. Unfortunately her husband is not just a scheming murderer but a philanderer who dumped his new bride for her little sister on their wedding night.
Here Romy attempts to win her husband's affections back, but oversteps the mark in her struggle to make him so much as glance in her direction. The thing for a man to do here apparently is to ignore what any feminists had to say at the script conference and just slap his woman about a bit. Not too hard, but enough to let her know you have important paperwork and really are quite angry. All very tame, but still an enjoyable piece of light relief.
Mr. Skin has a page for Romy Schneider - click here for more of her pics & clips!
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Updated 4 September 2020 Jazmine Venturini
Un permiso para ligar (Enrique Guevara, Spain, 1980) (featuring Jazmine Venturini as Marita) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
A cheap and cheerful reminder of what your holiday on the Costa Brava should have been like this year. No matter how quiet the resort apparently, and no matter how scrawny, prattish, and bespectacled your own person, you would have been pursued by assorted willowy brunettes with the tendency to all blur into one, relentlessly trying to tug your trousers down. But any females of a dominant character accompanying you would have been ready with a solid ear-bashing the moment they noticed your gaze straying out of line, so you'd have had to keep an eye out for that one.
Jazmine stands out from the crowd for obvious reasons. I like to think she's a poor orphan girl left on the beach that morning by her grandma and told not to come back without a Page 3 contract. Maybe she's just a bit of a randy exhibitionist though.
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Updated 1 September 2020 Charo López
Luto riguroso (José Ramón Larraz, Spain, 1977) (featuring Charo López as Piedad aged 34) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Cristina Ramón, Rafael Arcos, Carlos Ballesteros, Mercedes Borqué, José María Caffarel, Ketty de la Cámara, Jesús Fernández, Eduviges Garcia, Cipe Lincovsky, Domingo Martinez, Ángel Menéndez and Inés Morales
Vintage era Larraz set in a decaying Spanish mountain village, with Charo as an unmarried daughter of a household mourning the death of its patriarch. The title translates as Strict Mourning, referring to the black garb which Charo is reluctant to relinquish and which suits her so well thanks to some superb atmospheric photography.
This is a montage of Charo in and out of her 'widows weeds'. Her mixed-up erotic yearnings become worse when dear little sister Cristina Ramón is raped by a pair of shepherds. Given Larraz's history of over-simplistic plotting I feared Charo would start spending her evenings hanging out at the sheep folds, but happily it doesn't quite come to that.
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Updated 28 August 2020 Andréa Ferréol
Le trio infernal (Francis Girod, France, 1974) (featuring Andréa Ferréol as Noemie aged 27) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Mascha Gonska, Romy Schneider, Michel Piccoli, Philippe Brizard, Jean Rigaux, Monica Fiorentini, Luigi Zerbinati, Hubert Deschamps, Monique Tarbès, Francis Claude, Pierre Dac and Jean-Pierre Honoré
Wealthy matron Andréa is the victim of a particularly gruesome murder in this superior French black comedy. The dastardly villain is abetted by Romy Schneider (actually I think she's as much the ringleader as he is), and accompanied by an increasingly drunken Mascha Gonska on the piano.
All three muck in to dispose of the body (Andréa's husband having predeceased her by about two minutes). It's at this point the girls realise that if you're planning on dissolving someone in a bath of acid you should either feed them up on Ryvita for six months beforehand, or use the downstairs bathroom.
Aficionados of this kind of thing will recognise the prototype of Jan from London's fate in Beyond the Darkness.
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Updated 26 August 2020 Sandra Julien
La maison des filles perdues (Pierre Chevalier, France, 1974) (featuring Sandra Julien as Magda aged 24) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
Dismally unimaginative white-slaver in which what happens to Sandra is pretty much exactly what happened to Magda Mundari earlier on. The two girls even look the same. I reckon Sandra is a cut above though, as if that excuses the repetition.
One minor difference is that Sandra isn't naïve enough to be lured to the greasy nightclub owner's office in the hope of a dance and modelling contract. No, she's a secret agent who's naïve enough to believe she can rifle the office for secret plans and get away with it. The scheming silver-headed swine spends about five minutes with the girl on the carpet administering what he probably thinks is 'foreplay' before noticing some of his paperwork is not in the place he left it...
So it's back to familiar territory, with gang-fumbling of the heroine on the floor of the lock-up. That should fill up another five minutes. It's at this point that the editor realises that far from needing to pad things out the film is actually over-running its time. So the next scene, which should have been the best bit with glamorous Silvia Solar injecting the knock-out drops again, is fast-forwarded into a few moments. Sandra surprises with an able karate chop before making a dash for freedom clutching the remnants of her clothing against her.
Mr. Skin has a page for Sandra Julien - click here for more of her pics & clips!
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Updated 24 August 2020 Mascha Gonska
Le trio infernal (Francis Girod, France, 1974) (featuring Mascha Gonska as Catherine Schmidt aged 22) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Andréa Ferréol, Romy Schneider, Michel Piccoli, Philippe Brizard, Jean Rigaux, Monica Fiorentini, Luigi Zerbinati, Hubert Deschamps, Monique Tarbès, Francis Claude, Pierre Dac and Jean-Pierre Honoré
Alternately elegant and grotesque French comedy. Like a few others of that era starring Michel Piccoli it's liberally spiced with naked young women and has a casual improvised feel. Unusually it boasts some gorgeous art direction and occasionally some engaging mobile camerawork. Most notoriously, the bad taste is so gleefully excessive Joe D'Amato stole its gory set-piece yet had to tone things down to make it suitable for a mere 'video nasty'.
There's no nastiness on display here though. Quite the opposite: only the most innocuous of erotic fantasies, treated with exactly the right amount of playfulness and reserve by the camera. Our dastardly hero has just got married (to Romy Schneider no less) yet is straight away caught frolicking in bed with little sister Mascha. Well you couldn't not invite her to the wedding could you? The inevitable sibling catfight ensues. Later Mascha surprises her sugar daddy with a delicious little game with a bunch of bananas. Perhaps it was a Crying Game stunt that didn't quite work out, but lovely stuff all the same.
For the trio's final swindle Mascha has to re-invent herself as nothing less than a nurse. They're after the insurance payout for a girl they spring from a TB sanatorium. Mascha carries the tragic young thing up to her bedroom. Granted her burden's a wasted consumptive but I was still impressed. Mascha's not just an angel, think how useful she'd be about the house! Anyway, the inevitable happens, and it's rather beautiful to look at. Sometimes I wish real life was more like this, but in the end I can see it getting impractical. Imagine having to break off what you're doing every fifteen minutes to drag two more of your bonnier female friends or kinsfolk off each other and order them to put on some clothes.
Mr. Skin has a page for Mascha Gonska - click here for more of her pics & clips!
21 August 2020 Magda Mundari in 'La maison des filles perdues'
20 August 2020 Corinna Kirchhoff in 'Die Reise'
14 August 2020 Berta Cabré in 'Viaje al más allá'
12 August 2020 Emma Quer in 'No me toques el pito que me irrito'
10 August 2020 Margarita Zakharova in 'Nesrochnaya vesna'
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