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Reviews and pictures of actress Marzia Damon naked in "La mano che nutre la morte" and "Byleth (Il demone dell'incesto)".
Another slim and pert starlet who spent a few years in obscure Italian genre films, sometimes under the name of Katia Chiani or variations thereof.
Madness - Gli occhi della luna (Cesare Rau, Italy, 1971)
Sexy Sinners (Marino Girolami, Italy, 1972) (as Martina)
# Byleth (Il demone dell'incesto) (Leopoldo Savona, Italy, 1972) (featuring Marzia Damon as Gisella)
with Claudia Gravy, Mark Damon, Aldo Bufi Landi, Franco Jamonte, Tony Denton, Fernando Cerulli, Silvana Pompili, Franco Marletta, Antonio Anelli and Carla Mancini
One of those period horror/giallo crossovers that combined the stylised Italian suspense thrillers popular at the time with traditional Hammer-style gothic horror (cf. La morte ha sorriso all'assassino). There is a moment in every self-respecting giallo when the blundering detective fingers a very implasuible suspect; in this case it's 'Byleth, Demon of Incest' who did it apparently, which is pushing the envelope of daftness even by the standards of the genre. But the suspicions are not entirely without foundation, because this film is about a man with some serious sexual hang-ups about his sister (Claudia Gravy) ...
The first clip sees our tortured hero peeping in on the obligatory stable sex scene. Underneath the ostler (I think they're called) is of course Marzia. It's a good scene with her bronzed limbs, perky puffy-nippled breasts, and of course soft black pubic hair all on show. I don't entirely like the way she sits up at the end; there's something a tiny bit creepy about it.
Moving on (about two minutes) to the second clip, this time Marzia is clearly inviting our man into her bed. Yes, her hands and upper torso are in body language speaking a definite come-on. But for the paranoid it's worth mentioning this is also the classic entrapment pose used by centuries dead vampires - we're back to that tiny-bit-creepy-ness again. As it turns out there's only one person responsible for the failure of this assignation; you can always tell it's going to end limply when a man buries his head in the lady's bust and refuses to come out.
The third clip is where Marzia finally gets 'done in'. But who 'did' it? Our hero? The nosy man who looked like Antoine de Caunes? Or was it Byleth, Demon of Incest after all? These Italians just love to keep you guessing ...
More Sexy Canterbury Tales (Joe D'Amato, Italy, 1972) (as Madonna Lavinia)
What the Chambermaid Saw (Marino Girolami, Italy, 1973)
Il sesso della strega (Angelo Pannacciò, Italy, 1973) (as Gloria)
Le amanti del mostro (Sergio Garrone, Italy, 1974)
# La mano che nutre la morte (Sergio Garrone, Italy, 1974) (featuring Marzia Damon as Katja Olenov) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Carmen Silva, Klaus Kinski, Katia Christine, Stella Calderoni, Romano De Gironcoli, Alessandro Perrella, Carla Mancini, Luigi Bevilacqua, Bruno Arié and Osiride Pevarello
Old-fashioned Italian 'castle of Doctor Loony' style gothic horror in which Marzia must run the traditional gauntlet of lesbianism, rape, and unethical medical experiments. Being of the plucky persuasion our girl avoids the latter hazard thanks to a well-aimed blow with a brass poker, but still gets to show her fabulously pert little titties in a lesbian scene with Carmen Silva, then gets chased out of bed by the doctor's (Klaus Kinski natch) horrible hunchback henchman.
La sanguisuga conduce la danza (Alfredo Rizzo, Italy, 1975) (as Rosalind)
Scusi eminenza... posso sposarmi? (Salvatore Bugnatelli, Italy, 1975)
La commessa (Riccardo Garrone, Italy, 1975)
Holocaust parte seconda: i ricordi, i deliri, la vendetta (Angelo Pannacciò, Italy, 1980) (as Mathilda)
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