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Reviews and pictures of actress Barbara Marzano naked in "La sanguisuga conduce la danza" and "I sette magnifici cornuti".
A rather obscure Italian brunette with a very brief career in the lesser sleazefests of the 'seventies.
Come fu che Masuccio Salernitano, fuggendo con le brache in mano, riuscì a conservarlo sano (Silvio Amadio, Italy, 1972) (as Monna Lisetta)
Finalmente... le mille e una notte (Antonio Margheriti, Italy, 1972) (as Aziza)
Ancora una volta prima di lasciarci (Giuliano Biagetti, Italy, 1973)
Il prato macchiato di rosso (Riccardo Ghione, Italy, 1973) (as A gypsy)
Le mille e una notte... e un'altra ancora (Enrico Bomba, Italy, 1973) (as Sherazad)
I racconti di Canterbury N. 2 (Lucio Dandolo, Italy, 1973)
Le favolose notti d'oriente (Mino Guerrini, Italy, 1973)
La seduzione (Fernando Di Leo, Italy, 1973)
Le amorose notti di Ali Baba (Luigi Latini de Marchi, Italy, 1973) (as Slave)
I corpi presentano tracce di violenza carnale (Sergio Martino, Italy, 1973)
# I sette magnifici cornuti (Luigi Russo, Italy, 1974) (featuring Barbara Marzano) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
From one of a collection of seven short comic stories. The first half showed the influence of too much Jodorowsky; this second and arguably less peculiar half just shows the influence of too much Italian comedy. Our ageing and physically deteriorating hero appears to be attending a clinic for impotence which uses technology spun off from the Apollo moon landings.
The most intriguing part is the elaborate mechanism that prepares the young female volunteer for docking/re-entry/whatevers-your-pun. Yes, science has finally invented the Niece Washing Machine! Take the misery out of bath night once and for all! When they come up with a model that does two at a time I'm sold.
# La sanguisuga conduce la danza (Alfredo Rizzo, Italy, 1975) (featuring Barbara Marzano as "Mary, the maid") ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
This is an extended extract from an unusually feeble and daft horror-giallo set a hundred years ago in a castle in Ireland. It's not a compilation of scenes by the way, and doesn't have some sort of fan-dub of comic dialogue. I just thought it was worth pointing that out.
There are four actresses featured, but I'm not entirely sure who they all are to be honest, so I've filed the clip under Barbara's name. Mary the chambermaid was always my favourite character. She could be a tease, and might keep you awake after lights-out, but I still wouldn't mind having her as a roommate.
Quant'è bella la Bernarda, tutta nera, tutta calda (Lucio Dandolo, Italy, 1975)
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