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Tarzana sesso selvaggio

In Lose the skin, Paprika Chips on July 2, 2015 at 9:32 pm

Title: Tarzana sesso selvaggio
Production: Italy 1969
Director: Guido Malatesta
Cast:  Ken Clark, Franca Polesello, Beryl Cunningham
Run Time: 89min
Circulation: PAL DVDR
Generation/Source: Super8 Master
Language: Italian
Subtitles: None


Telecine of a rare Italian Super8 release.

“African expedition finds wild white girl living with animals on a backlot jungle set. Although not reflected in the IMDB credits, the titular (and then some) role is played by Femi Benussi, at her most gorgeous. There are bad guys and good guys on the expedition, but the principal point of the film is summed up in the observation that Femi spends about 99% of her screen time wearing nothing but a little junglekini thong bottom. (She looks terrific, traveling the jungle on elephantback.) At one point she finds some of the expedition’s castoff junk, including discarded clothing, and slips into a jacket she’s found in the debris. Her pet chimp eyes her up and down, then shakes his head “no” and she slips right back out of the jacket. (This seems to be conclusive proof that the Darwinian theory is, after all, correct.)” ~imdb


Pyjama Girl Case

In Paprika Chips, Somebody got murdered on July 2, 2015 at 9:26 pm

Title: Pyjama Girl Case (La ragazza dal pigiama giallo)
Production: Italy 1977
Director: Flavio Mogherini
Cast:  Ray Milland, Dalila Di Lazzaro, Michele Placido
Run Time: 98min
Circulation: PAL DVDR
Generation/Source: DVD Custom
Language: Italian, English, German
Subtitles: English


A lordretsudo project, enhancing the German retail with English subtitles.

“Two seemingly separate stories in New South Wales: a burned, murdered body of a young woman is found on the beach, and a retired inspector makes inquiries; also, Linda, a waitress and ferry attendant, has several lovers and marries one, but continues seeing the others. The police have a suspect in the murder, but the retired inspector is convinced they’re wrong; he continues a methodical investigation. Linda and her husband separate, and there are complications. Will the stories cross or are they already twisted together?” ~imdb