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Andrea (1968)
"Andrea - Wie ein Blatt auf nackter Haut" (original title)

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Andrea is a young woman with innocent looks, but a ravishing sexual appetite. By using her sexuality she can get most anything she wants, but as each days passes she gets deeper and deeper ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview:
Dagmar Lassander ...
Andrea
Ralph Clemente ...
Thomas
Arthur Brauss ...
Joschi
Hans von Borsody ...
Frederick
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Peter
Herbert Fux ...
Felix
Anne Famos ...
Mila
Gita Rena ...
Clarisse
Fred Bernhoff ...
Dr. Wagner
Helmut Alimonta ...
Schorsch
Ingrid Simon ...
Luisa
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Andrea is a young woman with innocent looks, but a ravishing sexual appetite. By using her sexuality she can get most anything she wants, but as each days passes she gets deeper and deeper into a world that she despises and fears she will never escape. Written by Ørnås

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She's everything a man desires!

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24 October 1968 (West Germany)  »

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(Eastmancolor)

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1.66 : 1
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One of the most truly fabulous films I have had the pleasure to see in a long, long time.
23 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

One of the most truly fabulous films I have had the pleasure to see in a long, long time. After trawling through the murk of euro-grime for so long one always hopes to discover something genuinely delicious. The premise is delightfully simple; the equally delightful Dagmar Lassander spends the majority of the film in various states of undress exposing her gnarly philosophy of free love; this loosely translates into the trails of the uber-lissome redhead who proceeds to bed all who venture too close to her libidinous, and somewhat carnivorous cooch. Andrea The Nympho is a pacy, lurid masterpiece of late 60's German exploitation, festooned with an especially majestic jazz funk score by the marvelously moniker-ed Hans Hammerschmidt; Hans is a stone groove, man, and he really brings on the gritty go-go Martini grooves with aplomb; replete with sleazoid, hepcat drum breaks and myriad, bouncy, bad ass keys. Even Gert Wilden 'aint got nothing' on onkle Hans here!


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