The German innkeeper Susan, now leading an acting troupe, travels to Italy and uses feminine wiles to undo an assassination plot against Napoleon, and rescue a local count (a great romancer... See full summary »
Michelle De Winter lives the good life, wining and dining with only the richest men who are fortunate to cross her path. Her daughter Yvette, whom Michelle insists on introducing as her '... See full summary »
Susanna travels to Paris with her small group of actors. There she saves Emperor Napoleon from rather painful predicaments, uncovers a number of nasty court intrigues and finds, with much skill and ability, the man of her choice.
Not your typical Italian western. Outlaw makes good by rescuing raped and beaten dancehall girl who eventually falls for him. Sexually deviated murdering bankers widow "Sybil" adds some ... See full summary »
An Earl and a Colonel both claim ownership of the same castle (including one manservant) by dividing it up with a red line. They bet each other that the first man to bed a local virgin of his choice gets to keep the castle.
Edwige Fenech plays the girlfriend of beatnik-hippy artist Archie (Willi Colombini). Throughout the film Edwige is either having her body painted during a hippy party, posing naked for ... See full summary »
Lame (and racist) but boasts Fenech at her most beautiful form
This is a very lame jungle adventure movie with no real jungle feeling to it and the plot is deplorable (a bunch of whites rob jungle natives of their diamonds and shoot dead dozens of natives like flies on the way as a white jungle girl who has been living among them collaborates in all this atrocity because she fallen for one of the guys), but Edwige Fenech completists might nevertheless like to check it out as it is one of her earlier starring roles (before becoming the queen of Italian crime thrillers). For the record, she is scantily-clad (but never nude, at least in the tv version I watched) and, yes, very beautiful.
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