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Le déchaînement pervers de Manuela (1983)

Photographer/journalist Emanuelle explores the prostitution racket and drug trafficking.


(as John Bird)


(as Aristide Massaccesi)


Cast overview:
Manuela / Emanuelle (archive footage)
Gabriele Tinti ...
Steve Barclay / Barkley (archive footage)
Mark Shannon ...
Misha Albertson / Pierson (archive footage)
Annj Goren ...
Iris (archive footage) (as Anne Goren)
Ely Galleani ...
Susan Towers (archive footage)
George Eastman ...
Jacob (archive footage)


Photographer/journalist Emanuelle explores the prostitution racket and drug trafficking.

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20 July 1983 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Unleashed Perversions of Emanuelle  »

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This film is composed entirely of clips from other films, redubbed to created a new film. Clips are from Emanuelle nera Orient reportage (1976), Eva nera (1976), Emanuelle e gli ultimi cannibali (1977), La Via della prostituzione (1977), and possibly others. Hardcore inserts were also added. See more »


Edited from Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals (1977) See more »

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What's really perverse is that this mess was ever released.
18 December 2014 | by (Hampshire, England) – See all my reviews

Enterprising Italian exploitation director Joe D'amato does his best to create something for nothing by splicing together various totally unrelated scenes from his earlier Black Emanuelle movies (all of which starred dusky beauty Laura Gemser) and re-dubbing the resultant mess to tell a totally new tale. Unsurprisingly, the finished product is completely incomprehensible and an incredible bore for anyone who has already investigated the films from which the archive footage has been pilfered.

Emanuelle's Perverse Outburst begins in soft-core mode, with several rather dull romps taken from Black Emanuelle, Emanuelle in Bangkok, and Emanuelle and the White Slave Traders (and only the vaguest semblance of a story to tie them all together). Events eventually enter adult territory as D'amato throws in assorted sex scenes borrowed from his more explicit movies (most notably, Erotic Nights of the Living Dead). Umpteen boring blow-jobs and a bit of humdrum humping later and the film finally ends, and not a moment too soon as far as this viewer is concerned.

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