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Caligula and Messalina (1981)
"Caligula et Messaline" (original title)

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Cast

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Vladimir Brajovic ...
Betty Roland ...
Françoise Blanchard ...
Raul Cabrera
Gino Turini ...
Caligula (as John Turner)
Angelo Arquilla
Piotr Stanislas
Vincent Lo Monaco
Fanny Magier
Laurence Lovall
Antonio Passalia ...
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Dominique Irissou
Marie-Noëlle Arnoult
Silvie Dezabauneix
Kathy Sadik ...
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21 July 1982 (France)  »

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Caligula's Perversions  »

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Edited from Pontius Pilate (1962) See more »

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Ouverture pour une Reine
Written by Albert Minski and Ted Scotto
Performed by Barbara Davidson
Published by Toy Musique, Paris
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I want to be a Roman Man in 420
24 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If there was a possible scientific way i could travel to the past it would be in the roman times.

This is because the life expectancy was trivial and usually 25-30.

The women still had big bushes of hair on their vagina and men could walk around being rich doing what they wished watching gladiators fight and being a political snide bastard using words and power to corrupt and felicitate your enemy's while being able to get away with anything because of the lack of government control in the peoples way.

I Love USA, But i want to live in 420 B.C ^_^

Also i see this move about Caligula factually correct which means more to me then any of my dreams.


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