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Madame Zenobia (1973)

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Beautiful, but sad and dejected young widow Marcia is unable to find sexual gratification with her fiancé Eric because of her continuous love affair with her deceased husband John. Eric ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview:
Tina Russell ...
Marcia (as Christina Russel)
Elizabeth Donavan ...
Madame Zenobia
Levi Richards ...
Eric (as Rick Livermore)
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John - The Ghost (as Derald Delancey) (as Derald Delancy)
Frank Martin ...
Rocky
Andrea True ...
Lucy (as Inger Kissin)
Davey Jones ...
Clancy (as David Jones)
Claudia Miro ...
The Heavenly Wench
J.C. Klitz ...
The Old Man
Lucy Laverne ...
The Baby
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Beautiful, but sad and dejected young widow Marcia is unable to find sexual gratification with her fiancé Eric because of her continuous love affair with her deceased husband John. Eric insists that Marcia stop with this peculiar spectral fling or else it will destroy their relationship. Marcia's wacky swinger friends take her to see powerful spiritual medium Madame Zenobia in order to rectify this problem. Written by Woodyanders

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She Makes Heaven & Earth Come Together

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17 December 1973 (Sweden)  »

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The character names "John" and "Marcia" were inspired by the 1951 song "John and Marsha" by Stan Freberg. See more »

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Third Symphony - Third Movement
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Composed by Johannes Brahms
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Bizarre rituals and mondo retro for the dollar rack
28 August 1999 | by See all my reviews

Promising to be a poor man's Beyond The Valley of The Dolls, this film fails to inspire the imagination or please the eye. A groovie bunch of libertines attempt to help their friend, a woman mourning the recent death of her lover. Visited by his spirit, she has become obsessed with the only man who could ever please her physically. This fetish for the deceased John creates a frigidity that drives Marsha's new fiance Carl away in frustration. The gang's Trip to see Madame Zenobia for a cure plays out like any other X-rated movie of the period, in both plot and dialogue. Then, the bizarre yet predictable ending weaves Marsha and her fiance into a magical ritual which extracts a terrible price. As does any video store which keeps this movie anywhere but the bargain rack.


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