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Madame Zenobia (1973)

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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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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Adult

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17 December 1973 (Sweden)  »

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Pornografihuset  »

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$40,000 (estimated)
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One of the principal locations for this movie was a house in the Hamptons that belonged to famous fashion photographer Francesco Scavullo. See more »

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Third Symphony - Third Movement
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Composed by Johannes Brahms
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Madame Zenobia
23 July 2005 | by See all my reviews

I remember seeing this movie at a small neighborhood theater around the time it came out in the early 1970s. As a regular movie, I suppose it could be considered bad. The acting is laughable, as it almost always is in porno films. But as pornography, I seem to recall that at the time, it was regarded as a notch above the rest because it had some style. This movie was one of the last porno flicks made on film, just before the time the porno industry started committing everything to video. With lots of action but very little eroticism, the 'erotic' seems to have been almost completely taken out of porno film-making since then. Madame Zenobia harks back to a time when porno film directors actually went to great lengths to produce something that was truly erotic.


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