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The seeming clumsy title relates to the newspaper advertisement placed by the leading lady/masseuse/call girl in this entertaining giallo. Little seen but my print was fine with English subtitles and decent score. Not the most sophisticated of stories and for the first 20 minutes or so it seems as if we are simply in for a series of soft core encounters but once the killings begin and the police become involved things shape up fairly well. Good looking girls and great costumes as usual for a 1972 Italian giallo, although as there is so much emphasis on the lead being so young maybe Paola Senatore was a bit older looking than she should have been. Less hair would have helped but I guess little could be done about her generous bust and she deservedly went on to make many exploitation movies including, D'Amato's, Immagini di un Convento and also Eaten Alive. Enjoyable.
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