Seven commandos lose their captain and must begin a brutal attempt to survive.
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In the version titled "Emanuelle, Queen of the Desert," which is the version most often screened on American television and on home video, substantial editing has taken place. The opening scenes have been partially kept in audio, but the picture has been replaced with various images of Laura Gemser, in various states of undress, from throughout the film. Also, the basic premise, which is told in linear fashion in the original, is moved to the middle of the film, as if in flashback. The scene in which Gemser's character entices one of the soldiers on a hillside becomes the film's opening scene, whereas in the original cut, this scene takes place about halfway through the film's running time. The credit order is also changed, with Laura Gemser receiving top billing, whereas Angelo Infanti is top-billed in the original film. See more
Referenced in The Last Horror Film