Another in the series of Italian films released by the apparently barmy MYA label – quite who do they think their market is for this stuff! – A Policewoman in New York is a 1981 sex comedy starring Euro-exploitation favourite Edwige Fenech.
Here’s one I reviewed a while back for The Eurospy Guide, but seeing as a new, fan-dubbed version has become available here, it seemed like a good opportunity to give it another look…
Primitive Love is a bizarre combination of slapstick comedy and mondo movie, made in 1964 by the late Luigi Scattini and starring Jayne Mansfield
Director Luigi Scattini has apparently died.
Edith Peters was one of the many black performers who complemented their careers in the popular nightclubs and revues of the time with the occassional bit part roles on screen.
Here’s a new Italian film that looks like it could be of interest. It’s just come out in Italy this week, and is being shown in 20 cinemas, not a huge amount, but not unusually small for domestic product that isn’t a comedy.