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Author Topic: Mondo Sexy-Proibito Nudo di Notte (Glitttering Images)  (Read 2975 times)

Stephen Grimes

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Coming soon from Glittering Images.
I've no idea what the subject matter for this one will be about but going by the title it looks like it might be something to do with the early Italian mondo flicks.

Mondo Sexy


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Re: Mondo Sexy-Proibito Nudo di Notte (Glitttering Images)
« Reply #1 on: 20 Jul 2011 - 21:01 »

I really must get some more of these Glittering Images books, only got three.
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Re: Mondo Sexy-Proibito Nudo di Notte (Glitttering Images)
« Reply #2 on: 21 Jul 2011 - 13:03 »

I really want the horror all'italiana but its a lot of money,the other two i have though are excellent,cultish shocking horrors & and italian sexy horror(i think?it has the italian art for lady frankenstein on the cover)
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Re: Mondo Sexy-Proibito Nudo di Notte (Glitttering Images)
« Reply #3 on: 23 Sep 2011 - 21:46 »

A profusely illustrated early '60s "Mondo-sexy" filmography, with rare photos, press-ads, posters, covers, reviews. The eroticism of the strip-tease and its alluring strippers (Dodo d'Hambourg, Rita Renoir, Lili Niagara, Loulou Santiago, Poupée La Rose, Carole Riva...), the music-hall, other assorted attractions and bizarre curiosities, from the seminal Alessandro Blasetti's Europa di Notte to Sexy Proibitissimo, from Le Dolci Notti to Totò Sexy, from Mondo Sexy di Notte to Notti Nude... The other cruel and savage "Mondos" from the '60s and the '70s, such as Mondo Cane by Gualtiero Jacopetti, Mondo Infame and Mondo Balordo by Roberto Bianchi Montero... The "Mondos" around the world such as Robert Lee Frost's Mondo Freudo and Mondo Bizarro... Moreover, a detailed illustrated bibiography and discography featuring the covers of the wonderful jazz-lounge soundtracks. A reference-book for all the fans of "Sinema-Bis".


I can't wait to get a copy of this one,looks like another must-have from Glittering Images.
Anyone else a fan of the genre?
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