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Among the nude scenes were her bathtime as a despondent newly-wed wife, and his own infidelities with his wife’s maids, as he kissed two topless ladies. One love-making scene between them was deleted from the final release. Lacking historical accuracy, this crude and violent crime biopic was a Roger Corman-produced exploitation film, taking advantage of The Godfather mobster film craze at its time. Now, After 45 Years the True Story Can Be Told! Capone – The Man Who Made the Twenties Roar. Rocky Sylvester Stallone as his right-hand man Frank Nitti.
First seen on the streets of Brooklyn, Capone was transferred to Chicago where he worked his way up the ranks, while dealing in rackets, bootlegging, gambling, and prostitution. Some of the footage was reused from Roger Corman’s own The St. American film was found in this film. In the most notorious scene, Iris opened her legs in full view as she left Capone’s bed.
Xaviera, and the real-life Madam serving as Narrator. A year later, a series of R-rated films in the sexually-revolutionary 1970s were inspired and loosely based on the novelized true accounts or raunchy memoirs of former call-girl and madam Xaviera Hollander, published in 1971 as The Happy Hooker: My Own Story. She was originally “Secretary of the Year” in her native Holland before moving to New York City and becoming notorious as a ‘high-class’ Madam who was arrested for running a bordello. The films were produced by the Cannon Group – the last film in the trilogy was overseen by its notorious new owners Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus. The first film in the three-part franchise was a slow-paced, tame and unappealing adult film about sex-for-hire. Don’t Be Embarrassed To Spend 96 Minutes In A Dark Room With A Hooker.
3-part The Happy Hooker film series. A series of infamous, violent and shocking B-films, all with the title of Ilsa, were released in the mid to late 1970s. Nazi prison camp somewhere in Germany, in Saudi Arabia with sheiks kidnapping for their harems, in an asylum, and in Russia’s Siberia. The first film in the series, Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS – was sick and semi-pornographic with abundant gratuitous full-frontal female nudity and gruesome incidents.
Coincidentally, it was shot on the set used for the Hogan’s Heroes TV show after it was cancelled. It was reportedly based on the real life atrocities of merciless Nazi murderess Ilse Koch who was christened the “Bitch of Butchenwald. Third Reich, or be subject to torturous medical experiments. In the opening scene, Ilsa was forcing herself on a male prisoner, and threatened him with castration if he couldn’t hold out long enough to satisfy her. Obviously, he didn’t, because she had to satisfy herself with a shower head. Soon after, there was a punishing male castration – mostly off-screen but still gruesome.
General, your orders have been carried out. Camp 9 has ceased to exist. You may tell the Reich Fuhrer that the Allies will find nothing. From a hillside, it was revealed that there were two who could testify as survivors of the horrific prison camp: Wolfe and Rosette.