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The Naked Countess


1972       Ursula Blauth

Countess Verena (Ursula Blauth) is a pawn of her sexually berated husband, Count Anatol Manesse-Manconi (W.G. Lukschy) and has been turned by him from the country girl briefly model into a hedonistic sophisticate who goes along with his unusual tastes, even in fact, relishing them.

The beautiful younger woman has been hypnotized by her husband's strong personality and fascinated by the erotic experiences he puts her through. A complete voyeur, he does not actively partake of sex himself but only reacts by having his wife indulge in wild affairs with other men-all of which the Count photographs and exhibits on the walls of his bedroom.

There are a number of such affairs: with a young forester during a hunt, with a girl friend from the jet set on the Riviera, with party playgirls, with Turkish Laborers. The debauchery Anatol arranges for Verena becomes more and more eccentric and perverted-a naked couple with zebra-striped body paint on zebra skins, a sadistically brutal struggle among four men for possession of the voluptuous Verena, a

sexual act in a degrading clown's costume.

When the Countess meets Toni, a quite ordinary young auto mechanic with ordinary, normal tastes and wholesome outlook on life, they fall in love and meet secretly. The veneer of sophistication fades and Verena becomes once again the wholesome country girl of her youth. However, the Count has two loyal servants: Helene, the housekeeper, and Clemens, his secretary, and Helene learning of a rendezvous the young couple have arranged in the village, informs on them.

Anatol has the young man brought to his villa, there showing him blown-up pornographic photographs of the Countess with various men and women. Toni dashes off, insane with jealousy and disbelief.

When the police discover him dead in a motor accident, it is obviously a suicide, a perfect murder which the law can not punish. Investigation leads to the Count who imperially refers them to Clemens for information they may wish. He himself appears completely detached about the affair.

Verena, unaware of what has happened goes to keep her rendezvous with her lover in the village and finds him dead. Grief-stricken, she is confronted by the shocking Anatol who takes pictures of her in her moments of deep sorrow.

Incapable now of emotion or thought, she allows herself to be led back to the villa by the unfeeling Count where, it is assumed, she will again enter into the life she has been sharing with her depraved husband.




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b2 Japanese Hansai 20x28.5 single-sided rolled




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CAST

Countess Verena .......................... Ursula Blauth
Count Anatol .......................... W.G. Lukschy
Police Commissioner .......................... Gabriel Curt Nachmann
Helene .......................... Renate Kasche
Toni .......................... Gunther Mohner
Tilla .......................... Elke Hart
Roswitha .......................... Elga Machaty
Clemens .......................... Fernando Gomez
Vol ker Sachsenberger .......................... Michael Cromer
Baron Cyrill .......................... Ernst Ziegler
Forster .......................... Gernot Mohner
Kemal .......................... lbrahim Aslahan
Bogdan .......................... Julio Pinheiro
Galupian .......................... Jean-Pierre Zola


CREDITS

Producer .......................... Karl Spiehs
Director .......................... Curt Nachmann
Screenplay .......................... Curt Nachmann
Assistant Director .......................... Eberhard Schroder
Production Manager .......................... Heinz Pollak
Cinematographer .......................... Franz Lederle
First Assistant Cameraman .......................... Karl Huber
Film Editor .......................... Monica Wilde
Music .......................... Gerhard Heinz
Chief Reception .......................... Hans Poeschel
Makeup .......................... Jupp Coesfeld, Sylvia Kramer
Set Decoration .......................... Eberhard Schroder and Herwig Pollak
Costume .......................... Eberhard Schroder, Lilo Nobauer
Still Photographer .......................... Rosmarie Milles




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