Isabella, duchessa dei diavoli (1969)

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An Alsacian Baron massacres the family of a French Duke, and takes his lands, and his title. Isabella, the Duke's baby child, escapes the massacre, is raised by gypsies, and comes back ... See full summary »


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  • Mario Novelli and Brigitte Skay in Isabella, duchessa dei diavoli (1969)
  • Alberto Sorrentino and Brigitte Skay in Isabella, duchessa dei diavoli (1969)
  • Brigitte Skay in Isabella, duchessa dei diavoli (1969)
  • Harry Baird and Gioia Desideri in Isabella, duchessa dei diavoli (1969)
  • Sal Borgese and Mimmo Palmara in Isabella, duchessa dei diavoli (1969)

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Director:

Bruno Corbucci

Writers:

Giorgio Cavedon (screenplay), Mario Amendola (screenplay), Elisabeth Förster (screenplay)

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24 March 2013 | christopher-underwood
6
| 'sword and stiletto' flick
Now this is something a little bit different, Isabella, Duchess of the Devils, is the translation of the original Italian title and is mentioned within the film, although my print has the American title; Ms. Stiletto, leading me to suggest this might be in a category of one being a 'sword and stiletto' flick. Anyway, yes plenty of sword fights, pretty well done, rather a lot of talking, not so well done and a great lead performance from a plucky Brigitte Skay who wins most of the sword fights and bares just enough skin to keep us interested through some of the lesser moments. A lot of people dressed as soldiers chasing each other about but one or two quite extraordinary scenes including, the seduction of a near naked black slave who is to be whipped if he shows signs of excitement, as an extra at a banquet and an amazing scene where our heroine gets a mighty lashing, facing the camera.

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Release Date:

30 August 1969

Language

Italian


Country of Origin

Italy, West Germany

Filming Locations

Incir De Paolis, Rome, Lazio, Italy

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