The Mermaids of Tiburon: This film was produced and directed in 1962 as a fantasy-adventure by noted underwater cinematographer, John Lamb. Two years later, he chopped out 10 minutes, re-shot the close-ups and medium shots of the mermaids; revealing the enchantresses in the nude (with emphasis on actress Gaby Martone), and released it as The Aqua Sex.
Yambao: Sultry, cat-like, dancer-turned-actress Ninon Sevilla plays "Yambao" in this classic Mexican psychological thriller. She arrives at a Cuban sugar plantation in 1850, at the same time the nearby village is hit with a plague! Guess who the villagers blame for the pestilence? Of course, it could just have been a misunderstanding, or just bad timing. But, the plot definitely thickens when it is revealed that her departed grandmother was a sorceress!
Sexy, scantily clad women take over the screen in this double dose of vintage vixens. In the nude version of THE MERMAID OF TIBURON, director John Lamb reveals the ultimate vision of his 1962 film that follows a man as he tries to find underwater treasure. But the real booty is found in the appearance of nude, nubile mermaids, including one played by Playboy Playmate Diane Webber. YAMBAÓ -- CRY OF THE BEWITCHED stars the lithe Ninon Sevilla as a woman accused of being a witch in 1850 Cuba. For fans of classic curves, the truly spellbinding part of the film lies with Sevilla's sexy dances.
Naked Women |
Scantily Clad Women |
Sexy Women |
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