on June 18, 2015
I bought it for very cheap. Plus, it had Ursula Andress in it. From the famous Bond flick "Dr. No". I was a fan of hers from the first time I saw that movie. Heard somewhere she gets naked in it. So screw the expected weak plot and poor acting. Seeing UA naked was worth I think The $6.00 I paid for this DVD. Thing is...while you could see UA had aged she looked great naked for a 42 year old woman. This IS why guys buy this DVD...ADMIT IT!! :) Interestingly enough...in the one long nude scene when she's being prepared by 2 native girls who tie her wrists above her head..she looked just like Bo Derek. Built exactly like Bo. How John Derek did it I have no idea. Finds women that look almost like identical sisters (Ursula Andress, Linda Evans, Bo Derek). Magic. You'd swear the 3 women had the same parents.
I always thought UA was Italian don't know why. She's Swiss. Maybe it's because she looks Italian (to me). Is in a lot of Italian films, Italian "partner" she's been living with.
Better Cannibal films...hard to find...but there is one that's been banned in many countries called Cannibal Holocaust. Trick is to find the least "butchered" version.
This was a fairly lame cannibal exploitation film. Susan (Ursula Andress) and her obnoxious brother head off to an island of New Guinea to search for her missing husband. Stacy Keach and stock animal footage are employed along the way. The government doesn't allow expeditions in this area. They take a helicopter to a mountain, then walk to a beach (a nice wide one where a helicopter could land) then take a boat to an island. Plot continuity was not part of the plan. The plan was to get Ursala Andress stripped naked, tied up and greased down similar to what Bo Derek would later do in "Tarzan". We now know John Derek's fetish. Bo er ah Ursala doesn't encounter the cannibals until the last 20 minutes of the film.
In the 1970's this was great stuff. By today's standard it is really ho-hum. A few animals may have been killed for this film. There are better Ursala Andress films out there.