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Sunday, September 28, 2008

Interview Susan Scott (Nieves Navarro) - La Abadia de Berzano

Marisa Mell made in 1966 a Euro-spy movie called "Che Notte, Ragazzi" also known as "Qué noche, muchachos!" in Spain, "È stato lungo, difficile pero adesso... che notte ragazzi!" or "La dodicesima notte" in Italy. In this movie she played the role of Monica together with another great European cult star: "Nieves Navarro" or better known as "Susan Scott".

Nieves Navarro has more than 40 films to her credit, some of them are real cult classics like "Tutti i colori del buio" (1972), "Black Emanuelle, White Emanuelle" (1976) or "Emanuelle e gli ultimi cannibali" (1977) together with Laura Gemser.

José Luis Salvador Estébenez from the always interesting Eurocult site "La Abadia de Berzano" was able to track down Nieves Navarro for an exclusive interview regarding her career. It is a must read for every fan of Eurocult actresses!
You can find the interview here:

4 comments:

MarioBava said...

Wow !!!!!!!!!

Great Blog !!!!

Best Regards

Jose

filomeno2006 said...

"Vicio de familia", 1975, film cult

Keith said...

Susan Scott/Nieves Navarro is another one of those actresses that I love. I recently watched Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals again.

Mirko di Wallenberg said...

She is still a very beautiful women today; a pity that there is no market any more for films with older great actresses! The modern generaton can not compete with old ladies!