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Sunday, August 12, 2012

The Color Slides with the song "Long Flowing Hair"

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In the past I have often told on this blog that Marisa Mell is still an inspiration for present day creative people like singers, songwriters, designers, comic book artists... Today's entry is from the group "The Color Slides" with their song "Long Flowing Hair". The group members are Alaattin Cicek (vocals and guitar), Judy Trengrove (bass) and Tony Umiliani (drums). Words and music by Alaattin Cicek. The song was recorded at Sanctuary Studios in late August 2011. Producer was Alaattin Cicek. The song was published by Trabzon Records. The movieclips are taken from the movie "Una Sull'Altra" from 1969 by Lucio Fulci. Enjoy!

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Women Ordered To Love


... And we are back in business! After a 3 month hiatus the "Marisa Mell Blog" is back! Thanks to everyone who inquered about the future of the blog! It is highly appreaciated! So rest assured the blog is still up and running! So back to the order of the day: Honoring the life and work of Marisa Mell!


On October 23rd 2012 one of the lesser known Marisa Mell movies from 1961 will be officially released on the DVD market. The German movie title is "Lebensborn" better known under its English title "Ordered To Love" or now retitled as "Women Ordered to Love." This movie was in recent years already available first on the VHS-R and later on the DVD-R market. I belief that it is only the bare movie without any extras. The movie is now available on Amazon for only 9.95 USD.


The Marisa Mell Blog did an extensive entry on this movie in 2008. You can read all about this movie, the rise of the notorious Nazisploitation with its best known representant "Ilsa, She-Wolf of the SS" during the 70's of the previous century! Here is the link: Nazisploitation
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Thanks to Jochen from Graz, Austria for pointing this one out! Jochen has one hell of a site dedicated to everything you ever wanted to know about Italian and European movies from the 60's, 70's and early 80's. You can visit him here: Deliria Italiano