Die Hure des Panthers Tabu
Leopard – Malizia Italiana
Stella l’Italienne (Marc Dorcel)
Studio: Capital Film
Director: Joe D’Amato
Cast: Caterina Rinaldi, Monica Orsini, Cindy Scorsese, Tina Latour, Nicolette, Kathy Kash, Valentina, Hakam Joel, Alberto Sanchez, Silvio Evangelista.
There are some female and a couple of male extras in the brothel.
Stella is frigid and Fabrizio is forced to resort to a brothel. On one occasion he finds his nephew there and they share Nicolette. Maria is the opposite of her sister and goes around seducing anything in trousers, including Fabrizio, Tancredi and a male servant. Beatrice Poggi has one b/g scene with Hakam and seems to play the girlfriend of Tancredi. Stella observes her servants having a foursome in the kitchen then gets Francesco Malcolm to initiate her. It is not clear but he behaves like a priest initially, though dressed in a nightshirt. She is then ready to take on her husband.
Bad Samaritan informs us that this film is an irrelevant and indelicate parody of the novel Il Gattopardo of the prolific Italian writer Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa and its on screen adaptation by Luchino Visconti. All the names and characters are from the novel (Don Fabrizio, Tancredi, etc.) but the plot barely resembles the original. (The leopard – Il Gattopardo – is the family coat-of-arms of the princes of Salina.)