Yankee is a 1966 Italian-Spanish Western film directed by Tinto Brass and starring Philippe Leroy. Local crime boss El Grande Concho rules with his gang from an abandoned church over a big territory. Hoping for a substantial payday a bounty hunter called. Philippe Leroy - Yankee Adolfo Celi - Grande Concho Mirella Martin - Rosita Tomás Torres - Luiz Francisco Sanz - Consalvo Franco De Rosa - Angelface Víctor Israel - the sheriff Pasquale Basile - Denti d'oro Jacques Herlin - Filosofo Giorgio Bret Schneider - Pittore Antonio Basile - Tatuato Renzo Pevarello - the Portuguese César Ojinaga - the deputy sheriff Valentino Macchi - Garcia Tomas Milton - Tom Henriquetta Senalada Jose Halufi - Perro Yankee on IMDb
Paul Muller (actor)
Paul Konrad Muller is a Swiss character actor. His motion picture acting career in Europe spanned a period of 51 years. In 1941/1942 he studied acting at the “Conservatoire National Supérieur d`Art Dramatique” in Paris; until 1944 he had different engagements at theatres in e. g. “Theatre Pigalle”, “Salle Pleyel”, “Theatre des Ambassadeurs”. From 1944 to 1946 he was called up for military service in the French Army in Indochina shortly before the First Indochina War took place there, he caught malaria during that time and, in consequence of the disease, was left hard of hearing. From 1947 to 1948 he had different engagements at theatres and touring companies not only in France, but in the French part of Allied-occupied Germany and in Florence, e. g. “Tournée Spectacles Moyses”, Teatro della Pergola. He inter alia, under the direction of Georges Douking, his first film role came at age 25 in Ruy Blas. Paul Muller appeared in over 230 films since his first role in 1948, he spent most of his life by working in his main country of residence.
He worked over more than 60 years with most of the well-known European actresses and actors of classic cinema and with some famous names of the Cinema of Italy like Roberto Rossellini, Carlo Ponti, Federico Fellini, Mario Bava, Sergio Corbucci, Michelangelo Antonioni. He made his appearance in films under the direction of Veit Harlan, Artur Brauner, Jesús "Jess" Franco, René Clement, Michael Curtiz, Richard Fleischer, Jean-Pierre Mocky and many others.. Today he lives withdrawn near Rome. Ruy Blas Une grande fille toute simple La sepolta viva, as Count Federico De Rossi Fabiola William Tell, as Gessler Il bacio di una morta, as Hans Sicilian Uprising, as Duke de Saint-Rémy, Governor of Palermo Il falco rosso, as Baron Goffredo Romanticismo, as Cesky Toto Looks for a Wife, as Carlo La bisarca The Black Captain, as Giuliano Four Ways Out, as Guido Marchi Revenge of the Pirates, as Espinosa Stasera sciopero, as The mad man Pentimento, as Berardo Morelli Viva il cinema! La voce del sangue, as Count Franco Sampieri Abracadabra, as Alfredo Il Tenente Giorgio, as Count Stefano di Monserrato Fratelli d'Italia, as Luigi Staffi I sette dell'Orsa maggiore, as Enemy agent The Blind Woman of Sorrento, as Carlo Basileo Anna's Sin, as Alberto I misteri della giungla nera, as Suyodhana La prigioniera di Amalfi, as Baron Cangemi Two Nights with Cleopatra, as Tortul Public Opinion, as Carlo Leone La vendetta dei Tughs, as Suyodhana Schiava del peccato, as Voyager Journey to Italy, as Paul Dupont Verrat an Deutschland, as Richard Sorge Suonno d'ammore, as Carmelo Tom Toms of Mayumba, as Dr. Assar Agguato sul mare, as Baron Staratta Lacrime di sposa, as Toni Icardi Incatenata dal destino, as Piero Checkpoint, as Petersen The Adventures of Arsène Lupin, as Rudolf von Kraft I Vampiri, as Joseph Signoret Pirate of the Half Moon, as Charles V Il Conte di Matera, as Filiberto Story of a Poor Young Man, as Bevallan Quando gli angeli piangono Slave Women of Corinth, as L'Asiatico The Naked Maja, as The French ambassador Captain Falcon, as Rusca Sheba and the Gladiator, as High Priest Un canto nel deserto, as Rudi Due selvaggi a corte, as Count Sarzese Signé Arsène Lupin, as Attaché at the embassy in Rome Purple Noon, as The blind man La strada dei giganti, as Count Monza Queen of the Pirates, as Duke Zulian The Conqueror of the Orient, as Sultan Dakar Minotaur, the Wild Beast of Crete, as Medico di Corte La grande vallata The Wastrel Legge di guerra, as Interpreter Capitani di ventura, as Count Falcino Pontius Pilate, as Mehlik Avenger of the Seven Seas, as Hornblut Lasciapassare per il morto, as The fourth accomplice It Happened in Athens, as Priest Women of Devil's Island, as Lefèvre Attac
A brothel or bordello is a place where people engage in sexual activity with prostitutes. Technically, any premises where prostitution takes place qualifies as a brothel. However, for legal or cultural reasons, establishments describe themselves as massage parlors, strip clubs, body rub parlours, studios, or by some other description. Sex work in a brothel is considered safer than street prostitution. Around the world, attitudes towards prostitution and how and if it should be regulated vary and have varied over time. Part of the discussion impacts on whether the operation of brothels should be legal, if so, to what sort of regulations they should be subjected. On 2 December 1949, the United Nations General Assembly approved the Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others; the Convention by December 2013 had been ratified by 82 states. The Convention seeks to combat prostitution, which it regards as "incompatible with the dignity and worth of the human person."
Parties to the Convention agreed to abolish regulation of individual prostitutes, to ban brothels and procuring. Some countries not parties to the Convention ban prostitution or the operation of brothels. Various United Nations commissions, have differing positions on the issue. For example, in 2012, a Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS convened by Ban Ki-moon and backed by United Nations Development Programme and UNAIDS, recommended decriminalization of brothels and procuring. In the European Union, there is no consensus on the issue. Netherlands and Germany have the most liberal policies; the European Women's Lobby condemns prostitution as "an intolerable form of male violence" and supports the "Swedish model". In February 2014, the members of the European Parliament voted in a non-binding resolution, in favor of the "Swedish Model" of criminalizing the buying, but not the selling of sex. Prostitution and the operation of brothels is illegal in many countries, though known illegal brothels may be tolerated or laws not enforced.
Such situations exist in many parts of the world, but the region most associated with these policies is Asia. When brothels are illegal they may operate in the guise of a legitimate business, such as massage parlors, saunas or spas. In other places, prostitution itself may be legal, but many activities which surround it are illegal making it difficult for people to engage in prostitution without breaking any law; this is the situation, for example, in the United Kingdom and France. In a few countries and operating a brothel is legal and regulated; the degree of regulation varies by country. Most of these countries allow brothels, at least in theory, as they are considered to be less problematic than street prostitution. In parts of Australia, for example, brothels are legal and regulated. Regulation includes planning controls and licensing and registration requirements, there may be other restrictions. However, the existence of licensed brothels does not stop illegal brothels from operating. According to a report in the Australian Daily Telegraph, illegal brothels in Sydney in 2009 outnumbered licensed operations by four to one.
The introduction of legal brothels in Queensland was to help improve safety of sex workers and the community at large and reduce crime. This is believed to have been successful in many ways in Queensland with The Viper Room being one of the most well known, clean and most regard brothels in Brisbane and Queensland; the Netherlands has one of the most liberal prostitution policies in the world, attracts sex tourists from many other countries. Amsterdam is a destination for sex tourism. Germany has liberal prostitution laws; the largest brothel in Europe is the Pascha in Cologne. Although the Dumas Hotel in Butte, Montana operated from 1890 until 1982, brothels are illegal throughout the United States, except in rural Nevada. All forms of prostitution are illegal in Clark County, which contains the Las Vegas–Paradise metropolitan area; the earliest recorded mention of prostitution as an occupation appears in Sumerian records from ca. 2400 BCE, describes a temple-bordello operated by Sumerian priests in the city of Uruk.
The ` kakum' or temple was housed three grades of women. The first group performed only in the temple sex-rites. In years, sacred prostitution and similar classifications of females were known to have existed in Greece, India and Japan. State brothels/bordellos with regulated prices existed in ancient Athens, created by the legendary lawmaker Solon; these brothels catered for a predominantly male clientele, wit
Il disco volante
Il disco volante is a 1964 Italian comic science fiction film with mockumentary elements directed by Tinto Brass and starring Alberto Sordi. The film features the renowned comedian in four distinct roles as a dim-witted Carabinieri brigadiere, a cheesepairing accountant, a decadent count, an alcoholic priest. Involving characters from different social strata, Il disco volante is a satire of the Italian society the people of Brass's adopted home region Veneto. Alberto Sordi: Vincenzo Berruti / Dario Marsicano / Don Giuseppe / Conte Momi Crosara Monica Vitti: Dolores Silvana Mangano: Vittoria Laconiglia Eleonora Rossi Drago: Maria Meneghello Liana Del Balzo: Mother of Dolores Guido Celano: Half brother of Vittoria Lars Bloch: Physicist Il disco volante on IMDb
Fallo! is a 2003 Italian film co-written and directed by Tinto Brass. The film is known in English as Do It! and Private. It consists of a series of 6 independent vignettes. 1) ALIBI: Cinzia celebrates her seventh year of marriage with her husband in Casablanca. The vignette starts with the husband making Cinzia retell her gynecologist's visit with a sexy twist; the husband arranges for her to have sex with Ali, a hotel worker. He assures a reluctant Cinzia that it will all occur leading to both the husband and Ali having sex with Cinzia. 2) MONTAGGIO ALTERNATO: Stefania is the wife of distinguished TV news anchor Luigi who becomes enraged when she finds out her husband is having an affair with Erika. She takes in a new lover in television director Bruno. Includes a scene with brief finger penetration on Federica Tommasi and oral sex on Andrea Nobili.3) 2 CUORI & 1 CAPANNA: The sweet Katarina Alto Adige is paid generously to meet with the perverse Frau Bertha a German dominatrix and her male slave in a small Tyrolean guesthouse.
The scheme was concocted by her boyfriend, Neapolitan chef Cyrus so that they can open his own restaurant. 4) BOTTE D’ALLEGRIA: Raffaella regales her husband with stories of her affairs, some of which are strange. Her husband enjoys this, encourages her to keep cheating on him. 5) HONNI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE: In the beautiful village of Cap d'Agde, has leisurely fun with Mrs. Helen and her husband, Scottish satirist Mr. Noel. 6) DIMME PORCA CHE ME PIAZE: Venetian Rosy is on her honeymoon with her husband in London, agrees to a dare that she must have sex in public. Fallo! on IMDb Fallo! at AllMovie
My Wife (film)
La mia signora is a 1964 Italian comedy film directed by Tinto Brass, Mauro Bolognini and Luigi Comencini. It consists of five episodes, all starred by Silvana Mangano; the episode Eritrea, directed by Comencini, was remade by Sergio Corbucci in the film Rimini Rimini. My Wife on IMDb