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Lava Lamps seem to be really associated with this film which one book review describes as "a cosmic striptease that epitomizes late 1960s fluff erotica." BoG's Score: 4 out of 10 I don't have stills of the famed first few minutes, in which Jane Fonda disrobes in zero gravity, so these will have to do:
SHAG CARPETS RULE in the Future of the 40th century (or is it the 41st?)
LOOK It's.. DAVID HEMMINGS! (Still Looking for a Blow-Up) BARBARELLA Plans Her Next Move
ABOVE: AND WHAT ARE THESE TWO LADIES PLANNING TO DO
ABOVE: A CHASE OF SOME KIND... and DOLLS ARE DIFFERENT IN THE FUTURE
BELOW: DON'T RECALL THIS SCENE - PG? MILO O'SHEA as DURAND DURAND
BARBARELLA was created in 1962 as a French comic strip.
There are rumors of a planned remake with actress Rose McGowan.
Director Roger Vadim was the son of a diplomat; he searched for the naked truth.
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