The sequel to the incredibly successful Alfie came a decade later but not a moment too soon for diehard Joan Collins fans. Never one to shy away from nudity, this was a greet warm-up for what was going to come in her later films The Stud and The Bitch. Add in other lovely birds like Vicki Michelle, Annie Ross and Rula Lenska and you've got a great slice of 70s heaven.
The owner of a trendy disco starts having problems with the men in her life and the Mafia, which is trying to move in on her place. Based on the novel by Jackie Collins and starring her sister Joan Collins, as well as Sue Lloyd and Pamela Salem. I'm a huge Jackie Collins fan for one reason: you HAVE to love anyone who makes sure to write lots of nude scenes for her sister!
Joan Collins is the wife of a wealthy but boring businessman. She spends his money on her nightclub, the hobo, and partying. She hires a manager, Tony, to run her club, but it is understood that his job security is dependent on him satisfying her nymphomaniac demands. Tony loses interest in her, and turns his attention to her young step daughter, who uses him to get back at Mrs. Fontaine for cheating on her father. Also starring Emma Jacobs, Minah Bird, Sue Lloyd and Felicity Buirski.
Famed Italian action director Stelvio Massi helms this brisk crime thriller starring Maurizio Merli as a private eye sent to Austria to track down clues in a kidnapping case. Uncovering a complicated network of corruption and violence, he's aided in his investigation by a sultry striptease artist (Joan Collins). Flying fists, plenty of gunplay and an atmospheric score make this stylish mystery a worthy entry in Massi's prodigious body of work.