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After having consoled himself for the loss of his wife by taking up with the undertakers wife, super wealthy aging widower count Leonida (Mario Pisu of Fellinis JULIET OF THE SPIRITS) has now suffered a near-fatal heart attack. Hoping that the old Casanova will pass by at a faster speed due to his lusty desires his scheming nephew Benito has assigned him the incredibly sexy and sensuous nurse Anna (Bond girl Ursula Andress of DR. NO and WHATS NEW, PUSSYCAT?). Her arrival sends everyone in the house into a tizzy, and the plans of Benito and the rest of the old mans heirs go completely astray when the sensuous nurse falls for the decrepit old count!
Featuring an international cast including Academy Award-winner Jack Palance (CITY SLICKERS, SHANE), THE SENSUOUS NURSE is both a biting social satire and an erotic comedy of the highest order. Starring one of the filmdoms sexiest women at her most revealing, THE SENSUOUS NURSE is considered by many to be one of the best Italian erotic comedies of its era. A staple of late night cable television airings throughout the 70s and 80s, anyone who remembers this erotic gem will find it as sexy today as it was when you first saw it and thats pretty damn sexy!
NoShame Films is proud to present THE SENSUOUS NURSE for the first time on DVD in its original widescreen aspect ratio, digitally re-mastered from the original negative, uncut and uncensored, the only way it should be!
The Sensuous Nurse. I did not purchase the movie but have seen at least three versions. In one Luscious Lucy has a close up of her full breasts and in another just a flash of her... Read morePublished on January 5, 2013 by Old Timer
Classic Italian humor at it's best. Yes there is some nudity and some sexy scenes (along with marching band music) A recommended movie!Published on January 13, 2007 by James Hatsis
This film was alright,but it really wasn't as good as I had hoped.There's no question that it could have been made much better. Read morePublished on June 25, 2006 by Dave A. Schacht