30 May, 2007

BLACK EMANUELLE BOXSET Vol. 2 News


From Severin Films:


"We're also diligently working on the second volume of Black Emanuelle's Box which will feature D'Amato's rarest entry EMANUELLE & THE WHITE SLAVE TRADE,BLACK EMMANUELLE/WHITE EMMANUELLE aka VELLUTO NERO (the Alien Vs. Predatorof erotica starring both Laura Gemser AND Annie Belle) and BLACK EMANUELLE No. 2, Bitto Albertini's rarely seen follow-up to his classic EMANUELLE NERA. A second soundtrack compilation featuring the Nico Fidenco scores fromEMANUELLE IN AMERICA, EMANUELLE & THE LAST CANNIBALS and EMANUELLE & THE WHITE SLAVE TRADE will also be included along with a whole host of excitingnew extras."


Sounds tantalizing! I'm especially fond of EMANUELLE & THE WHITE SLAVE TRADE, a particularly wacky wonderment from the late, great Joe D'Amato. And another Nico Fidenco soundtrack compilation is always good news.

6 comments:

Jeremy Richey said...

Excellent news.
Thanks for posting as this has officially made my morning. I am especially curious to see "Black Emanuelle No. 2" as I have have never had the opportunity to watch that.
Also glad that they are continuing the cd as a bonus idea...I love Severin films, what a great company.

Robert Monell said...

Welcome to the Jess Franco blog, Jeremy. I've never seen BE 2 either. I hope they do the first in the series EMANUELLE NERA at some point. The Fidenco scores are always compulsive listening so the CD is a great addition.

Anonymous said...

Can't wait for VELUTTO NERO. I have a beautiful widescreen cassette of the Italian version. It has a great score (not by Fidenco, though) which really needs a release. It not only has the Gemser/Tinti and Belle/Cliver couples in it but also Susan Scott.

Apparently director Brunello Rhondi worked as an artistic collaborator on LA DOLCE VITA.

Robert Monell said...

That's an awesome cast! Anything with Susan Scott in it is a must have for me. I saw this decades ago as a boxed prerecord but can't remember too much about it.

Anonymous said...

Argentophiles should note that the film also has Feodor Chaliapin (THE CHURCH and INFERNO).

Robert Monell said...

Thanks for that bit of information. He has quite an impressive bearing in those...