Black Cobra Woman (Turkey)
Despite Joe D'Amato directing it and Laura Gemser in the lead role, this film was not part of the 'Black Emanuelle' series. It does, however, feature plenty of Laura naked, as well as lots of snakes and Jack Palance!
Sweet Sins of Sexy Susan (Turkey)
Anahtari Bendedir (Turkey)
Ask Gecesi (Turkey)
Selam Meleklerim (Turkey)
Kanli Hayat (Turkey)
The Sensuous Housewife (Turkey)
The Nurse in the Military Madhouse (Turkey)
The Alcove (Turkey)
This is a stylish erotic film helmed by Joe D'Amato, starring the exquisite Laura Gemser as an African princess turned into a sex slave by a depraved military man and his wife in the 1940's. Filth with a classy veneer.
The Entity (Turkey)
Rx for Sex (Turkey)
I can't say with 100% certainty I've listed its correct title, but I'm guessing this is French adult film 'La clinique des fantasmes' (listed here under its U.S. title).
STOLEN SKINMAG PHOTO?
Erotic Diary of a Lumberjack (Turkey)
House of 1000 Dolls (Turkey)
Is there really a Grindhouse God?
Running Hot (Turkey)
Sweet Sugar (Turkey)
Vahsi ve Tatli
Title literally means "Wild and Fresh". The checkered bra has been crudely printed onto the poster to conceal naughty bits.
The King of Comedy (Turkey)
The Turks prove they were masters of 'bait and switch' with this poster that's completely inappropriate for the film it's advertising. While the image screams 80's porn, the film is actually Martin Scorsese's "The King of Comedy" (the Turkish title literally means 'king of laughter') starring Robert DeNiro and Jerry Levis, I mean Lewis.
Turkish superhero parody which borrows liberally from the wardrobe (Halloween costumes?) of Superman and Batman.
The Turkish title literally means "Crazy for Sex", but I haven't a clue what the actual film is. Mario Cecchi Gori was a prolific Italian producer and not the star of the movie as this poster would have you believe.
Blue Angel Cafe (Turkey)
Late '80's Joe D'Amato drama.
Behcet Nacar was a leading actor in Turkish erotic films of the 70's, though judging by the poster he's sort of an Ottoman Burt Reynolds. He must have had box office clout, as many of Behcet's films contain his first name in their titles.
Another starring vehicle for 70's Turkish hunk Behcet Nacar.