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   <div class="large-6 columns">'''The Last Decameron''' ([[:Category:1972|1972]], [[:Category:USA|USA]]) is a [[:Category:Sexploitation|Sexploitation]] film directed by Joe D'Amato.  
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   <div class="large-6 columns">'''The Last Decameron''' ([[:Category:1972|1972]], [[:Category:Italy|Italy]]) is a [[:Category:Sexploitation|Sexploitation]] film directed by Joe D'Amato.  
 
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====Main Details====
 
====Main Details====
* Released in 1972
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* Released on June 8, 1972
 
* Color
 
* Color
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* Running time: 103 minutes
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* Production Co.: Victor Produzione
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* Distribution Co.: Capitol International (Italy- 1972)| Border Film Productions (UK- 1973)| Miramax (US- 1983)
 
* Directed by Joe D'Amato  
 
* Directed by Joe D'Amato  
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* Written by Luigi Rosso, based on the works of Giovanni Boccaccio
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* Starring: Pier Paola Bucchi, Giovanni Elsner, Roy Bosier
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===Plot Summary===
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* Seven novels of Boccaccio featuring dirty jokes.
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[[Category:1972|Last Decameron]][[Category:Films|Last Decameron]][[Category:Sexploitation|Last Decameron]][[Category:Religion|Last Decameron]][[Category: Joe D'Amato|Last Decameron]]
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[[Category:1972|Last Decameron]][[Category:Films|Last Decameron]][[Category:Sexploitation|Last Decameron]][[Category:Religion|Last Decameron]][[Category: Joe D'Amato|Last Decameron]][[Category:Italy|Last Decameron]]

Latest revision as of 02:56, 12 January 2020

The Last Decameron (1972, Italy) is a Sexploitation film directed by Joe D'Amato.

Lastdecameron.jpg

Main Details

  • Released on June 8, 1972
  • Color
  • Running time: 103 minutes
  • Production Co.: Victor Produzione
  • Distribution Co.: Capitol International (Italy- 1972)| Border Film Productions (UK- 1973)| Miramax (US- 1983)
  • Directed by Joe D'Amato
  • Written by Luigi Rosso, based on the works of Giovanni Boccaccio
  • Starring: Pier Paola Bucchi, Giovanni Elsner, Roy Bosier

Plot Summary

  • Seven novels of Boccaccio featuring dirty jokes.
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