Vallone in her Legendary Break-Out Role
Italian Title: FUGA SCABROSAMENTE PERICOLOSA [Indecently Dangerous
also known as EROTIC ESCAPE and DANGEROUS AMPARO
starring: Eleonora Vallone · Rodrigo Obregon · Frankly
Linero · Roberto Reyes · Humberto Arango
in the ruthless Colombian wilderness, circa 1951, here is the story of
vicious killer Manuel, confined to hard labor in a jungle penitentiary.
He joins other prisoners in a jail break but only Manuel survives. Manuel
stumbles onto the estate of a wealthy businessman where he kidnaps the
daughter named Amparo, steals some horses, and begins a trek for the border
where he hopes to claim political asylum. Amparo's dad - along with the
authorities from the prison - begin a search for Manuel and hostage. The
convict brutally drags his captive through the jungles, into the mountains
and onto a parched desert. Along the way, he also takes time to beat and
Eleonora Vallone broke into the European marketplace with this film, causing
both Euro Playboy and their Italian competition Playmen
to feature Eleonora on the cover (and in steamy pictorials) [see
right]. She parlayed the notoriety into a villainous role for the
TV series VALENTINA.
Her subsequent film, Italian Gigolo (1986) failed
to spark. She retired from show business to open a string of health spas
and successful gyms,, returning 20 years later for a cameo role in Pupi
Avati's hit Giovanna's Father. Ms. Vallone is the daughter
of Spaghetti Western genre actor Raf Vallone. And speaking of Spaghetti
Westerns, director Nello Rossati also helmed the only official Django
An Italian film
with English subtitles; widescreen format 16:9,
uncut European version (90 minutes), extras include theatrical trailers.
DVD encoded for All Region NTSC World Format.
Sexual Theme/Violence/Rape/Sexual Brutality/Nudity
for Mature Audiences Only