Mandinga (1976)

Director
Mario Pinzauti

Main cast
Antonio Gismondo; Serafino Profumo; Maria Rosaria Riuzzi; Paola D'Egidio; Cesare Di Vito

Genres
Adventure, Drama

Description
An Old South plantation owner lusts after his female slaves.


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