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Black Cobra

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Release Date:January 1, 2003

Description: Aristide Massaccesi (aka Joe D'Amato) directed this strange sexploitation item starring Jack Palance as Judas, a hermit-like millionaire who keeps poisonous snakes. Judas falls for an exotic snake-dancer named Eva (Laura Gemser from the Black Emmanuelle movies) and pays her to come live with him. Judas' crazy brother Jules (Gabriele Tinti) is there, too, and tries to get his hands on his sibling's loot by freeing a deadly green mamba to kill all of Eva's friends. Eva gets her gruesome revenge by taking Jules to her home island and watching as the natives ram an eight-foot black cobra up his behind. Needless to say, this film is not for all tastes, but Palance turns in a nicely odd performance and fans of the genre should be amused.~ Robert Firsching, All Movie Guide

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