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So this is from an Italian comedy called The Inconsolable Widow Thanks All Those Who Consoled Her (La vedova inconsolabile ringrazia quanti la consolarono) from 1973. And this definitely had to be foreign made because there's an entire scene where the camera is staring at her butt and this came out in the 70s so it's definitely European. The reason this is a video instead of a GIF is for the same reason the last upload was which is because the dimensions size was all stretched out so I made a video instead before realizing how to fix it. Overall there's some nice grunting and groaning and you do get to see her get gagged and tied up. Hopefully I'm able to upload a GIF thumbnail for this which after some difficulties and reading some comments I'm going to have to add in the thumbnail after it's been uploaded for some strange reason. Update nope it doesn't work I'm sure I'll figure it out eventually.

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chinook18 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017
Classic bondage scene!
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:icontheanonymousbondageg:
Glad you like it
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:icondreamerforever2004:
One of my most favourite Did Scene!
There was a time in where it was common to use the "a Did Scene" in a comedy.
There was a time where an all tied up and squirming woman was the cornerstone of a funny to see situation in a light movie or in a TV serie.
... it was good time for the Did Lovers or just for the romantic, playful men/boys ... like me!
And... more over... Edwige Fenech was (is) a wonderful woman!
I... and a lot of Italian (and over the world) men used to love her! :)
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:icontheanonymousbondageg:
The good old days
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osvaldogreco Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2016
one nice classic with a classic gorgeous lady, Edwidge Fenech is a lovely actress
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:icontheanonymousbondageg:
Glad you like it
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osvaldogreco Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2016
Edwidge Fenech was a bombshell in my early teen days, and her movies were very common in Argentina (even if very censured, as almost all movies in those days:p); but she looked different from the rest, and always was one of my favorite actresses in the B class movies of that time
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:icontheanonymousbondageg:
I guess that must mean your quite the old timer because this came out in the 70s. And I always assumed most non-American countries especially South American countries really weren't too keen on censorship but that's just from my ignorant American understanding of the rest of the world
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osvaldogreco Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2016
I am 48, born in 1968, but I remember quite well the middle-late seventies in Argentina, also cinema story was one of the part of my studies about XX century history; here catholic church and the moral (in fact more a punitive issue than real moral thing) of the establishment caused a severe censorship through the years; there was even one institute dedicated to that; sex and certain violence was always banned and scenes cut off the movies, causing even the lack of scenes to fully understand the film! in other cases, like "Clockwork Orange", "Z" and others were just banned because of "ideological or political issues", most of them could be seen after the come back of democracy in 1983; and others like "Life of Brian", "the last temptation of Christ" because of being "disrespectful to the church"; in fact the catholic church is the last institution that stills makes issues of censorship, with very recent episodes a few years ago; these groups are related to extreme right and very conservative and nacionalist...   hope this can give you a slight view of that particular thing, and sorry if I bored you and didn't want to turn this into an history lesson, hehehe!
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:icontheanonymousbondageg:
Actually it seems pretty obvious now that I think of it. I forget sometimes that most of South America if not all of it was under the control of the Catholic Church
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osvaldogreco Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2016
all Central and South American; remember that the spanish and portuguese discovered and conquered the place, and after the colonization; the first building in every community was the church, and in some countries like Mexico the church influence is very strong, there, in certain subjects, still their ok is needed
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:icontheanonymousbondageg:
Well nowadays at least outside of America most of the world including South America has very relaxed censorship so I just sort of assumed it was always like that until I took the time to think
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deviantfemale007 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2016
Nod  oh mamma mia – che peccato: non posso te bandare... +fav Heart +fav 
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TheAnonymousBondageG Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2016
oh my - what a shame: I can not tell you bandare, who the hell is bandare and isn't Google translate a wonderful thing!
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deviantfemale007 Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2016
I just cited the original italian dialogue – but made a mistake at the end: it's not "te bandare" but "debbo andare" (I have to go)!
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TheAnonymousBondageG Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2016
Must be nice to speak more than one language
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deviantfemale007 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2016
:)
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ayanamiame Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2016
amazingly cute and the way she mmph and struggle is super hot
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TheAnonymousBondageG Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2016
Glad you enjoyed it
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