Cristina Galbó

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Cristina Galbo
Born (1950-01-17) 17 January 1950 (age 65)
Madrid, Spain

Cristina Galbó (born 17 January 1950) is a Spanish actress who achieved moderate fame in Europe during the late 1960s and early 1970s, making a name for herself in film mostly for European horror films.

Arguably her best role is as "Elizabeth Seccles", a boarding school girl having an affair with a married professor of Italian and gymnastics, in the 1972 Massimo Dallamano shocker What Have You Done to Solange? A recent DVD release of her 1975 film The Killer Must Kill Again, the most notable work of Luigi Cozzi (a friend and associate of giallo film master Dario Argento) has presented her controversial work in that more obscure representative of the Italian horror genre.

Cozzi mentions on his DVD commentary for the film how Galbó was uncomfortable with the film's most disturbing scene, the killer's rape of her kidnapped and abused character. Galbó also has a significant role in another boarding school shocker, Narcisco Ibanez's 1969 Spanish film The House That Screamed.

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