La moglie vergine

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La moglie vergine poster.jpg
Directed byMarino Girolami (as Franco Martinelli)
Produced byEdmondo Amati
Written byCarlo Veo
Marino Girolami
StarringEdwige Fenech
Music byArmando Trovajoli
CinematographyFausto Zuccoli
Release date
20 December 1975
Running time
100 minutes

La moglie vergine, internationally released as At Last, at Last, Valentina... The Virgin Wife and You've Got to Have Heart, is a 1975 Italian commedia sexy all'italiana directed by Marino Girolami (here credited as Franco Martinelli).[1]


Valentina (Edwige Fenech) and Giovannino (Ray Lovelock) are a wealthy young couple who return to their home in Iseo, Lombardy after honeymoon and it is revealed that Valentina is still a virgin due to her husband's erectile dysfunction. The news rapidly travels and soon there are many men who volunteer to deflower Valentina, including Giovannino's amorous uncle Federico (Renzo Montagnani) and their lawyer Caldura (Antonio Guidi) but Valentina is keen to resist their advances. On the other hand, Giovannino is getting increasingly bored with their sexless marriage made even more difficult by the sexual escapades involving his brother Gianfranco (Michele Gammino) and his insatiable German wife Brigitte (Florence Barnes).



  1. ^ Roberto Chiti; Roberto Poppi; Enrico Lancia. Dizionario del cinema italiano: I film. Gremese, 1991. ISBN 8876059695.

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