Papaya, Love Goddess of the Cannibals
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|Papaya, Love Goddess of the Cannibals|
|Directed by||Joe D'Amato|
|Written by||Roberto Gandus|
|Music by||Stelvio Cipriani|
|Distributed by||Severin Films|
Papaya, Love Goddess of the Cannibals (Italian title: Papaya dei Caraibi) is a 1978 Italian cannibal film directed by Joe D'Amato. It was written by Roberto Gandus and stars Melissa Chimenti in the titular role, opposite Sirpa Lane, hailed as the "next Bardot".
A team of geologists attempt to remove a native cannibal population from an island to perform atomic research, but the cannibals' female leader disposes of them one by one by seduction.
- Melissa Chimenti ... Papaya (as Melissa)
- Sirpa Lane ... Sara
- Maurice Poli ... Vincent
- Dakar ... Ceremony Leader (uncredited)
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