Sandra Julien

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Sandra Julien
Born Sandra Calaputti
(1950-02-14) 14 February 1950 (age 67)
Toulon, France
Other names Sandra Jullien
Occupation Actress
Years active 1970–1975
Spouse(s) Pierre Julien

Sandra Julien (born Sandra Calaputti 14 February 1950 in Toulon, France[1]) is a French actress. Her acting career only lasted a few years, but one of the films she is remembered for is Le Frisson des Vampires (The Shiver of the Vampires), a film by director Jean Rollin.[2]

Career[edit]

Julien's acting career only lasted about five years. She got her first role in Le Frisson des Vampires in 1970, and that was her only time working with director Jean Rollin. Rollin had also worked with her husband, Pierre Julien.[3] She mainly appeared in erotic films. Max Pécas gave her the leading role in I Am a Nymphomaniac and in I Am Frigid... Why?, opposite Marie-Georges Pascal.[4] She left the sets after the advent of hardcore pornography.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1970 Le Frisson des Vampires Isle other titles - The Shiver of the Vampires
Strange Things Happen at Night
1971 Atout Sexe
1971 Je Suis une Nymphomane Carole other titles - Libido: The Urge to Love
Forbidden Passion
Libido
The Sensuous Teenager
The Urge to Love
1972 Gendai Porno-den: Senten-sei Inpu
1972 Tokugawa Sekkusu Kinshi-rei: Shijikô Daimyô French Slave
1972 Dany la Ravageuse Dany other title - Dany the Ravager
1972 L'étrangleur other title - The Strangler
1973 Je Suis Frigide... Pourquoi? Doris other titles - I Am Frigid... Why?, Let Me Love You
1973 Les Gourmandines Sandra other title - Three into Sex Won't Go
1974 Le Permis de Conduire Nathalie, la Séductrice
1974 Nada other title - The Nada Gang
1974 La Maison des Filles Perdues Magda other title - The House of the Lost Dolls
1975 Les Filles du Golden Saloon Molly other title - The Girls of the Golden Saloon
1975 Rêves Pornos archive footage

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cf Sandra Julien at Les Gens du cinema.com
  2. ^ Weiner, Robert G.; Cline, John (2010-07-01). Cinema inferno: celluloid explosions from the cultural margins. Scarecrow Press. p. 234. ISBN 978-0-8108-7656-9. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  3. ^ Interview of Jean Rollin at Shockingimages.com
  4. ^ CF IMDb

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