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UBALDA, ALL NAKED AND WARM (1972) **

Olimpio (Pippo Franco) is a bumbling knight who returns home to his sexy, but promiscuous wife (Karin Schubert). However, when she won’t give it up to him, he runs off. Soon, he gets the hots for the miller’s wife, and since she’s played by European sex symbol, Edwige (Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key) Fenech, it’s hard to blame him. The problem is, she’s locked up a chastity belt and only her husband has the key. Since the miller also has a thing for Olmpio’s wife, they decide to swap spouses, which leads to even more hijinks and shenanigans.

Ubalda, All Naked and Warm is a rather lousy bedroom farce. The various scenes of Schubert and Fenech hiding their many indiscretions from clueless husbands aren’t very funny and Franco’s constant mugging is almost guaranteed to get on your nerves. At least the final gag is good for a chuckle.

The good news is that Edwige Fenech and Karin Schubert get naked and they get naked often. If you are a fan of either lovely lady, you’ll gladly sit through a ton of awful comic relief to get to the scenes of them cavorting around naked. But if you’re watching it for any other reason (and let’s face it, why would you?), it’s going to be a tough sit.

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