Italian Films of 1966

Italian movies made in 1966, cut and banned before the November 1971 liberalisation of the Australian censorship system.

How I Learned to Love Women

Directed by Luciano Salce / 1966 / Italy – France – West Germany / IMDb

The original theatrical release was censored for a ‘Suitable only for Adults’ rating.

Censored footage

Shane Harrison reports.
Times refer to the German DVD.

There may have been other cuts, but I can confirm that Margaret’s (Anita Ekberg) nude swimming was trimmed as follows.

Censored at 43:13 by 00:03 – Anita Ekberg’s body double, nude in the pool.

Censored at 43:32 by 00:07 – Second view of the body double.

Censored at 43:58 by 00:04 – Third view of her nude in the pool.

Mark Donen Agente Zeta 7

aka Z7 Operation Rembrandt

Directed by Giancarlo Romitelli / 1966 / Italy – West Germany – Spain / IMDb

September 1970 / Rated: A / Length: 8098 feet / Time: 89:59 / Censored by 03:21 / Reason: violence /

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