Blood from the Mummy's Tomb (1971)
Blood from the Mummy’s Tomb is a 1971 British horror film directed by Seth Holt and starring Valerie Leon, Andrew Keir, and James Villiers. The film is based on Bram Stoker’s novel The Jewel of Seven Stars and follows a group of archaeologists as they attempt to revive an ancient Egyptian princess.
The film is known for its sexual moments, which are quite explicit for a film of its time. The most memorable of these moments is when the princess, Queen Tera, is revived and seduces one of the archaeologists, Dr. Fuchs. In the scene, Tera is seen wearing a revealing dress and seductively dancing around Fuchs. She then proceeds to kiss him passionately and the two eventually end up in bed together.
The scene is quite shocking for its time and is still considered to be one of the most explicit sex scenes in a horror film. It is also notable for its use of symbolism, as the scene is meant to represent the power of the ancient Egyptian gods and the power of the princess.
Overall, Blood from the Mummy’s Tomb is an interesting film that is worth watching for its sexual moments alone. The scene between Tera and Fuchs is a memorable one and is sure to leave viewers with a lasting impression.
The main character wears very low-cut outfits revealing cleavage throughout. In one scene she is lying in a sarcophagus wearing only necklaces over her bare breasts but no nipples are seen.
Valarie Leon has her breasts sucked and licked about half way through the film and a hand put between her legs, where you can see part of her vulvar in the uncut version.
An unwed man and woman share a bed, sleeping naked together (we see bare shoulders).
A nude woman gets out of bed in a darkened room. We briefly see her breasts in shadow as she crosses in front of the camera, then we see her buttocks as she slips on her underwear.