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Barbara Bouchet Film Series

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Born: Barbara Goutscher
Date of Birth: August 15, 1943
Country: Liberec, Czech Republic (formally part of Germany)
Active: 1964 - Present

From dancer, to model, to actress Barbara Bouchet was a force to be reckoned within Italian cult cinema during the 1970's, with indisputable beauty and intelligence. As one of our favorite international cult film actresses, we thought limiting ourselves to a few random reviews in our International Film blog simply wasn't good enough. We wanted to create a separate and more comprehensive collection of Barbara Bouchet material than has ever been seen on the net, from rare interviews, photos and magazine articles to reviews of films that even cult film fans have never heard of! Thus the Barbara Bouchet Film Series was born, so be prepared for the most comprehensive collection of Barbara Bouchet reviews anywhere!

John Goldfarb, Please Come Home! (1965) June 13, 2016 09:01

It's hard to believe that the writer of this film, who would later go on to adapt The Exorcist, could pen such an off-the-wall, over-the-top and all-over-the-place comedy.


Sex and the Single Girl (1964) May 4, 2016 02:17

The last un-credited role for Barbara Bouchet in another Hollywood star studded comedy about two writers with opposing agendas who fall hard for one another.


The Rogues - Episode 11: Plavonia, Hail and Farewell (1964) March 28, 2016 23:47

Barbara Bouchet wastes no time in solidifying herself as an international blonde bombshell.  In her first credited role she turns on the heat and gives plenty of pouty looks as the sultry temptress who throws a hammer in the cog of Gig Young's conman plan, in the short lived NBC television series The Rogues.


Good Neighbor Sam (1964) March 5, 2016 23:38

While still an un-credited role, in Good Neighbor Sam, Barbara Bouchet has her longest on screen film appearance thus far and well as a speaking role, in this cute comedy starring Jack Lemmon and Romy Schneider.


Bedtime Story (1964) January 21, 2016 19:37

Bedtime Story is a decent little comedy that ended up spawning a more recognizable copy twenty-four years later.


What A Way To Go! (1964) January 10, 2016 00:07

What A Way To Go! is an interesting pairing of some of Hollywood's classic actors, and possibly worth a look for that reason. Barbara Bouchet makes a brief appearance in the "orgy" scene... but don't get your hopes up.


A Global Affair (1964) December 28, 2015 22:58

Barbara Bouchet's first film appearance is extremely brief, but there's another German actress in this quaint little American comedy that's sure to satisfy your international delights.


The Films December 19, 2015 12:23

Introducing Barbara Bouchet, actress, model, dancer. And the first of many that we hope to feature in our international cult film series.