Here is a lounge song chosen to underline the beauty of glamorous actress Dagmar Lassander.
Dagmar Lassander (byname of Dagmar Regine Hager) was born in 1943 in Prague to a French father and Chilean-German mother, and began her career as a costume designer in the Berlin Opera. Her first role was in 1966 in a German film by Will Tremper, Sperrbezirk. Starting from 1969, this flaming redhead with emerald eyes began to work regularly, especially in Italian crime, horror and erotic movies, where she often plays the lascivious seductress. Her first success, which makes her the new star of Italian cinema, is in Piero Schivazappa's Femina Ridens (1969), a strange psychedelic and sado-masochistic giallo. Other great movies are: Hans Schott-Schöbinger's Andrea (1968) and Pelle su pelle (1969), Mario Bava's Il rosso segno della follia (1970), Luciano Ercoli's Le foto proibite di una donna per bene (1970), José Maesso's Alibi nella luce rossa (1970) or Ricardo Fredda's L'iguana dalla lingua di fuoco (1971). Her great erotic movies include: Silvio Amadio's Peccati di gioventù (1975), with Gloria Guida, or Bitto Albertini's Emanuelle nera (1976), with Laura Gemser and Karin Schubert. In Steno's Piedone l'africano (1978), she is the partner of Bud Spencer. One of her most famous horrific roles is in Lucio Fulci's Quella villa accanto al cimitero (1981). In the 1980s she was featured in several Italian TV series and the French-German feature film S.A.S. à San Salvador. After having illuminated the screens with her outrageous sensuality, she retired in the 90s.
Enjoy Dagmar Lassander's stunning beauty!