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An Opinion Poll for

Solomon & Sheba

starring Gina Lollabrigida


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The above poll includes responses submitted since August 22, 2004.


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Year Released  1959
Dancer Gina Lollobrigida
Shira's Feedback The costume is definitely a belly dancing costume, but the dancing is more like modern dance.

Yul Brynner (with hair) and Gina Lollobrigida star in this story loosely inspired by the Biblical book 1 Kings. About an hour and 26 minutes into the story, Solomon agrees to let the Queen of Sheba and her people hold a festival dedicated to their goddess of love. While leading the festival, the queen casts aside her robe to reveal a belly dancing costume complete with navel jewel required by the Hayes Code, and begins to dance while her people do a hypnotic dance around her. Couples start coupling in the background, and Solomon can't resist joining the orgy.


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