1-2 Weeks
La Signora Gioca Bene A Scopa? / L'infermiera


2010 release. Digitmovies release for the first time Alessandro Alessandroni's complete original soundtrack, in full stereo, for the movie La Signora Gioca Bene A Scopa? ("Poker In Bed") directed in 1974 by Giuliano Carmineo, and Gianfranco Plenizio's complete OST in mono for L'infermiera (aka "The Secrets of a Sensuous Nurse) directed in 1975 by Nelo Rossati. In La Signora Gioca Bene A Scopa?, Michele is a stubborn poker game player who manages a shoe-shop in Parma. As a solution to his continuous and huge gambling losses, he supplements his earnings with paid sexual performances by his female customers. The economic crisis is so big that Michele needs further help for his activities: Tonino, the shop assistant, helps him out and very soon becomes the favorite of one of his wild female customers. Alessandro Alessandroni has written an amusing OST where he alternates a funny theme, performed by Edda Dell'Orso, with an erotic falsetto voice introduced in "Titoli Di Testa". It gets reprised with delicious variations and in a slow funeral-like symphonic reprise for the cemetery scene. This then gets alternated with a romantic love theme with Latin flavor and with mystic music for strings. In L'infermiera the owner of a winery, Leonida Bottacin, who has recently become a widower, suffers a heart attack during a sexual act with the wife of the caretaker of the cemetery where his wife Ramona is buried. The man's relatives try to cause a second, fatal heart attack to the man so they can inherit the goods of the winery and to sell it all to the American businessman Mr. Kitch. To realize this, the son-in-law Benito calls his past lover Anna, a very sexy woman who will have to be Leonida's nurse so that the man will suffer a deadly heart attack. At the end the girl grows fond of the sick man and after having foiled the family's diabolical plan, she marries him, but during the honeymoon the old man suffers a second and lethal heart attack so that the girl will become the only heiress of his huge patrimony. For this pleasant Italian erotic comedy, Gianfranco Plenizio has written an elegant OST where a romantic love theme for trumpet, solo female voice, and orchestra is featured, introduced, then reprised, alternated with a second cheerful motif with a folk flavor, with a third brilliant motif, and with American-flavored music.