From The Girl From Uncle TV series, Stephanie Powers as secret agent going undercover as a Harem Girl.
Is this Slave Girl feeding the birds before she feeds her Master?
Harem Girl longing for her Master
Samia Gamal – Ali Baba and the 40 thieves Your favorite slave girl dancing for you.
Slave girl in a slave girl auction dancing for her Master, outdoors. Strange, folky, dancing, but, suggestive and harem like. Naima in Amir Al Dahaa
Harem Scene from comedy TV show
Harem Slave Girls, dancing, drinking tea. Dressed in what they may have thought to be authentic costumes, pretending to gossip about other harem slave girls.
1930’s Tarzan movie featuring interesting Harem Girl dancing.
Harem Girl and Slave Girl in Harem Movies produced by Hollywood. Here is the trailer for a 24 minute documentary.
One of the more enjoyable belly dance videos.
Mia Shauri: Bellydance . August 27, 2007 at Aziza’s Birthday Bash. On 3:05 the music stops for a second and starts all over again. She improvised from that moment till the end. At 6:08 the music stops and starts again but she was exhusted, so she made a cute “no no no” sign to finish her performance. Mia Shauri is the Belly Dancer of the Universe 2008 and the 1st Runner Up in Belly Da
Harem Slave girls fight — magically — for their Master’s attention.
Sometimes a Harem Girl is shown, alone with her thoughts, touching her heart, hoping for an ideal Master. The fantasies of the artist and the way we read in to the multi colored, sea shell nighttime lounging slave girl. Orientalism translated by Western fantasy.
Sensual, powerful and alluring. Yet, look how her body is covered. Covered navel. Tight pants, cloistered chest. A strong gaze, daring us to approach, yet, her long veil might later drape her entire body, drawing our curiosity and hope for conquest. A movie publicity still more orientalist than capitalist.
Harem Girls dipping their feet in pool Not all allusions to “harem” have women dressed in Persian style garb. Some painters sought to bring the harem idea closer to home, dressing their women in contemporary fabrics, though emphasizing loose drapery, which in turn suggests a languid sensuality.