The Sheik from 1926 A young Western girl yearns to be a slave girl in the Sheik’s harem.
Harem Slave Dancing for Her Master and his favorite (seen sitting on the couch to the right)
“Harem Girl” Move Image.
Slave girls dance and are tortured. Hoping they are the Sultan’s choice.
Sort of two movies for the price of one. Things start with troubles caused by the tyrant Damitrius. We meet up with the film’s two heroes, Dimitri (Jose Suarez), a young man who’s father is hanged and girlfriend stolen by Damitrius, and Japhir (Mimmo Palmara), Captain of the Black Eagle who’s raid on the same villain goes horribly wrong. Story line two starts after a quick visit to Sheba to pick up a couple of slave girls, hence the title, and the discovery that there’s a plot against Japhir. Once back in his home port of Constantinople, Japhir is taken captive and it’s up to Dimitri and a friendly monk to get word to the Sultan before Japhir, or even the Sultan himself, is killed. Once this wild and pretty comical romp is over, it’s back dealing with Damitrius to finish what they started.
Is this Slave Girl feeding the birds before she feeds her Master?
Harem Girl longing for her Master
1930’s Tarzan movie featuring interesting Harem Girl dancing.
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.
The pictured dancer is one of the premier cabaret bellydancers , who appeared in numerous films. Dancers often took on cheesy roles, for the few minutes of opportunity to display their art.
Slave Girl Dying on her Master’s Lap, or, is she pleading to stay in his Harem?
German Elvis Harem Scarem poster
More slave girl than harem girl. A parade of slave girls, roped by their necks.