A very fine film about the Turkish Harem. In the 16th century the Turkish city of Istanbul was ruled by Suleyman the Magnificent. The center of his power was Topkapi Palace – at the heart of which was the harem. Into it came hundreds of women from all over the empire and beyond. It was a place where sex could equal power. This documentary tells the story of how some of these women came to play a pivotal role in running the world’s largest empire from inside the mysterious and sometimes violent world of the Harem.
Probably staged films of ladies pretending to be part of an “Arab” harem. The three ladies at the end appear to be from the West.
Obligatory decadent banquet scene
Another Columbia Pictures harem romp from the fifties…
Al St. John starring in Harem Scarem (1932)
Pictures of Lache in Harem -Silent Movie from Romania 1927
Real film from 1927 harem party. A wealthy guy living in Canada has six of his girl friends dress as harem slave girls, acting as his harem. Part One of Three
Here’s a guy with a choice between a drink or attending a Harem. You decide.
A hot harem dance scene from the Turkish parody of Magnificent Century, transforms into an even hotter Indian style harem dance scene
Harem scene from Don Juan DeMarco Extraordinary story
Slave girl filled section of a bizarre movie called, The Barbarians.
Really interesting commentary on Harem drawing
Claudette Colbert’s Harem Milk Bath Scene – Always ask your friends to join you in the milk bath – Happy New Year!
Vivian Leigh as Cleopatra
Two silent film DIVAS Helen Gardner is Cleopatra (1912) and Betty Blythe is SHE (1925) Amazing costumes.