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Mata Hari: Agent H21 – The Eye of Dawn

MATA HARI: Agent H21 – THE EYE OF DAWN is a pet project of mine. For many years now I have been interested in the story of Mata Hari – and even beyond that, the myth that has built up around her. I asked myself was there a real-life character more befitting the Pulp Fiction […]

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Mata Hari Postcard of the Week
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Mat Hari Postcard of the Week
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Mata Hari Postcard of the Week
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The Man From SMUT

Warning: This post features slightly higher sexual content than usual. If you are easily offended, please skip over this one. What is it about spy stories (and the world of James Bond) that make also make them perfect fodder for erotic lampoons? Is the the character names like Pussy Galore, Lovey Kravzit or Aureole Canasta? […]

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Mata Hari (1931)

Director: George Fitzmaurice Starring: Greta Garbo, Ramon Navarro, Lionel Barrymore, Lewis Stone, C. Henry Gordon, Karen Morley “In 1917, war-ridden France Dealt summarily with Traitors and spies” I am far from an expert when it comes to the film Mata Hari. Sure, when reviewing a film, I try to do a little bit of research, […]

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