She's Out Of The World!
The year is 40,000 on Planet Lythion where Barbarella (Jane Fonda) makes a forced landing during a secret mission to find the lost evil scientist Durand Durand. Once there, she must use her skills, style, beauty and eroticism to vanquish evil in the form of robots and monsters. See Barbarella do her thing in the wild excessive machine, in the biting bird cage, in the chamber of dreams, in the labyrinth of love, in the deadly doll house, in the palace of pleasure. You'll find adventure beyond your imagination, when you get lost in space with Barbarella!
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Haven't watched the transfer yet but who cares its Jane Fonda in the sexiest Sc-Fi movie ever made (possibly the sexiest "family" movie ever made). Plus steel book at super price. A movie for any hot blooded teenager or old guy reliving his teenage years. Buy watch it forget about the ham acting and dodgy props. Ah! Jane Fonda Ah!
Barbarella was a sensation when it was first released. I'm looking forward to watching it again and at the same time converting my library slowly to Blu-ray.
The sight of Jane Fonda in her prime is something else.
Barbarella was so good. Great to see this finally released on Blu-ray. The picture and sound are as good as you can expect with a film of this age. The big disappointment is Paramount usual lack of extras - just a trailer. I'm still glad I got it though.