Bora Bora (1968 film)

Bora Bora is a 1968 Italian sexploitation film, directed and written by Ugo Liberatore starring Haydée Politoff, Corrado Pani, Doris Kunstmann, and Rosine Copie.[1]

Bora Bora
Directed byUgo Liberatore
Produced by
Screenplay byUgo Liberatore
Story byUgo Liberatore
Music by
CinematographyLeonida Barboni
Edited byGiancarlo Cappelli
Distributed byAmerican International Pictures
Release date
  • September 20, 1968 (1968-09-20)
Running time
97 minutes


An estranged married couple, who reconcile their differences in the sensual surroundings of the Tahitian island.


Bora Bora was picked up for American distribution by American International Pictures, who removed some scenes (cutting down the running length from 97 to 90 minutes) and replaced the original music of Italian composer Piero Piccioni with a new score by exotica legend Les Baxter, the regular composer of choice for the studio.



  1. "Bora Bora". Turner Classic Movies. United States: Turner Broadcasting System. Retrieved March 10, 2018.
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