Bluebeard (1972) 1080p YIFY Movie

Bluebeard (1972) 1080p

Baron Kurt Von Sepper (Richard Burton) is an Austrian aristocrat noted for his blue-toned beard, and his appetite for beautiful wives. His latest spouse, an American beauty named Anne (Joey Heatherton), discovers a vault in his castle that's filled with the frozen bodies of several beautiful women. When confronted with this slight oddity, Bluebeard explains to Anne that he found an easier alternative to divorce when he grew bored with his previous wives. In order to avoid being Bluebeard's next frozen bride, Anne must find a way to outwit her murderous hubby. —Leo Urbina

IMDB: 5.60 Likes

  • Genre: Crime | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.07G
  • Resolution: 1920*1040 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 125
  • IMDB Rating: 5.6/10 
  • MPR:
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 10

The Synopsis for Bluebeard (1972) 1080p

Baron Kurt Von Sepper (Richard Burton) is an Austrian aristocrat noted for his blue-toned beard, and his appetite for beautiful wives. His latest spouse, an American beauty named Anne (Joey Heatherton), discovers a vault in his castle that's filled with the frozen bodies of several beautiful women. When confronted with this slight oddity, Bluebeard explains to Anne that he found an easier alternative to divorce when he grew bored with his previous wives. In order to avoid being Bluebeard's next frozen bride, Anne must find a way to outwit her murderous hubby. —Leo Urbina


The Director and Players for Bluebeard (1972) 1080p

[Director]Edward Dmytryk
[Role:]Raquel Welch
[Role:]Richard Burton
[Role:]Virna Lisi


The Reviews for Bluebeard (1972) 1080p


Burton as boogiemanReviewed bybwaynefVote: 2/10

You wouldn't expect Richard Burton to have any trouble stepping into the boogieman shoes of Vincent Price, but he certainly did in "Bluebeard." The film is heavy on the organ music as Burton's Bluebeard knocks off his wives the same way he married them: one by one. At least he's not a bigamist. Burton's accent is as phony as any I've ever heard, and there are several hunting scenes that appeared too real for my liking. At one point, a dog looks like it's been blown away. If it was only a stunt, the dog deserved an Oscar. The movie didn't.

Incoherent version of a great taleReviewed byCoventryVote: 5/10

Ever since I was a child, the morbid tale of Bluebeard intrigued me immensely. But apparently, it's not very easy to find adequate films about the lady-murdering Baron. I haven't been able to track down the 1944 version (starring John Carradine!) yet, but I was very happy when I got hold of this one. I figured it couldn't go wrong with this cast (Richard Burton and Raquel 'One Million Years B.C.' Welsh), the period of release (the rancid 70's) and because it partly is an Italian production (they dare to exceed limits of good taste more easily). To my regret it turned out a disappointment? Not that it's an entirely bad film, though. The classic tale is respected and the film implies an interesting structure, but it's so darn tame! To any creative director or scriptwriter, this plot would offer such a great opportunity to deliver a compelling, adrenalin-filled film but here it's not the case. It doesn't even feature the slightest bit of sleaze, which I actually hoped for. There's too few excitement and action while the chilling set-pieces are underused. To choice to have Richard Burton play Baron Kurt 'Bluebeard' Von Sepper sounded like an ingenious casting idea but his performance only is so so. For those unfamiliar with the plot: it handles about a German WWI veteran who returns from the war a ladykiller?.literally. His eighth wife Anne discovers a secret room in the castle and a horrible secret. The only good comments actually go out to the female cast! One thing you got to admit, Baron Bluebeard has a fine taste and eye for female beauty. Goddess Raquel Welsh is great as a nymphomaniac nun and also Sybil Danning, Nathalie Delon and Virni Lisi impress in their roles of ex-wives. Bluebeard is worth a peek if a TV-station would ever program it, definitely not worth buying.

Blue IndeedReviewed byamosduncan_2000Vote: 2/10

This stinker barely played in theaters, at least in Chicago, then was trimmed for late night TV, before vanishing until the days of DVD. The movie is caught somewhere between "what were they thinking?" and "Meh". Burton gives a few of the sketches his best shot, but the movie never more than scrapes up against funny. Burton would sink to even greater depths, and also come back for a few good moments.

The big story here is tragic sexpot Joey Heatherton, who gives it her all in what would be, really, her only shot at breaking into features. I'm almost sure She also did an early low budget feature IMDb somehow missed. A stunning beauty hampered perhaps by a chipmunkish voice, She looks stunning and hangs in there in shot after shot. Her amazing nude scene probably destroyed her chances of being taken seriously, but it does not rob her of her dignity. Showbiz is not for sissies, and She deserved a better break.

The movie redeems itself in the scenes where it really attempts to work as farce, it simply always falls a little short. Perhaps the bright colors and costumes actually work against it a little.

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