Claude Mulot  

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Claude Mulot (1942 - October 13, 1986) , also known as Lansac, was a French filmmaker working in the fantastique and the erotic genres. In 1969 he made an erotic horror feature entitled La Rose Ecorchée (The Blood Rose). In this film, the mad scientist was named Frederic Lansac, and he chose it for his pseudonym when he made the move to hardcore films.

Claude Mulot's porno entries are eccentric. They feature elements of science fiction and what the French call the "fantastique".

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