Le schiave esistono ancora (released in the U.S. in 1965 as "Slave Trade in the World Today" and "There are Still Slaves in the World Today"), the 1964 Falco Qulici, Maleno Malenotti & Roberto Malenotti Italian slave trade documentary ("Never before seen on the screen... The truth about slavery - today!"; "This is the SHOCK of your life!"; "SEE - for the first time - the smuggled motion pictures of a sheik's harem and an actual slave auction! Women of all nations sold for a night... A month.. A year... Or forever!"; "SEE - for the first time - the international traffic of women! Girls, of all races, shipped body and soul across the burning sands of the slave route... By plane, truck and camel caravan!"; "SEE - for the first time - a strange, shocking and true story of almost unbelievable scenes! All of this was secretly photographed under penalty of death and smuggled across the borders of two continents!"; "Every incredible scene is real!"; "Inspired by the international shocking book by Sean O'Callaghan and official reports by Lord Maugham"