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Audrey Campbell ... Olga
Marlaina Abbie ... Elaine
Gigi Darlene ... Frenchy (as Leonore Rhein)
Veronica Bellach ... Vicki
Mitzi Meer ... Lola (as Mitzi)
Rickey Bell ... Collette (as Ricky Bell)
Jimmy Lyons ... Jimmy
Marlene Eck ... Greta (as Lisa Vohn)
Amy Eden ... Jackie
Joel Holt ... Narrator (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
George Weiss ... Physician (uncredited)

Directed by
Joseph P. Mawra  (as Joseph A. Mawra)
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Joseph P. Mawra (written by) (as Joseph A. Mawra)

Produced by
George Weiss .... producer
Cinematography by
William Rose  (as Chung Lo)
Film Editing by
Joe Nelson 
Camera and Electrical Department
Richard E. Brooks .... lighting technician

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Also Known As:
"Olga's White Slaves" - USA (poster title)
"Slaves of Chinatown" - USA (bowdlerized title)
"White Slaves" - USA (short title)
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72 min
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7 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Ilsa predecessor fails to live up to the hype, 29 December 2006
Author: Josh Pasnak from Canada

The Olga movies have a place in exploitation cinema history as being some of the first successful 'roughie' films and they gave us one of the first demented female icons of the grindhouse era. I decided to start out with this flick as it is the first of the series and I have to say that I was underwhelmed. Maybe it is because I have already seen the Ilsa flicks (which were obviously inspired by the Olga series) as they were way more offensive and explicit thereby making White Slaves of Chinatown quite tame in comparison. This resulted in a tedious movie that consisted of narration over various scenes of women becoming addicted to drugs and being tortured for not submitting to Olga's demands. I'm sure that these scenes were offensive back in 1964 and would probably still offend many today (especially in an abortion scene) but I guess I have become quite desensitized to this kind of material. There is an extremely annoying score that consists of an endless loop of Chinese music, some hero-like jazz, and rendition of "Night on Bald Mountain" that kept making me think of Fantasia and took me right out of the picture. This movie hasn't aged well and reminded me more of Reefer Madness than the sexploitation classic it claims to be.

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