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La maison des filles perdues (1974)

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Cast

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Sandra Julien ...
Magda
Silvia Solar ...
Sylvia
Magda Mundari ...
Yvette
Olivier Mathot ...
Rasly
Evelyne Scott ...
First Blonde (as Evelyn Scott)
Gillian Gill ...
Madame Zozo (as Gillian Pascuale)
Raymond Schettino ...
Mr. Gaston
Gilda Arancio ...
Second Blonde (as Gilda York)
Antonia Lotito ...
Mimie
Catherine Laurent ...
Suzanne
Jack Taylor ...
Marc Roberts (archive footage)
Jean Roville ...
Dupre
Claude Boisson ...
Boldhead (as Yul Sanders)
Johnny Wessler ...
Accomplice of Sylvia
Mario Santini ...
Calvet
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The House of Lost Girls: Mindboggling Eurociné composite!
17 April 2009 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Strange Eurocine sleaze about a girl who's forced into prostitution, made mostly from bits and pieces from other films... to make it even more puzzling, some of the newly shot footage (or is it? You can never be really sure when you're watching a Eurocine film) also ends up in the almost identical L' Oasis Des Filles Perdues, which I saw before this one. And just as in that routine sleaze film the action just drops dead in the middle for over 20 minutes from a 1960s spy film with Jack Taylor! It's very funny when the geniuses behind this opus try to mix the spy footage to make it appear as it's part of the sleaze flick! I really enjoyed this film but there is no way I can justify it.


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