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Deported Women of the SS Special Section (1976)

Le deportate della sezione speciale SS (original title)
Young women in Nazi-occupied countries are packed onto a train and shipped off to a prison camp, where the sadistic commandant uses them as rewards for his lesbian guards and perverted and deviate troops.


Rino Di Silvestro (as Alex Berger)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
John Steiner ... Herr Erner
Lina Polito Lina Polito ... Tania Nobel
Erna Schurer ... Kapo Helga
Sara Sperati Sara Sperati ... Monique Dupré
Solvi Stubing ... Fräulein Greta
Guido Leontini Guido Leontini ... Dobermann
Paola D'Egidio Paola D'Egidio ... Kapo Trude
Rik Battaglia ... Dr. Schubert (as Rick Battaglia)
Stefania D'Amario ... Angela Modena
Ofelia Meyer Ofelia Meyer ... Kapo Inge (as Ofelia Mayer)
Felicita Fanny Felicita Fanny ... Mara (as Felicita Fanni)
Maria Renata Franco Maria Renata Franco ... Milena (as Renata Franco)
Giorgio Cerioni Giorgio Cerioni ... Ivan (as Giorgio Cerrione)
Cesare Barro Cesare Barro ... Frederick
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Young women in Nazi-occupied countries are packed onto a train and shipped off to a prison camp, where the sadistic commandant uses them as rewards for his lesbian guards and perverted and deviate troops.

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Each Day Is A Living Hell For These Helpless Captives!


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Rino Di Silvestro and Solvi Stubing remained friends after shooting on this movie had wrapped. See more »


Kapo Helga: [addressing the new arrivals] This a special camp, ladies. You will remain here until the camp commander has decided what other destinations - definite ones - to send you to. Some of you will have the opportunity of working for the Third Reich. But this privilege will be given only to those of you who pass the selection. For no reason are you to leave the block you have been assigned to. Any kind of relationship with the guards will be severely punished. Anyone who tries to escape from the Lager...
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The best of it's genre
5 August 2015 | by FalconeerSee all my reviews

After seeing countless 'Nazisploitation' movies, I lost hope that anything from this genre could actually qualify as "good cinema." But "Deported Women of the SS" has all the trappings of a good film; competent, sometimes beautiful cinematography, haunting and romantic orchestral score, and characters that are developed enough that you can actually care about their fate. Not to mention very authentic looking military/SS uniforms, and hairstyles correct to the 1940's. Best of all, we have John Steiner, as SS Captain Herr Erner. what a great, sinister villain he makes here. He played a similar role in Tinto Brass' "Salon Kitty," and I cannot imagine anyone looking more believable in those gorgeous black SS uniforms. In "Deported Women" we learn that Herr Erner had a passionate affair with an attractive young woman,and is reunited with her years later, when she arrives at the concentration camp..as a prisoner. His obsession for her grows to the point that it could be his downfall.

For WWII enthusiasts, this is a must-see film. As far as the exploitation elements go, this movie doesn't go overboard. You get a lesbian rape scene, that winds up not being very enjoyable, as we are made to care about the victim. This is so rare with this genre of film. The actors are attractive and the high production values prevent this from looking seedy. This is certainly the best film of it's genre. I also recommend another nazisploitation film called "Nazi Love Camp," as it has good production values, and a good story. Try to find a good copy.

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Italian | German

Release Date:

23 November 1976 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

SS Special Section Women See more »

Filming Locations:

Bracciano, Rome, Lazio, Italy

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1.78 : 1
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