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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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All the interiors for the prison camp were filmed at Bracciano Castle in Bracciano, Rome, Lazio, Italy. See more »


Herr Erner: [Camp commandant slowly, menacingly enters prisoner cell] Ohh, Tanya, Tanya Noble: oh, good ol' destiny has brought you across my path again. You must believe me, at this moment I want to see you happy and laughing like those days at Casa Noble - but one day your Mother betrayed my trust, betrayed the Fatherland; she hid some subversives away, organisers of resistance on German territory; I was prepared to forgive everything for you, Tanya, but she took you away from me knowing how much I would ...
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Routine, nasty Italian exploitation
24 September 1999 | by splittterSee all my reviews

As I've seen this film, and no-one else has written anything about it I thought I'd say a few words, not that it is particularly remarkable. If you're even looking at this page you're probably a fan of Italian Exploitation (god help you) and this film is certainly that. It's about women in a Nazi prison, featuring such classic situations as the odd lesbian encounter, sadistic guards, and a lengthy bit of pubic hair shaving.

The plot is handled decently, I guess, being a rare film of this sort that actually provides some interest in the individual characters. This may come from the ridiculously over the top acting (especially from the camp commandant), but at least there is an air of some competence in the production.

In terms of deranged innovation, this film features an eye-opening razor-blade-in-a cork-up-the-vagina manoeuvre to thwart the amorous commandant. That scene, amongst others, contributing to the fact that it was apparently rejected for even Cinema exhibition in Britain. Tragically it occurs quite far into the film, and is not particularly gory or amusing or otherwise of interest. The fact that it is banned probably means more people will seek it out than otherwise would (I know I did).

There are a few scenes like the above, catapulting this film from a routine exploitation movie into something that leaves a bit of a nasty taste in the mouth. Moving from the sort of obviously fake nonsense most films of this kind have, to a seeming attempt to present degrading experiences realistically, for no reason other than whatever kicks viewers can get out of that. Not very many for most people I would expect.

Nonetheless worth seeing if you like the genre I imagine, especially the scene where, in an effort to impress the heroine, the commandant makes two women give him a blow-job (interesting seduction technique, certainly, but then the guy is a Nazi); his facial expression is great. However there's really nothing here that is particularly original, and (as above) will probably leave most feeling a little dirty. Still, no particular reason for it to be banned.

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Release Date:

23 November 1976 (Italy) See more »

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SS Special Section Women See more »

Filming Locations:

Bracciano, Rome, Lazio, Italy

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