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Captive Women 4 (1977)

Elsa Fräulein SS (original title)
Not Rated | | Thriller, War | 26 September 1977 (France)
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To improve the morale of the German officers, a train with beautiful girls is arranged to entertain them when on leave.


Patrice Rhomm (as Mike Staar or Mark Stern)


Victor Hadria (concept), Marius Lesoeur (adaptation) (as A.L. Mariaux) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Malisa Longo ... Elsa Ackermann
Olivier Mathot ... Maj. Frantz Holbach
Patrizia Gori ... Liselotte Richter (as Patricia Gori)
Pamela Stanford ... Gundrun - The Singer
Claudine Beccarie
Erik Muller Erik Muller
Rudy Lenoir Rudy Lenoir ... Gen. von Glück
Jean Le Boulbar Jean Le Boulbar ... Werner (as Jean Leboulbard)
René Gaillard René Gaillard ... Mheim
Thierry Dufour Thierry Dufour ... Deserter
Lynn Monteil Lynn Monteil
Nadine Pascal Nadine Pascal ... (as Lynn Monteil)
Roger Darton Roger Darton ... Heim
Daniel White Daniel White ... Officer at Piano
Danielle Chennevière Danielle Chennevière ... (as Dany Chennevieres)


To improve the morale of the German officers, a train with beautiful girls is arranged to entertain them when on leave.

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When Elsa first arrives at the train station in her black SS uniform she is wearing the rank of Standartenfuhrer (Colonel, one oak leaf) which is correct for her character. When the train leaves the station and she is standing on the train looking out she is wearing a black SS uniform with the rank of Gruppenfuhrer (Lt. General, three oak leaves); this was a costuming error. See more »


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"Elsa" is no patch on "Ilsa" and THIS is a boring film!
7 December 2005 | by CoventrySee all my reviews

All aboard the sleaze-train! Hitler's latest invention to boost the moral among his exhausted and unmotivated SS-officers. Led by killer shrew Elsa, a former prostitute and overly fanatic patriot, a train filled with ravishing ladies rides to the war fronts and the girls offer sexual services in their carriages. "Salon Kitty" on rails, in other words, and that about summarizes the whole movie. "Elsa Fräulein SS" is a complete rip-off of "Salon Kitty" (they even unmask betrayers and deserters the same way) and "Ilsa – She Wolf of the SS". Elsa has many vile characteristics in common with Ilsa, only she lacks the arrogance and the self-complacency. Also, unlike the above mentioned titles, "Fräulein SS" is boring, tame and it doesn't contain one sequence that qualifies as shocking or even unsettling. There's a lot of nudity, of course, but no obscene sex-scenes or graphic violence. Nazi-exploitation is already a totally redundant horror sub genre as it is, so what's the point of watching another one if there aren't any memorable moments of sickness?? The yodel music is utterly annoying and the scenery looks like secondhand attributes, used in other exploitation movies already. Total turkey! Avoid, unless of course you're on a pointless mission to watch every crappy 70's exploitation movie ever made.

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Release Date:

26 September 1977 (France) See more »

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Captive Women 4 See more »

Filming Locations:

Riquewihr, Haut-Rhin, France See more »

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Eurociné See more »
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