Bamboo House of Dolls

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Bamboo House of Dolls (1973, HK) is a Women In Prison film directed by Chih-Hung Kwei.


Main Details

  • Released in 1973
  • Color
  • Running Time: 110 Min.
  • Production Co: Shaw Brothers
  • Distribution Co: Peppercorn-Wormser (1976) (USA) (theatrical) (dubbed)
  • Directed by Chih-Hung Kwei
  • Starring Birte Tove, Lieh Lo, Hsieh Wang, Terry Liu, Roska Rozen, Niki Wane
  • Produced by Run Run Shaw, Tien Wu
  • Original Music by Fu-ling Wang
  • Cinematography by Chi Yu
  • Film Editing by Henry Chang, Hsing-lung Chiang

Also Known As

  • Bamboo House of Dolls (Hong Kong) (English title)
  • Bamboo Women's Prison (Europe) (English title)
  • Camps d'amour pour chiens jaunes (France)
  • Das Bambuscamp der gequälten Frauen (Germany)
  • O Dragão de Ouro (Portugal) (original subtitled version)
  • Orgia se stratopedo gynaikon (Greece)
  • Storia segreta di un lager femminile (Italy)
  • Das Bambuscamp der Frauen


During World War II, the Japanese occupy China and open many concentration camps. In one of these called Bamboo House of Dolls, a group of girls are emprisoned. One of the women (the wife of a Chinese partisan) knows the location of some hidden gold that the Japanese want. She needs to get her husband by escaping.

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