Ilsa: She Wolf of The S.S.
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Ilsa: She Wolf of The S.S (1974, USA/Germany) is a Nazisploitation film directed by Don Edmonds.
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- Followed by: Ilsa: Harem Keeper of The Oil Sheiks | Ilsa: The Wicked Warden | Ilsa: Tigress of Siberia
- Featured in: American Grindhouse | Mad Ron's Prevues From Hell
- Included in: GCDb Top 20 | Depraved Delights: 20 Grindhouse Cinema Shockers | Chicks in Chains and Mean Muthers: Women In Prison Films
- Featured in: The Ilsa Trilogy Boxset
- Released in 1974
- Runtime: 92 min (uncut PAL) | 96 min (uncut NTSC)
- Aspect Ratio: (1.66:1)
- Production Co: Aeteas Filmproduktions
- Distribution Co: Cambist Films (1975) (USA) (theatrical) | Cinépix Film Properties (CFP) (1975) (Canada) (theatrical)
- Directed by Don Edmonds
- Written by Jonah Royston, John C.W. Saxton (as Jonah Royston)
- Starring: Dyanne Thorne, Gregory Knoph, Tony Mumolo
- Cinematography by Glenn Roland
- Film Editing by Kurt Schnit
- Ilsa is an evil Nazi warden at a death camp that conducts "medical experiments." Ilsa's goal is to prove women can withstand more pain and suffering than men, and therefore should be allowed to fight on the front lines.
Also Known As
- Ilsa - Die Hündinnen vom Liebeslager 7 (Germany)
- The most dreaded Nazi of them all!
- Even the SS feared her!
- A different kind of X.
- My name is ILSA! I turned my lovers into Lampshades!