From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Salon Kitty (1976, France/Germany/Italy) is a Nazisploitation film directed by Tinto Brass.
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- Released in 1976
- Running Time: USA:110 min (heavily cut) | Germany:110 min (heavily cut) (unrated version) | Argentina:125 min (cut) | 133 min (director's cut)
- Production Co: Cinema Seven Film | Coralta Cinematografica | Les Productions Fox Europa
- Distribution Co: Trans American Films (1977) (USA) (dubbed)
- Directed and Edited by Tinto Brass
- Written by Tinto Brass, Antonio Colantuoni, Ennio De Concin, Maria Pia Fusco, Peter Norden, Louise Vincent
- Starring Helmut Berger, Ingrid Thulin, Teresa Ann Savoy
- Produced by Ermanno Donati, Giulio Sbarigia
- Original Music by Fiorenzo Carpi, José Padilla
- Cinematography by Silvano Ippoliti
- Kitty runs a brothel in Nazi Germany where the soldiers come to "relax". Recording devices have been installed in each room by a power hungry army official, who plans to use the information to blackmail Hitler and gain power himself.
Also Known As
- Doppelspiel (Germany)
- Madam Kitty (USA)
- Madame Kitty (France)
- Salão Kitty (Brazil) (cable TV title)
- Salong Kitty (Sweden)
- Depraved. Decadent. Damned.