N.p. N.p., Circa 1976. Collection of seven vintage borderless reference photographs from the 1976 Italian film.
Based on the real Salon Kitty, a cabaret and brothel used by Nazi secret intelligence to collect information on high-ranking SS commandants and foreign dignitaries during World War II. Heavily edited for its US release, with many political elements purged in order to market the film as a sexploitation production. Considered one of the progenitors of the Nazi exploitation genre.
Set in Berlin.
9.5 x 7 inches. Near Fine.
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