History Film / IlsaSheWolfOfTheSS

23rd Jul '16 7:23:49 AM TheJayman49
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* FanDisservice: If you found any portion of this film to be arousing, something's ''seriously'' wrong with you.
16th Jul '16 10:11:18 AM Da1tonTheGreat
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* FanDisservice: If you are actually aroused by any portion of this film, something's ''seriously'' wrong with you.
16th Jul '16 10:10:22 AM Da1tonTheGreat
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** Also, a number of signs are seen that use Fraktur, a font which was banned by the Nazis in 1941.
15th Jul '16 7:38:44 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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* GroinAttack: At one point, Ilsa tortures her patients with an electrified dildo.
16th Jun '16 5:28:39 PM TheJayman49
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* FanDisservice: If you actually are aroused by any portion of this film, something's ''seriously'' wrong with you.

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* FanDisservice: If you are actually are aroused by any portion of this film, something's ''seriously'' wrong with you.
4th Jun '16 7:17:07 AM CaptainMar-Vell92
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* TheSociopath: [[RuleOfThree prizes not even here]].
28th Jun '15 4:52:47 AM Morgenthaler
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The [[TropeMaker Trope]] '''[[TropeMaker Maker]]''' of the Nazisploitation subgenre was ''Love Camp 7'', made in 1969 six years earlier. When that was a big hit in Canada, André Link and John Dunning of Montreal distributor Cinepix quickly drafted the script for this movie, and secured David F. Friedman (who'd starred in ''Love Camp 7'' and produced Herschell Gordon Lewis's ''BloodFeast'') as a producer.

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The [[TropeMaker Trope]] '''[[TropeMaker Maker]]''' of the Nazisploitation subgenre was ''Love Camp 7'', made in 1969 six years earlier. When that was a big hit in Canada, André Link and John Dunning of Montreal distributor Cinepix quickly drafted the script for this movie, and secured David F. Friedman (who'd starred in ''Love Camp 7'' and produced Herschell Gordon Lewis's ''BloodFeast'') ''Film/BloodFeast'') as a producer.
13th Apr '15 3:30:30 PM Morgenthaler
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* ImAHumanitarian: How Ilsa meets her end in ''The Wicked Warden'', eaten alive by her own slaves.

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* ImAHumanitarian: JustDesserts: How Ilsa meets her end in ''The Wicked Warden'', eaten alive by her own slaves.
23rd Apr '14 5:15:34 AM AP
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* DolledUpoInstallment: There are two sequels set in contemporary times with Ilsa not only alive but still reasonably young. This is because those films were initially SpiritualSuccessors of the original Ilsa film staring Thorne as more or less the same character. After they were made, they changed the titles and dubbed her name in. This also explains why she apparently died more than once.

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* DolledUpoInstallment: DolledUpInstallment: There are two sequels set in contemporary times with Ilsa not only alive but still reasonably young. This is because those films were initially SpiritualSuccessors [[SpiritualSuccessor spiritual successors]] of the original Ilsa film staring Thorne as more or less the same character. After they were made, they changed the titles and dubbed her name in. This also explains why she apparently died more than once.
23rd Apr '14 5:14:55 AM AP
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* DolledUpoInstallment: There are two sequels set in contemporary times with Ilsa not only alive but still reasonably young. This is because those films were initially SpiritualSuccessors of the original Ilsa film staring Thorne as more or less the same character. After they were made, they changed the titles and dubbed her name in. This also explains why she apparently died more than once.
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