The Big Doll House
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The Big Doll House (1971, USA/Philippines) is a Women In Prison film directed by Jack Hill.
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- Released in 1971
- Running Time: 95 Min.
- Production Co: New World Pictures (as New World Pictures Inc.)
- Distribution Co: New World Pictures (1971) (USA) (theatrical) | Howard Mahler Films (1971) (USA) (theatrical) (USA: East Coast)
- Directed by Jack Hill
- Written by Don Spencer
- Starring Judith M. Brown, Roberta Collins, Pam Grier, Brooke Mills, Pat Woodell, Sid Haig, Kathryn Loder
- Produced by John Ashley, Eddie Romero, Jane Schaffer, Roger Corman, Cirio H. Santiago
- Original Music by Hall Daniels
- Cinematography by Fred Conde
- Film Editing by Cliff Fenneman
Also Known As
- Bamboo Dolls House | Cárcel de mujeres (Venezuela) | Naarashäkki (Finland) | Sesso in gabbia (Italy) | Women's Penitentiary | Women's Penitentiary III (USA) (video title)
- Their bodies were caged, but not their desires. They would do anything for a man - or to him.
- Soft young girls behind hard prison bars
- Boiling passions confined behind concrete walls
- Naked lust that builds to a climax of death
- White skin on the black market
- The dirty dolls of devil's island. You can meet them for a price!