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4 October 1969 (Japan) See more »
A Place of Total Despair. All the youthful beauty of Europe enslaved for the pleasure of the 3rd Reich.
Two female Army agents go undercover at a Nazi prison camp to get information from a scientist being held there. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Well made, but rather tame Nazisploitationer See more (17 total) »


  (in credits order)

Bob Cresse ... Commandant (as R.W. Cresse)
Maria Lease ... WAC Lt. Linda Harman
Kathy Williams ... WAC Lt. Grace Freeman

Bruce Kimball ... Sgt. Klaus Müller (as Bruce Kemp)

John Alderman ... Capt. Robert Calais (as John Aiderman)
Rodger Steel ... Gen. Erich von Hamer
Rod Wilmoth ... Col. Karl Müller (as Rod Willmouth)
David F. Friedman ... Col. Max Kemp (as Dave Friedman)
Patricia Roddy
John Riazzi ... Nazi with Hose
Cathy Adams ... Blonde Prisoner (as Carolyn Appelby)
Louis Mazzarella
Ken Sims
Larry Martinelli ... Russian General

Shari Mann ... Prisoner with Col. Kemp (as Shelly Martin)
Natasha Steel
Robert Aiken ... Johnny (as Robert Baker)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Wes Bishop ... Sgt. Gotthardt (uncredited)
Lee Frost ... Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Sheri Jackson ... Raina (uncredited)
Warren James ... Nazi with Mustache (uncredited)
James E. McLarty ... Major Latham (uncredited)
Hugh Thelman ... General Olson (uncredited)

Directed by
Lee Frost  (as R.L. Frost)
Writing credits
Bob Cresse (original story) (as R.W. Cresse)

Wes Bishop  uncredited

Produced by
Wes Bishop .... associate producer (as Wesdon Bishop)
Bob Cresse .... producer (as R.W. Cresse)
David F. Friedman .... producer
Cinematography by
Lee Frost (photographed by) (as R.L. Frost)
Production Management
Paul Wilmoth .... production manager (as Paul Wilmouth)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Stefan Zema .... assistant director
Sound Department
Sam Kopetzky .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Harry Woolman .... special effects (as Harry Wolman)
Camera and Electrical Department
Jay Donohue .... key grip
Other crew
Chuck Fisher .... production assistant
Steve Offers .... title designer

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Also Known As:
"Nazi Love Camp 7" - Australia (video box title)
"Лагерь любви 7" - Soviet Union (Russian title)
"Auschwitz: Gynaikeio stratopedo 119" - Greece (reissue title)
"Camp 7: lager femminile" - Italy
"Campo de concentración N.º 7" - Spain (imdb display title)
"Erikoisleiri no 7" - Finland
"Erotiko stratopedo tou G' Reich" - Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title)
"Et sexdyr i lejr 7" - Denmark (imdb display title)
"Femmes à hommes" - France (alternative title)
"Le camp spécial N° 7" - France (imdb display title)
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96 min | Australia:94 min (cut)
Color (Eastmancolor)
Sound Mix:
Australia:R18+ (uncut) (2005) | Australia:R (cut) (1974-2005) | Australia:RC (original rating) (1973) | Finland:K-18 | France:18 (original rating) | France:16 (re-rating) (1979) | New Zealand:(Banned) (2005) | UK:(Banned) | UK:Rejected (2002)

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The film was one of the original 72 video nasties in the UK and consequently banned. When the film was eventually submitted to the BBFC in 2002 it was refused a certificate with the statement as follows - 'The BBFC has refused a classification to the video of LOVE CAMP 7. LOVE CAMP 7 is an exploitation film set in a Nazi 'love camp' during the second World War. The film contains numerous scenes of women prisoners being abused, tortured and humiliated by their Nazi captors. Indeed the whole purpose of the work is to invite male viewers to relish the spectacle of naked women being humiliated for their titillation. LOVE CAMP 7 contains both eroticised depictions of sexual violence and repeated association of sex with restraint, pain, and humiliation. These sequences were in clear contravention of the Board's strict policy on depictions of sexual violence, which prohibits scenes that eroticise or endorse sexual assault. The possibility of cuts was considered. However, because the sexual violence runs throughout the work cutting was not considered to be a viable option'.See more »
Commandant:[addressing new arrivals] Welcome, ladies to Love Camp Number Seven. At the moment, perhaps, some of you feel you're unfortunate... but let me assure you that your being sent to Love Camp Seven was by far the most pleasant of all alternatives. I cannot guarantee you that you will love Love Camp Seven but I can guarantee that you will love in Love Camp Seven...See more »
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Referenced in That's Sexploitation! (2013)See more »


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3 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Well made, but rather tame Nazisploitationer, 28 August 2010
Author: Corpus_Vile from Dublin, Ireland

Two hawt allied spies go undercover in a Nazi love camp, (where women are there "to please the officers of The Third Reich") in order to bust out a spy. Or something. All the nudity distracted me. Anyway, they soon come to the attention of the camp's camp evil warden, who likes nothing better than having prisoners lick his jackboots, when he isn't thinking up tortures for chuckles. Mucho nekkidness and sleaze ensues before the tables are finally turned on the rotten Nazi swine blah-de-blah.

I really only wanted to see Love Camp 7 because it was one of the original video nasties, and I wanted to see it purely for the sake of it. Now that I have... It's pretty meh.

Being a Lee Frost (who gave us A Climax Of Blue Power and The Black Gestapo, which were also pretty well made) film, it's typically well made, although the acting is pretty dire. Although tame compared to say, The Gestapos Last Orgy or Ilsa, it was probably eyebrow raising enough back in its day, as it's no wimp for its time.

Overall though, it's just standard, nothing special sleaze, and worth a look solely for those wishing to view all the films on the video nasty list.

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