Salon Kitty (film)
|Directed by||Tinto Brass|
|Produced by||Ermanno Donati
|Written by||Tinto Brass
Ennio De Concini
Maria Pia Fusco
|Music by||Fiorenzo Carpi|
|Editing by||Tinto Brass|
Salon Kitty is a 1976 erotic-drama film directed by Tinto Brass. The film was coproduced by Italy, France and West Germany. It is based on the novel of the same name by Peter Norden, covering the real life events of the Salon Kitty Incident, where the Sicherheitsdienst took over an expensive brothel in Berlin, had the place wire tapped and all the prostitutes replaced with trained spies in order to gather data on various members of the Nazi party and foreign dignitaries.
- Helmut Berger: Helmut Wallenberg
- Ingrid Thulin: Kitty Kellermann
- Teresa Ann Savoy: Margherita
- John Steiner: Biondo
- Bekim Fehmiu: Hans Reiter
- Stefano Satta Flores: Dino
- Sara Sperati: Helga, the dominatrix
- John Ireland: Cliff
- Maria Michi: Ilde
- Rosemarie Lindt: Susan
- Paola Senatore: Marika
- Tina Aumont: Herta Wallenberg
- Dan van Husen: Rauss
- Luciano Rossi: Dr. Schwab
- Giancarlo Badessi: Officer with Projector
- Aldo Valletti: Dart Throwing Client
- Salvatore Baccaro: Neanderthal Prison Inmate (uncredited)
- Zavattini, Cesare. L'ultimo schérmo: cinema di guerra, cinema di pace. EDIZIONI DEDALO, 1984.
- Stéphane François. Le nazisme revisité. Berg International, 2008.
- Cult Cinema. Cult Cinema. John Wiley and Sons, 2011.
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