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Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS (1974)


Commentaries on this disc:

Commentary 1: Actor Dyanne Thorne, director Don Edmonds, and producer David F. Friedman Rating:8.3/10 (3 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by JMClaymore on June 30th, 2004:Find all reviews by JMClaymore
This commentary is quite good because it is both informative and entertaining. The producer, director, and star are also joined by a comedian who does an excellent job of moderating the discussion. Edmonds and Friedman give great insight into what it took to make this no-budget exploitation flick into a cult classic. Thorne talks about the decision to play the infamous Ilsa and how it's influenced her career since. The tone is very upbeat thanks to the comedian (can't remember his name), who keeps things flowing and inserts a lot of humor. Even without the humor, MANY commentaries would be better served by having an outsider facilitate discussion.
Reviewed by colinr on March 7th, 2007:Find all reviews by colinr
This commentary track is very entertaining, and quite upbeat for something accompanying a film about Nazi death camps and torture!

The track does include one of the funniest conversations I've ever heard on a commentary, and that alone makes the entire track worth listening to!:

(when an enormous (and impressive!) explosion occurs in the film):

"What was the name of our explosives expert?"

"Three-fingered Harry"