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Joshuu 701-g˘: Sasori, Movie, 1972 IMDB

Pictures provided by: Jale

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Also known as:

  • Female Prisoner #701: Scorpion
  • Sasori - Scorpion (Germany)
  • La femme scorpion (France)

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Jale PL

2009-07-25 00:49


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Red Grant US

2009-07-26 00:50


ive been trying to find this movie for a while

walter IT

2019-08-18 13:09


@SedanMan: are you sure that your new pictures are from this exact movie? Strange that Jale missed two 2-stars cars...

night cub US

2019-08-20 06:22


@Jale - Could you look at this please?

Jale PL

2019-08-20 11:38


Frankly - it was decade ago and I don't remember. But I don't think I could miss anything [*], not to mention [*][*]. On the other hand - maybe exist some longer version of the film...?

Sandie SX

2019-08-20 22:02


Jale wrote On the other hand - maybe exist some longer version of the film...?

Quite possibly, I'll validate.

s13a RU

2019-08-20 22:18


Now that I can see which entries were validated, I can confirm that these 2 entries: /vehicle_1289747-Nissan-Skyline-1972.html and /vehicle_1289750-Oldsmobile-Cutlass-1968.html, are in fact from the movie Shin joshű Sasori: 701-g˘ (1976), which is the movie I submitted nearly 4 months ago.

That movie (I believe) is the 5th instalment of the 'Female Prisoner #701: Scorpion' franchise, and often their movie titles are very similar, so it can get a little bit confusing to some people :D

SedanMan US

2019-09-01 21:59


Thanks, screw13article, you are correct. The DVD I have is titled "Female Convict Scorpion Prisoner # 71" which led me to believe it was first in the series but it has a date of 1976 and is actually "Shin joshű Sasori: 701-g˘" which as you said is the fifth installment.

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