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Female Prisoner #701: Scorpion


Meiko Kaji, Rie Yokoyama, Isao Natsuyagi, Fumio Watanabe View All


Shunya Ito (Director), Hirô Matsuda (Writer), Fumio K?nami (Writer) View All

Release: Aug. 1st, 1972
Runtime: 1 hour, 29 minutes
After being cruelly set up by a crooked detective named Sugimi (Isao Natsuyagi), whom she loved, Nami Matsushima (aka Matsu the Scorpion) (Meiko Kaji) is sentenced to do hard time in a women's prison, which is run by sadistic and horny male guards. There are 700 other prisoners, making Matsu number 701. Her crime was making a failed attempt to stab Sugimi on the steps of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Headquarters because he used her to win favor...

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