New True Story of Woman Condemned to Hell Trailer

New True Story of Woman Condemned to Hell Trailer (1976)

24 January 1976 Drama, Crime 70 mins

A woman is imprisoned for killing her unfaithful husband and his girlfriend. Basically Nikkatsu's attempt to copy Toei's SASORI series.

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Cast

Kozue Hitomi

as Mayumi Hôjô

Yuri Yamashina

as Fumiko Kusakabe

Naomi Oka

as Yoshie Ôno

Hiroshi Chô

as Prison warden Takioka

Hisashi Kawamura

as Jirô Misaki

Rei Minami

as Kaoru Kagawa

Yuki Minami

as Kazuko Ninomiya

Asuka Miyazaki

as Rumi Hamada

Ken Mizoguchi

as Prison guard Sugimoto

Hajime Tanimoto

as Noboru Motoki

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