Bamboo House of Dolls, The

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The Bamboo House of Dolls
女集中營
(Nu ji zhong ying)
Nu ji zhong ying poster.jpg
Movie poster
Country HOK.jpg Hong Kong
Directed by Chih-Hung Kuei
Release Date 1973
Language Mandarin
Japanese
Danish
English
Studio Shaw Brothers
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jennifer Birte Tove
Tsui Kuo-Tung Lieh Lo
Inoue Hsieh Wang
Mako Terry Liu
Mary Roska Rozen
Elizabeth Niki Wane
Huang Hsia Hsia-ying Lo
Nakamura Shen Chan
Chang Feng-Chen Chen
Hu Li-Chu Sang-mi Ko


The Bamboo House of Dolls (Chinese: 女集中營; Nu ji zhong ying) is a 1973 Hong Kong light-porn war drama, set during the Second Sino-Japanese war.


The following weapons were used in the film The Bamboo House of Dolls:

Contents


SPOILERS.jpg WARNING! Major spoiler


Pistols

Nambu Type 14

Nearly Imperial Japanese Army officers,included Inoue (Hsieh Wang), Mako (Terry Liu), Nakamura (Shen Chan), Tabei (Mei Sheng Fan) and unnamed (played by Kang Ho, Hsiung Kao, Min-Lang Li and Wei Lu) carry Nambu Type 14s as their duty sidearm throughout the movie.

Early Nambu Type 14 - 8x22mm Nambu
Imperial Japanese Army officer pulls his Nambu...
...and fires it. Numerous Imperial Japanese Army soldiers hold Arisakas.
Mako threates prisoners with her Nambu.
Inoue's Nambu is seen hanged on the wall.
Jennifer (Birte Tove) manages to capture Inoue's Nambu.
Nakamura aims his Nambu.
Mako pulls her Nambu.
A good view of the Nambu in Mako's hand.
Chang (Feng-Chen Chen) captures the Nambu from Imperial Japanese Army officer.
Tabei and another Imperial Japanese Army officer aim thie Nambus.
Inoue and Mako fire their Nambus, while the Imperial Japanese Army soldiers fire Arisakas.

Mauser C96

Several partisans were armed with the Mauser C96s. Later, one of this pistols had been given to Tsui Kuo-Tung (Lieh Lo).

Mauser C96 "Pre-War Commercial" - 7.63x25mm Mauser
The partisan fires the Sterling (1), while other partisan fires Mauser (2).
Partisans ambushing Imperial Japanese Army troops with the Mausers.
Partisans fire their Mausers (1) and Type 24 (2).
Partisan's commander hands his Mauser to Tsui Kuo-Tung.
Tsui Kuo-Tung holds the Mauser at the film climax.

FN Model 1910

Yisheng (uncredited) and one unnamed partisan tries to defend them-self from Imperial Japanese Army troops with the FN Model 1910 at the film beginning. Most likely, a single movie prop was used.

FN Model 1910 - .380 ACP
The partisan pulls his pistol at Arisakas wielding soldiers...
...and fires it.
The ejection gate of the pistol can be seen.
Another view of his pistol.
Yisheng raises his pistol (pointed by the red arrow)...
...but is shot.

Mondial Model 1900

A slightly customized Mondial Model 1900 appeared in the hands of Huang Hsia (Hsia-ying Lo) at the one point.

Mondial Model 1900
Huang Hsia uncovers his sidearm...
...and draws it.
The slide serration can be seen.
Note the vent rig on the top of the slide.
Huang Hsia aims her pistol.
...and about to fire it.
A close up.
Huang Hsia fires her pistol.
A view of the other side of the pistol.
Huang Hsia fires his pistol.
...and fires it again.
Huang Hsia struggles with Jennifer, still holds the pistol.
Note the lack of the hummer.
Huang Hsia holds Jennifer at gunpoint with the pistol.

Submachine Guns

Sterling L2A3

Numerous Imperial Japanese Army soldiers, as well, as several partisans were armed with the Sterling L2A3 submachine guns.

Sterling L2A3 (Mk.4) - 9x19mm
Imperial Japanese Army soldier (at the right) runs with the Sterling, while another soldier (at the right) holds Arisaka.
Note the curved mag.
Imperial Japanese Army soldier about to fire his Sterling.
Imperial Japanese Army soldier (at the background, left) holds the Sterling. The stock's shape can be seen. Other Imperial Japanese Army soldiers were armed with the Arisakas.
The Sterling is carried on the sling (pointed by the red arrow).
The partisan fires the Sterling (1), while other partisan fires Mauser (2).
The same partisan is shot and drops his Sterling.
Imperial Japanese Army soldier (at the right) holds the Sterling. The one at the center, left holds the Arisaka.
Imperial Japanese Army soldier fires his Sterling.
The partisan fires the Sterling (pointed by the red arrow) at the Arisakas wielding Imperial Japanese Army soldiers.

MP40

At least one Imperial Japanese Army soldier holds a MP40 (a rather strange choice for Imperial Japanese Army).

MP40 - 9x19mm
Imperial Japanese Army soldier (at the left) holds the MP40.
Imperial Japanese Army soldier brandishes his MP40 after firing it.
A perfect view of the MP40.

Rifles

Arisaka Type 99

The Arisaka Type 99 is the standard firearm of nearly all Imperial Japanese Army soldiers. Jennifer (Birte Tove), Tsui Kuo-Tung (Lieh Lo), Mary (Roska Rozen), Elizabeth (Niki Wane), Huang Hsia (Hsia-ying Lo), Hu Li-Chu (Sang-mi Ko) and Hung Yu-Lan (Hye-suk Lee) briefly hold this rifles at the several points.

Arisaka Type 99 standard rifle - 7.7x58mm. Also sometimes referred to as the 'short rifle' when compared to the limited run 'long rifle'.
Imperial Japanese Army soldiers bayoneting captivities with their Arisakas.
The Arisaka's bolt can be seen.
Imperial Japanese Army soldiers aims the Arisaka.
A good view of the Arisakas.
Jennifer captures the Arisaka from Imperial Japanese Army soldier.
Imperial Japanese Army soldiers hit inmates with the buttstock of their Arisakas.
The muzzles...
...and bolts can be seen.
Numerous Imperial Japanese Army soldiers hold Arisakas. Mako, Inoue and other one Imperial Japanese Army officer can be seen armed with the Nambus.
Jennifer holds captured Arisaka.
Imperial Japanese Army soldier fires his Arisaka at the final scene.

Arisaka Type 38

Several Arisaka Type 38s are also used by Imperial Japanese Army soldiers., but much less common.

Arisaka Type 38 rifle - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
Imperial Japanese Army soldiers shot the inmate.

Machine Guns

ZB-26

A visually modified ZB-26s were used by Imperial Japanese Army soldiers and partisans. Numerous types of mock-ups were used, it's resembles Type 11 Light Machine Gun, Type 96 Light Machine Gun and Maxim-Tokarev.

ZB-26 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Type 11 Light Machine Gun - 6.5x50mm Arisaka
Type 96 Light Machine Gun (minus magazine) - 6.5x50mm Arisaka
Maxim-Tokarev light machine gun - 7.62x54mm R
The ZB-26, mocked as Type 11 is aimed at the inmates.
Imperial Japanese Army soldiers hold inmates at gunpoint with the ZB-26s, mocked as Type 11s.
A good view of the ZB-26, mocked as Type 11 at the background.
The ZB-26, mocked as Type 11 is mounted on the watchtower. Imperial Japanese Army soldiers in the truck hold Arisakas.
Imperial Japanese Army soldier in the truck (a left one) holds the ZB-26, mocked as Type 11, while another (a right one) holds the Arisaka.
Imperial Japanese Army soldier aims the ZB-26, mocked as Type 11.
Imperial Japanese Army soldier aims the ZB-26, mocked as Type 96 (pointed by the red arrow).
The ZB-26, mocked as Type 96 is mounted on the watchtower.
The partisan aims his machine gun...
...but is shot.
The machine gun at the Japanese camp is seen at the right. Numerous Imperial Japanese Army soldiers in the truck wields Arisakas.

Type 24 Heavy Machine Gun

What appeared to be Type 24 Heavy Machine Gun can be seen used by Imperial Japanese Army soldiers and partisans.

Type 24 Heavy Machine Gun - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The Type 24 is aimed by Imperial Japanese Army soldiers.
The another view of the same scene.
Imperial Japanese Army soldiers fire the Type 24.
Imperial Japanese Army soldiers aim the Type 24 at partisans.
A closer view of this gun.
Imperial Japanese Army soldier fires his Type 24 at partisans.
The Type 24 is mounted on the truck. Numerous Imperial Japanese Army soldiers wields Arisakas.
Partisans fire their Mausers (1) and Type 24 (2).

Grenades

Model 24 Stielhandgranate

At least one partisan uses Model 24 Stielhandgranate at the one scene.

Model 24 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" stick grenade with fragmentation sleeve
The partisan through his grenade.

Unknown Grenade

An unknown grenades can be seen used by the several partisans at the two points.

The partisan about the through the greande.
The partisan grabs the grenade (pointed by the red arrow).

Trivia

Numerous guns can be seen at the alternative movie poster. Most of it's a rather generic to made correct ID

Jennifer (Birte Tove) fires the MP40's style submachine gun, Mary (Roska Rozen) and Huang Hsia (Hsia-ying Lo) aim the generic rifles, while Tsui Kuo-Tung (Lieh Lo) pulls the generic revolver, that not appeared in the movie.


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