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Blood of Dracula (1957)

 -  Horror | Romance  -  November 1957 (USA)
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Under hypnosis, a young woman turns into a vampire.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sandra Harrison ...
Nancy Perkins
Louise Lewis ...
Miss Branding
Gail Ganley ...
Myra
Jerry Blaine ...
Tab
Heather Ames ...
Nola
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Lt. Dunlap
Mary Adams ...
Mrs. Thorndyke
Thomas Browne Henry ...
Mr. Paul Perkins (as Thomas B. Henry)
Don Devlin ...
Eddie
Jean Dean ...
Mrs. Doris Perkins (as Jeanne Dean)
Richard Devon ...
Det. Sgt. Stewart
Paul Maxwell ...
Mike, the young doctor
Shirley Delancey ...
Terry (as Shirley De Lancey)
Michael Hall ...
Glenn
Craig Duncan ...
Police Officer
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In a girl's boarding school, science teacher, Miss Branding, tests her theory that there is power within the human potential that is beyond that of the atom. Using hypnosis and a special amulet, a new and troubled student, Nancy Perkins, becomes the subject of her experiments which result in a series of full-moon murders. Written by alfiehitchie

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Horror | Romance

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The first English-language movie featuring a vampire with visible fangs. See more »

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After the near accident, Nancys Dad puts the car in drive before restarting the car and then he backs up the car. See more »

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[last lines]
Mrs. Thorndyke: [in a cautionary tone] There is a power greater than science that rules the earth, and those who twist and pervert knowledge for evil only work out their own destruction. I'll call the police.
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Puppy Love
Music & Lyrics by Jerry Blaine
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good cult classic
6 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

With all due respect to the other comments, I have seen and enjoyed this film for many years; originally in l958. Like most AIP pics of the time, for me, they were well produced and surprisingly, well acted. Yes, it does resemble another great cult classic film, I was a Teen-Age Werewolf' a silly title,for what is a very good movie, given Micheal Landon at the start of his career. "Blood of Dracula" has some good horror vets, Malcolm Atterbury, Louise Lewis and Richard Devon. I never saw a hint of 'lesbianism' just a very con- trolling Doctor/scientist, and I find the song "Puppy" love rather corny, but cute. These movies relied on atmosphere and imagination, unlike today's gore, blood and guts, I say to 'each his own'I just don't like to see these movies 'belittled' when they do have, and merit artistic talent.


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