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The Playgirls and the Vampire (1960)

L'ultima preda del vampiro (original title)
Not Rated | | Horror | 1963 (USA)
Five beautiful showgirls are trapped by a storm and find refuge in a creepy old castle. The owner of the castle, a strange nobleman, has a secret laboratory in the basement and has his own plans for the girls.

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Complete credited cast:
Walter Brandi ...
Count Gabor Kernassy / The Vampire
Lyla Rocco ...
Vera
Maria Giovannini ...
Katia, the victim
Alfredo Rizzo ...
Lucas, the manager
Marisa Quattrini ...
Ilona
Leonardo Botta ...
Ferrenc
Antoine Nicos ...
Caretaker (as Antonio Nicos)
Corinne Fontaine ...
Magda
Tilde Damiani ...
Miss Balasz
Erika Dicenta ...
Erika di Centa (as Erika Di Centa)
Enrico Salvatore ...
Peasant
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Five beautiful showgirls are trapped by a storm and find refuge in a creepy old castle. The owner of the castle, a strange nobleman, has a secret laboratory in the basement and has his own plans for the girls.

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An unusual story of unnatural love and desire...so bold, so shocking--it must be shown to ADULTS ONLY! See more »

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1963 (USA)  »

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Curse of the Vampire  »

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1.37 : 1
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Good for a late night viewing
10 July 2000 | by See all my reviews

PLAYGIRLS AND THE VAMPIRE is a so-so early Italian horror movie that is good enough to hold an average euro-horror film buffs attention. Nice music, great looking (and occasionally, scantilly clad) go-go dancers, and not to mention an oddly unique final death scene.

Overall, a nice addition to any obscure movie collection, that will probably merit more than one viewing.


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