The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)
The ending is directly taken from the finale of "Dance of the Vampires"/"Fearless Vampire Killers."
The song "Con amor" is filmed in a vampire-style referencing, in Marisol words, Polansky's "Dance of the vampires".
The ending, where the old vampire is killed but the new vampire lives, and is seen riding off into new pastures on horseback - thus completing the circle of evil - occurs in both films. The director for Nosferatu admits on the commentary track that this was a deliberate homage
The final scene between Dan and Ellie mirrors the finale of "Dance of the Vampires."
A parody of Polanski's movie is shown.
The very last scene mirrors the twist ending of "Dance of the Vampires."
'Dance of the Vampires' is mentioned.
"Count Polanski" is mentioned in one scene as head of vampire clan.
The ending is a direct reference to the conclusion of 'The Fearless Vampire Killers'
The special talks of how Polanski tried to remove his name from the film.
Phrase "fearless vampire killers" said.
Precise borrowing of the dancing-but-not-reflected-in-the-huge-mirror scene
The title is visible in a magazine.
The ending is an homage to the ending in The Fearless vampire killers
During his visit to the cemetery, Jan Saudek tells some family story and says "It's story like from The Fearless Vampire Killers".
Host mentions Sharon Tate working on this film.
Miguel Ferrer's dialogue during the Satanic ritual sequence is a direct homage to Count Von Krolock.
Abronsius (the main character of the film "The Fearless Vampire Killers") is also the name of one of the magicians
show called "The Fearless Vampire Sitters"
Mentioned in dialogue
A featurette for the Fearless Vampire Killers
shown in Sharon Tate segment
This film's theatrical trailer is featured.
Clips are shown.
This film was featured in this episode.
The movie clip is shown.
Documentary about this title's star
spoofs all iconic vampire movies
Ballroom dance scene etc.