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Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural -- A notorious bank robber kills his wife and flees the police, only to be captured by a mysterious group of figures in an abandoned town.


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Richard Blackburn (screenplay) and
Robert Fern (screenplay)
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May 1975 (USA) See more »
Run, little girl! Innocence is in peril tonight! See more »
A young girl who returns to her hometown to see her dying father finds herself being drawn into a web of vampirism and witchcraft. | Full synopsis »
Back Catalogue #4: Vci Entertainment
 (From Fangoria. 26 October 2009, 4:34 AM, PDT)

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Directed by
Richard Blackburn 
Writing credits
Richard Blackburn (screenplay) and
Robert Fern (screenplay)

Produced by
C.V. Blackburn .... executive producer
Robert Fern .... producer
Original Music by
Dan Neufeld 
Cinematography by
Robert Caramico (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Pieter Hubbard  (as Pieter S. Hubbard)
Art Direction by
Sterling Franck 
Set Decoration by
Ellen Prince 
Allan A. Apone (uncredited)
Costume Design by
Rosanna Norton 
Makeup Department
Sharon Cassidy .... hair stylist
Byrd Holland .... special makeup effects creator
Hy Pyke .... assistant makeup artist
Douglas J. White .... assistant makeup artist (as Douglas White)
Production Management
F.A. Miller .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Art Names .... assistant director
Art Department
Dick Osmun .... set constructor (as Richard Osmun)
Fred Folger .... props (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Byrd Holland .... visual effects creator
Camera and Electrical Department
Jean Pierre Geuens .... additional camera operator (as Jean-Pierre Geuens)
Hank Grattan .... key grip (as Hank Gratton)
Robert Isenberg .... camera assistant
Tim Wawrzeniak .... camera assistant
W. Allen York .... supervising electrician (as Allan York)
James Bryan .... director of photography: additional photography (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jodie Lynn Tillen .... costumer (as Jodie Tillen)
Music Department
Dan Neufeld .... conductor
Other crew
Joan Tucker .... script continuity
Crew believed to be complete

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Also Known As:
"Lemora, the Lady Dracula" - USA (TV title)
"The Rape of the Vampires" - USA (reissue title)
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80 min | USA:113 min (uncut version) | USA:85 min (DVD version)
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Alvin Lee's car seen at the beginning of the film is a French Citroen Traction Avant made from 1934 - 1957.See more »
Lemora:Tomorrow, after the ceremony, you and I will become blood sisters... and all my power... all my beauty... all my life will be yours to share.
Lila Lee:What kind of ceremony? In the church?
Lila Lee:Baptist?
Lemora:Oh, no. Much more ancient than that. A church that all the others came from. A ceremony that goes so far back no-one knows when it began.
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10 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Dreamlike, aesthetic, beautiful..., 22 March 2003
Author: sitheag ( from Northern Colorado

I saw this movie late one night; I must have been 10 or 11. What I remember most was the song of the nightbirds in the nocturnal outdoor scenes, and how I would hear the same song as I laid in my bed at night in East Texas. To my young and overly active imagination, this could only mean Lemora was in my neck of the woods, and because of this I knew for sure I was on her list of little girls to take away to experience the wonders of the night. A striking and strange movie, with one of the most captivating vampiresses on film. If you ever wanted a vampire for a mommy, this one's for you!

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