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PG | | Fantasy, Horror | 27 June 1973 (USA)
The vampire Mamuwalde (Blacula) is stirred by African voodoo, and is forced to kill again.

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Cast

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Justin Carter
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Sheriff Harley Dunlop
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Willis Daniels
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Denny (as Lynn Moody)
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Gloria
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Elaine
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Ragman
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Louis
Van Kirksey ...
Prof. Walston
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Al Jones ...
Ernesto Macias ...
Milt (as Eric Mason)
Sybil Scotford ...
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After a dying Voodoo queen chooses an adopted apprentice as her successor, her true heir is outraged. Seeking revenge, he buys the bones of Blacula the vampire off of a dealer, and uses voodoo to bring the vampire back to do his bidding. In turn, Blacula turns him into a vampire and makes him his slave. Meanwhile, a police officer with a large collection of African antiques and an interest in the occult investigates the murders caused by Blacula and his vampire horde. Written by Anonymous

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"Blacula is the most horrifying film of the decade." - Count Dracula Society. See more »

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Fantasy | Horror

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Blacula II  »

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Trivia

One of the props from this film (a crucifix) appeared in the Louis Theroux documentary Louis and the Nazis (2003). It is owned by John Malpezzi. See more »

Goofs

When Blacula strikes Sheriff Dunlop, the stairs that he falls onto switch from carpeted to non carpeted. See more »

Quotes

Mamuwalde: [to his minions] You disgust me! Good night!
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Connections

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Soundtracks

Torment
Lyrics by Marilyn Lovell (as Marilynn Lovell)
Music by Bill Marx
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21 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

For fans of the 50s-70s horror genre, this has got to be one of the better efforts. It has all the key ingrediants: very good lead (Marshall is obviously skilled), a beautiful girl (Pam Grier looks stunning in S,B,S), bad special effects (check out the vampire house late in the movie, woah), a decent plot, a spooky overall feel and lots of early 70s campiness (Big Willis is a good comic foil throughout and provides some memorable one liners, e.g. "a man has GOT to see his face"). Although it drags in some places early, once it picks up, it really is very entertaining. 8/10.


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