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Attempting to cash in on the name recognition of Young Frankenstein (1974), Vampira was renamed "Old Dracula" for North American release. The two films were shown back-to-back as a double bill in many locations. See more »
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A humorous film putting a Brit Twist on the Dracula Legend.
Though it has been several years since I saw this film, I recall enough to wish I could find it on video..or better DVD.
I happen to like David Niven and found this film rather enjoyable. I would expect that one would need to be able to grasp some of the subtle humor that a good number of Britcoms are known for to really enjoy some of the more funny bits.
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