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Russian soldiers accidentally unleash the servant of Dracula, as well as his dog, during excavations of Romania. Together, they set out for America, to find the last descendant of the great Count. Written by
Juvenile chiller, microscopically higher quality than the standard.
A European vampire-tomb is unearthed by an explosion, releasing a Renfield-type minion of Count Dracula(Reggie Nalder) and his loyal bloodsucking canine named Zoltan. With a vampire-expert professor hot on their trail, they travel to America in search of the last Dracula descendant, a suburban family man unaware of his frightful ancestry.
DRACULA'S DOG is assembly-line drive-in fodder, but for a Crown International Pictures release, a bit tidier a production that one might expect. Amidst the intermittent belly laughs, a few scenes actually manage to bring on the chills. The casting of Reggie Nalder is beneficial, as well...his lizard-like mug glowing in the moonlight could send any man running for the hills.
5.5/10...a perfect flick for youngsters having Saturday night sleepovers.
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