Professor Paris Catalano visits Venice, to investigate the last known appearance of the famous vampire Nosferatu during the carnival of 1786.
Did You Know?
On his first day, Klaus Kinski
got into a violent argument with director Mario Caiano
and refused to work with him. The director then agreed to leave the set (after being paid his full salary), the third director to leave the picture before principal photography was complete. Facing disaster, producer Augusto Caminito
then decided to direct the film himself so he wouldn't have to pay another director. Since he had almost no directing experience, he was helped by his assistant Luigi Cozzi
. Kinski also reportedly directed some scenes himself. See more
Follows Nosferatu the Vampyre