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Deafula (1975)

A theology student finds himself turning into a vampire and hunting other students for their blood.

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(as Peter Wechsberg)

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(as Peter Wechsberg)
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Peter Wolf ...
Deafula / Steve Adams (as Peter Wechsberg)
James Randall ...
Rev. Adams (Deafula's father) (as James D. Randall)
Lee Darel ...
Detective
Dudley Hemstreet ...
Assistant detective Butterfield
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Mother of Deafula
Cindy Whitney ...
Young Amy
Norma Tuccinardi ...
Old Amy
Nick Tuccinardi ...
Zork (Amy's servant)
Gary R. Holstrom ...
Bob L. Fowler ...
Dr. Moon
Raymond Reichle ...
Dr. Reichle
Errol Wechsberg ...
Baby Deafula
Von Wechsberg ...
Young Deafula
Toni Below ...
Tall Woman in Bedroom
Sheila Pope ...
Young Woman in Living Room
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A theology student finds himself turning into a vampire and hunting other students for their blood.

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March 1975 (USA)  »

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Young Deafula  »

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The first horror film shot using American Sign Language. See more »

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Old Amy: You probably noticed my servant has no hands. God was angry with him because he behaved abominably. God punished him. He lost his hands. The Devil has his hands now.
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Agonizingly dull Deafula.
20 November 2010 | by (Chyby, Poland) – See all my reviews

The story of "Deafula" focuses on Steve Adams,a young theology student who just happens to turn into a vampire from time to time,but has no memory of doing so after the fact.After a chat with a friend who is investigating the bloodless corpses turning up around town,Adams begins to have flashbacks to his childhood-including one scene in which his bloodlust causes him to rip out the throat of his puppy.Having previously believed he had just been an unusually anemic youngster and the son of a simple minister these memories prompt Adams to investigate his past;he finds that he is actually the son of Count Dracula himself."Deafula" is a perfect cure for insomnia.It's silly and pretentious flick with plenty of psychotronic weirdness.The special effects are bad and the action moves at snail's pace.4 deafulas out of 10.


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