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Bats in the Attic 

Lucard is concerned about the upsurge in substandard zombies and about finding the vampire causing them. Meanwhile, Max has found Librairie Clees-Meunier, a fantastic bookstore full of ... See full synopsis »

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Philip Bedard ...
'Hot & Steamy' Schnitzel Delivery Boy (as Phil Bedard)
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Gustav Helsing
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Lawrence Lei / Alfred
Geordie Johnson ...
Alexander Lucard
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Sophie Metternich
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Christopher Townsend
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Max Townsend
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Lucard is concerned about the upsurge in substandard zombies and about finding the vampire causing them. Meanwhile, Max has found Librairie Clees-Meunier, a fantastic bookstore full of books about vampires and werewolves. Bookseller Lawrence Lei (Jack Blum) knows things about vampires that even Max doesn't know, e.g., a vampire can be sealed in a coffin by hammering it shut with a silver nail, so Max invites his new friend home to meet Uncle Gustav, and Max spills the beans that Alexander Lucard is a vampire. When Lawrence shows up at Lucard's castle begging Lucard to make him into a vampire because his friend Alfred won't do it, Lucard suspects that Alfred might be the rogue and heads to the bookstore to check him out. In the meantime, when Helsing's hot and steamy schnitzel arrives 12 hours late and the zombielike delivery boy (Phil Bedard) is destroyed by the Cross of the Magyars, he also begins to suspect a rogue vampire and sets out to get a list of schnitzel deliveries made in ...

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27 April 1991 (USA)  »

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