F Troop (1965–1967)
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V Is for Vampire 

Count Sforza, an emigrant from Transylvania, arrives in town. He comes in a hearse, has pale skin and has a crow he calls "Brother." The men of F-Troop suspect he may be a vampire, given ... See full summary »
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Count Sforza, an emigrant from Transylvania, arrives in town. He comes in a hearse, has pale skin and has a crow he calls "Brother." The men of F-Troop suspect he may be a vampire, given the count's tendency to say, "Good evening," regardless of the time of day. When Jane can't be found, O'Rourke, Agarn and the Captain decide to check out Sforza's spooky mansion. Written by Bill Koenig

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2 February 1967 (USA)  »

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Chief Wild Eagle: [upon seeing Count Sforza for the first time] Now that's what I call a paleface!
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Worth seeing for Vincent Price
31 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Guest star Vincent Price is the whole show here. He is clearly having a blast hamming it up as Transylvanian Count Sforza. He dresses and talks like Bela Lugosi's Dracula, travels by hearse, carries a pet crow on his arm, and moves into a supposedly haunted mansion on the outskirts of town. Of course, everyone is afraid of him and assume he's a vampire or something equally sinister.

Later on, the three principals (Forrest Tucker, Larry Storch, and Ken Berry) search for the missing Jane (Melody Patterson) inside Sforza's spooky old house. Not surprisingly, all sorts of frightening Abbott and Costello-type sight-gags ensue. The slapstick bits are pretty stale and feel recycled from the many haunted house comedy films of the 1940s. Nevertheless, Price is fun to watch and elevates the material.


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