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Dracula (The Dirty Old Man) (1969)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror | 6 February 1974 (France)
Dracula enslaves Dr. Irving Jekyll, turning him into the lycanthropic JackalMan, demanding that he lure female blood donors to his L.A. cabin retreat.


William Edwards


William Edwards




Cast overview:
Vince Kelley Vince Kelley ... Alucard
Ann Hollis Ann Hollis ... Ann
Libby Caculus Libby Caculus ... Marge
Joan Pickett Joan Pickett ... Joan
Billy Whitton Billy Whitton ... Jackal-man
Sue Allen Sue Allen ... Carol
Adarainne Adarainne ... Susan
Ron Scott Ron Scott ... Bob / Narrator
Bob Whitton Bob Whitton ... Station Attendant
Rebecca Reynolds Rebecca Reynolds ... Stranded Girl


Dracula enslaves Dr. Irving Jekyll, turning him into the lycanthropic JackalMan, demanding that he lure female blood donors to his L.A. cabin retreat. Written by Howard Clegg

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He slaked his thirst with the blood of innocent young virgins


Comedy | Horror


Not Rated

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Original sound shot with the movie was so bad and didn't match the good footage, that the entire movie was dubbed in the studio. Additional footage was shot in Dallas, using local talent. See more »


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Brilliant... in a weird and twisted way
19 February 2004 | by blind IoSee all my reviews

Saw this movie a couple of years ago as part of a very very small film festival. I remember we where about 8 or 10 people there, and one of the participants threatent to walk out and have his movie back which kind of scared the arranger since he would loose about 10% of his income on the show. He kept saying that the guy should hold on and wait, the next movie would make everything all right. Sadly this was not so, until Dracula (The Dirty Old Man) was shown (about # 6 in the show I think out of 8). The guy who had complained was, like the rest of us, completely shocked. The completely ridicuoles dialog and everything cramped into the movie to make it appear longer, the sudden scene with no connection to the rest of the plot of older man with a young girl (probably the producer wanting to get something out of the nude girls himself, and also by far the most pretty girl in the film) and the naked women being raped by a fully dressed werewolf saved the festival for that guy complaining, completely taking back everything he had said and praising the show for being so strange he could do nothing else but love it. And the arranger saved is 10% loss.

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Release Date:

6 February 1974 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Dracula ce vieux cochon See more »

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1.85 : 1
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