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Countess Dracula ()


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In 17th-century Hungary, elderly widow Countess Elisabeth Nádasdy maintains her misleading youthful appearance by bathing in the blood of virgins regularly supplied to her by faithful... See more »

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Countess Elisabeth
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Captain Dobi
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Imre Toth
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Master Fabio
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Julie
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Captain Balogh
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Ilona
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Sergeant of Bailiffs
Jessie Evans ...
Rosa
Andrea Lawrence ...
Ziza
Susan Brodrick ...
Teri
Ian Trigger ...
Clown
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Gypsy Girl
Peter May ...
Janco
John Moore ...
Priest
Joan Haythorne ...
Second Cook
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Kitchen Maid
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The Seller
Sally Adcock ...
Bertha
Anne Stallybrass ...
Pregnant Woman
Paddy Ryan ...
Man
Michael Cadman ...
Young Man
Hülya Babus ...
Belly Dancer (as Hulya Babus)
Lesley Anderson ...
Gypsy Dancer
Biddy Hearne ...
Gypsy Dancer
Diana Sawday ...
Gypsy Dancer
Andrew Burleigh ...
1st Boy
Gary Rich ...
2nd Boy
Albert Wilkinson ...
Circus Midget
Ismed Hassan ...
Circus Midget
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Servant (uncredited)
Olive Gregg ...
Countess Elisabeth Nádasdy (uncredited) (voice)

Directed by

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Peter Sasdy

Written by

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Jeremy Paul ... (screenplay)
 
Alexander Paal ... (story) and
Peter Sasdy ... (story)
 
Gabriel Ronay ... (based on an idea by)
 
Valentine Penrose ... (book "The Bloody Countess") (uncredited)

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Alexander Paal ... producer

Music by

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Harry Robertson ... (as Harry Robinson)

Cinematography by

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Kenneth Talbot ... director of photography (as Ken Talbot)

Film Editing by

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Henry Richardson

Art Direction by

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Philip Harrison

Costume Design by

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Raymond Hughes

Makeup Department

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Pat McDermott ... hairdressing supervisor (as Pat McDermot)
Tom Smith ... make-up supervisor

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Christopher Sutton ... production manager

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Ariel Levy ... assistant director

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Arthur Banks ... construction manager
Tim Hutchinson ... set designer (uncredited)
Tim Wake ... carpenter (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Ken Barker ... dubbing mixer
Kevin Sutton ... sound recordist
Graham V. Hartstone ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Terry Poulton ... sound recordist (uncredited)
Otto Snel ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Alban Streeter ... sound editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Bert Luxford ... special effects

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Dorothy Ford ... horseback double: Ingrid Pitt (uncredited)

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Kenneth J. Withers ... camera operator (as Ken Withers)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Brian Owen-Smith ... wardrobe master

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Philip Martell ... musical director / composer: additional music (uncredited) / musical supervisor (uncredited)

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Gladys Goldsmith ... continuity
Mia Nadasi ... choreographer (as Mia Nardi)
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Plot Summary

In medieval Europe aging Countess Elisabeth rules harshly with the help of lover Captain Dobi. Finding that washing in the blood of young girls makes her young again she gets Dobi to start abducting likely candidates. The Countess - pretending to be her own daughter - starts dallying with a younger man, much to Dobi's annoyance. The disappearances cause mounting terror locally, and when she finds out that only the blood of a virgin does the job, Dobi is sent out again with a more difficult task. Written by Jeremy Perkins {J-26}

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Taglines Her macabre and bloody quest for eternal youth See more »
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Also Known As
  • Comtesse Dracula (France)
  • La condesa Drácula (Spain)
  • Condessa Drácula (Brazil)
  • Drakula grófnő (Hungary)
  • Senketsu no shojo kari (Japan)
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  • 93 min
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Trivia The picture that appears behind the opening credits is an 1896 painting by Hungarian artist Istvan Csok. It shows the real Countess Bathory enjoying the torture of some young women by her servants. In an inner courtyard of one of her castles, the naked girls are being drenched with water and allowed to freeze to death in the snow. See more »
Goofs When the young boys in the forest discover the body of the girl, they run way and holler for help. In the next shot, the girl is breathing. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Bride of Monster Mania (2000). See more »

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