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Vampyros Lesbos ()


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An erotic horror tale about a vixen vampiress seducing and killing women to appease her insatiable thirst for female blood.

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Countess Nadine Carody (as Susann Korda)
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Dr. Alwin Seward
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Dr. Steiner
Ewa Strömberg ...
Linda Westinghouse (as Ewa Stroemberg)
Heidrun Kussin ...
Agra
José Martínez Blanco ...
Morpho (as J. Martinez Blanco)
Michael Berling ...
Dr. Seward's Assistant
Andrea Montchal ...
Omar (as Viktor Feldmann)
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Memmet
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Beni Cardoso ...
Dead Woman (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jesús Franco ... (as Franco Manera)

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Jaime Chávarri ... (screenplay)
 
Jaime Chávarri ... (story)
 
Jesús Franco ... (screenplay) (as Franco Manera)
 
Anne Settimó ... (screenplay)
 
Bram Stoker ... (novel) (uncredited)

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Artur Brauner ... producer
Karl Heinz Mannchen ... executive producer

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Jesús Franco ... (as David Khune)
Manfred Hübler ... (as Manfred Hubler)
Sigi Schwab ... (as Siegfried Schwab)

Cinematography by

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Manuel Merino

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Clarissa Ambach

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María Luisa Soriano ... editor: Spanish version

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Jesús Franco ... special makeup effects artist

Production Management

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Rudolf Hertzog ... production manager (as Rudolph Hertzog Jr.)

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Nicole Guettard ... assistant director (uncredited)

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Nicole Guettard ... script supervisor (as Nicole Guettard Franco)
Salvador Arias ... voice dubbing: Dennis Price (uncredited)
Lola Cervantes ... voice dubbing: Ewa Strömberg (uncredited)
Delia Luna ... voice dubbing: Soledad Miranda (uncredited)
Gerd Martienzen ... voice dubbing: Paul Muller (uncredited)
José Martínez Blanco ... voice dubbing: Michael Berling (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

In Istanbul, the lawyer of Simpson & Simpson Linda Westinghouse has erotic dreams with a strange woman every night and her analyst Dr. Alwin Seward suggests her to find another lover. Linda is assigned to resolve an inheritance issue with the Hungarian Countess Nadine Oskudar that has inherited a real estate from Count Dracula. Linda leaves her boyfriend Omar in the Istanbul Hilton and travels to the Kadidados Island. While waiting for transportation in the continent, Linda is advised by a local that the island would be a place of death and insanity and she should not travel to there. However, she does not pay attention to the man and meets Countess Oskudar that is a lesbian vampire fascinated by Linda. The Countess drinks the blood of Linda and she has amnesia and is sent to a mental institution where Dr, Steiner, who is also a vampire expert, treats her and puts an advertisement in the newspapers. Omar finds Linda and Dr. Steiner teaches her how to kill a vampire. Linda has to be very powerful to resist the spell of Countess Oskudar that has a crush on her and destroy the vampire. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Taglines A Psycho-Sexadelic Horror Freakout! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Vampyros Lesbos: Die Erbin des Dracula (West Germany)
  • Im Zeichen der Vampire (West Germany)
  • Schlechte Zeiten für Vampire (West Germany)
  • Das Mal des Vampirs (West Germany)
  • Las vampiras (Spain)
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  • 89 min
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Cumulative Worldwide Gross $51,852

Did You Know?

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Trivia For most DVDs an image master from the French version titled "Vampiros lesbos" was used, while the original German release title was spelled "Vampyros Lesbos". See more »
Goofs Towards the end of the movie (minute 80), when Linda calls desperately to the closed door of the balcony, the film crew on the other side can be seen reflected in the glass. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Diabolical Mr. Franco (1999). See more »

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