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Dracula's Dog (1977)

R | | Horror | 8 May 1977 (UK)
Russian soldiers accidentally unleash the servant of Dracula, as well as his dog, during excavations of Romania. Together, they set out for America, to find the last descendant of the great... See full summary »

Director:

Albert Band
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Pataki ... Michael Drake / Count Dracula
Jan Shutan Jan Shutan ... Marla Drake
Libby Chase Libby Chase ... Linda Drake
John Levin John Levin ... Steve Drake
Reggie Nalder ... Veidt Smith
Cleo Harrington Cleo Harrington ... Pat Parks
Tom Gerrard Tom Gerrard ... Maslov, the guard
Bob Miller Bob Miller ... Lieutenant
Gordon McGill Gordon McGill ... Second Officer
Al Ferrara ... Al, the deputy
Roger Pancake Roger Pancake ... Sheriff
Sally Marr Sally Marr ... Camper
Merryl Jay Merryl Jay ... Camper
Jackie Drake Jackie Drake ... Camper
John Kirby John Kirby ... Traveller
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Storyline

Russian soldiers accidentally unleash the servant of Dracula, as well as his dog, during excavations of Romania. Together, they set out for America, to find the last descendant of the great Count. Written by Humberto Amador

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There's More To The Legend Than Meets... The Throat! See more »

Genres:

Horror

Certificate:

R | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:

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Country:

USA | Italy

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 May 1977 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Zoltan, Hound of Dracula See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

The Winnebago was the most expensive prop in the movie. See more »

Goofs

Michael Drake is referred to as the last heir of Dracula, but he has 2 children. See more »

Quotes

Veidt Smith: Find the man that can harm us Zoltan, and destroy him.
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Alternate Versions

When originally released theatrically in the UK, the BBFC made cuts to secure a 'X' rating. All cuts were waived in 1987 when the film was granted a '18' certificate for home video. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Fear at 400 Degrees: The Cine-Excess of 'Suspiria' (2009) See more »

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Not one of those overlooked horror gems in your video store
4 March 2003 | by horrorbargainbinSee all my reviews

No, this movie is just awful. In fact it's got to fall into my bottom five worst horror films ever. I bought it because it was directed by Albert Band. Very dull. Nearly unwatchable. The plot may sound kind of weird and fun, but I assure you that the story is presented in a most unexciting way. I paid even less attention to the action sequences than the tired talking scenes. No one could possibly give a hoot about any of these characters, puppies included. A movie has got to be pretty bad when it can't even generate sympathy for a cute puppy. People that slam "The Hills Have Eyes Pt. 2" for it's dog-based flashback would have a field day with this one.


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