Count Dracula is alive and well and teaching college in 1979 under false identity. However, someone is still trying to stop his evil plans. Originally aired as part of NBC's Cliffhangers TV series which featured three revolving serials.
The famous vampire lives in San Francisco and teaches history at South Bay College, Evening Division. Here he gets to bite attractive students while fending off his enemies von Helsing and Mary Gibbons (whose mother has already been bitten and turned into a vampire).Written by
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Originally broadcast in short weekly installments as part of the series "Clilffhangers" (see Stop Susan Williams (1979) and The Secret Empire (1979)). This was the only one of the three stories to be completed by the time "Cliffhangers" was cancelled. See more »
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Originally broadcast as part of the TV series "Cliffhangers." See more »
I saw this show when I was a teen in 1979 and fell in love. I have been into vampires ever since then (going on nearly 25 years). I highly recommend it as a first taste (no pun intended) for someone who doesn't want a gory vamp flick. It has led me into other great vampire flicks as Interview with a Vampire, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Blade and such shows as Forever Knight and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. If anyone knows about this show on DVD, PLEASE!!! Let me know. I would love to add it to my collection. Michael Nouri is a very good actor and played the part of Dracula very seductively. It was a powerful show for a fourteen year old girl and now that I'm forty... it still holds fond memories for me
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