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Dracula Exotica (1980)

Sailing to the USA, smuggler Vita Valdez stabs Count Dracula, but he bites her. A necrophiliac morgue attendant reveals she became a vampire. She becomes Dracula's secretary but turns a sergeant into a vampire against Dracula.

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(as Warren Evans)

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(as K. Schwartz)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
... Count Dracula
... Surka / Sally Iancu
... Vita Valdes
... Big Bird (as Erik Edwards)
Roger Caine ... Sgt. Wilmo Blick (as Mark Dexter)
Gordon G. Duvall ... Renfrew
Bobby Astyr ... Anatole
Murray Bukofski ... Chikopnik
Alba Bonn ... Castle Guide
Leigh Hope ... Hunter Graduate
Terry Yule ... Gilda Glad
Carol Markoe ... Shopping Bag Lady
Inez de Falla ... Flamenco Dancer
Denise Sloan ... Vampire Wife #1
Diana Sloan ... Vampire Wife #2 (as Dianna Sloan)
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Storyline

Horrified at his causing the death of a young girl, Dracula commits suicide and curses himself to be one of the undead for all time. Unlike Christopher Lee, however, this Dracula prefers to bite his victims in far more erotic places than the neck. Written by Rhino <rhino@blueyonder.co.uk>

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Adult | Comedy | Horror

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28 December 1980 (USA)  »

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$150,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

Noted Broadway costume designer William Ivey Long agreed to do the costumes for the film because he thought his friend, gay porn actor Jack Wrangler, was playing Dracula. He worked on the film for a week before he found out that Jamie Gillis and not Wrangler was to play Dracula, so he quit, although his name still remains on the credits. See more »

Quotes

[while biting her "exotically" after she stabs him]
Count Dracula: Can you type?
Vita Valdez: [mumbling] Yes...
Count Dracula: Excellent. How fast?
Vita Valdez: [in a pleasurable last voice before dying] Fifty words a minute.
Count Dracula: Marvelous.
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This erotic Dracula, doesn't really fly
5 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

Certainly DE is something different. A horror movie with a twist of porn, and Gillis who's weak portrayal of our fiendish villain is about convincing as mummy doing the role. But this is expected as when watching adult stars try to be cool or do parody's of other films, stars. It's fun watching them attempt this. By any feat, DE isn't a masterpiece, but shows initiative in it's story. Of course, the horror whatever doesn't hide the fact it's just another sex romp from our adult stars, and like their other movies, there's humour here too, only less of it. The opening in the castle where an orgy is taking place, I was somewhat visually appreciative, but the story becomes sometimes hard to follow, and spends too much time in the mire with sex scenes, but really this is what was intended. But I like movies like this that pretend to be different, like the mafia drama Bound, which it's twist was lesbianism. The problem with DE, was it's story got lost here and there, or was disjointed. The oral scene with Eric Edwards in the porno theatre was funny as was the scene with the same female agent parading as a pig tailed young girl, about to snuff out the dirty old Albanian, my favourite scene, and kinky too. Below par, really.


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