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Marie is a vampire with a thirst for bad guys. When she fails to properly dispose of one of her victims, a violent mob boss, she bites off more than she can chew and faces a new, immortal... See more »

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Marie
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Lenny
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Gilly
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Tony
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Joe Gennaro
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Sallie (The Shark) Macelli
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Jacko
Tony Lip ...
Frank
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Ray
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Marsh
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Dave Flinton
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Coroner
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U.S. Attorney Sinclair
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Morales
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Emmanuel 'Manny' Bergman
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News Photographer
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Dog Boy
Charlie Gomorra ...
Gorilla
Lamont Arnold ...
Morgue Desk Man
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Coroner's Assistant
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Pathologist
Pitty Jennings ...
Reporter
David Early ...
Reporter
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Stolen Car Man
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Frannie Bergman
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Night Watchman
Bernard Hocke ...
Motel Clerk
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Roma Meats Man
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Paramedic
Marina Durell ...
Nurse
Harry Goins ...
Orderly
Steve Johnson ...
Orderly
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Nurse
Michael Wolk ...
Surgeon
Russ Cochran ...
Panhandler
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Melody Lounge Dancer
Lisa Ann Baker ...
Melody Lounge Dancer
Christina Jiménez ...
Melody Lounge Dancer
Christina Bowers ...
Melody Lounge Dancer
Kim Currow ...
Melody Lounge Dancer
Christina Diaz ...
Melody Lounge Dancer
Kim Melton ...
Melody Lounge Dancer
Robin Place ...
Melody Lounge Dancer
Regan Kerwin ...
Melody Lounge Dancer (as Regina Poole)
Tracy Rolen ...
Melody Lounge Dancer
Tammy Ulm ...
Melody Lounge Dancer
Katrina Witt ...
Melody Lounge Dancer
Maribe Zolli ...
Melody Lounge Dancer
Ron Roth ...
Gus
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Tommy
Jerry Lyden ...
Vinnie
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Cab Driver
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Bus Driver
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tony Amen ...
Bar Patron (uncredited)
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Guy at Gas Station (uncredited)
Lee Joyner ...
Crime Scene Tech (uncredited)
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Melody Lounge Patron (uncredited)
Christian Stavrakis ...
Melody Lounge Patron (uncredited)

Directed by

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John Landis

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Michael Wolk ... (written by)

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Leslie Belzberg ... producer
Lee Rich ... producer
Jonathan Sheinberg ... executive producer
Michael Wolk ... associate producer

Music by

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Ira Newborn

Cinematography by

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Mac Ahlberg

Film Editing by

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Dale Beldin

Editorial Department

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James Andrykowski ... assistant editor
Donah Bassett ... negative cutter
Destiny Borden ... assistant editor
Andrew S. Eisen ... first assistant editor
Mato ... color timer

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Sharon Howard-Field

Production Design by

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Richard Sawyer

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Martin Charles

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Peg Cummings

Costume Design by

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Deborah Nadoolman

Makeup Department

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Ron Berkeley ... makeup artist
Bill Corso ... special makeup effects crew
Scott Coulter ... special makeup effects crew
Robert Kato DeStefan ... special makeup effects crew
Diane Duncan ... special makeup effects crew
Jim Eustermann ... special makeup effects crew: XFX
Eric Fiedler ... special makeup effects crew
Nori Honda ... special makeup effects crew
Steve Johnson ... special makeup effects artist
Leon Laderach ... special makeup effects crew
Leonard MacDonald ... special makeup effects crew
Alan E. Schubert ... hair stylist
Shaun Smith ... special makeup effects crew
Scott Tebeau ... special makeup effects crew
Linda Williams ... additional hair stylist
Dan Platt ... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Paul Deason ... unit production manager
Janet L. Wattles ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Rosemary C. Cremona ... second assistant director
Joanne Keene Hall ... dga trainee
Nicholas Mastandrea ... first assistant director
Susan Pickett ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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John Alvin ... poster artist
Greg Benge ... props
Larry Clark Bird ... property master
Pasquale 'Pat' Buffolino ... lead man
Megan Graham ... art department production assistant
Karl J. Martin ... set designer
John G. Morgan Jr. ... swing
Ralph Roger Pivirotto ... swing
Gerald Scaife ... constructor / set dressing auditor
Ken Scaife ... construction coordinator
Jim Schneider ... second lead set dresser
Natalie Wilson ... art department researcher

Sound Department

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James Beshears ... adr supervisor
C.T.W. ... sound editor
Simon Coke ... sound editor
Richard C. Franklin ... sound editor
Joseph Geisinger ... sound mixer
Doug Hemphill ... re-recording mixer (as D.M. Hemphill)
Doug Jackson ... sound editor
Mary Jo Lang ... foley mixer
Larry Mann ... sound editor
Paul Massey ... re-recording mixer
Robert Morrisey ... assistant sound editor
Thomas J. O'Connell ... adr mixer
John Roesch ... foley artist
Catherine Rowe ... foley artist
Mark Smith ... re-recording mixer
Alicia Stevenson ... foley artist (uncredited)
Carolyn Tapp ... foley recordist (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Syd Dutton ... special effects
Darren Perks ... special effects makeup

Visual Effects by

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Robert Stromberg ... digital matte artist
Bill Taylor ... special visual effects

Stunts

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Brian Avery ... stunts
Joni Avery ... stunts
Rick Avery ... stunt coordinator
Clay Boss ... stunts
Troy Brown ... stunts
Kurt Bryant ... stunts
Timothy Butts ... stunts
Jeff Cadiente ... stunts
Monty Cox ... stunts
Charles Croughwell ... stunts
Mike De Luna ... stunts
Tom Elliott ... stunts
Jeannie Epper ... stunts
Richard Epper ... stunts
Glory Fioramonti ... stunts
Andree Gibbs ... stunts
Andy Gill ... stunts
Marian Green ... stunts
Steve Hulin ... stunts
Keii Johnston ... stunts
Al Jones ... stunts
Buck McDancer ... stunts
Bill McIntosh ... stunts
Brad Orrison ... stunts
Mark Orrison ... stunts
Don Pulford ... stunts
Spiro Razatos ... stunts
Branscombe Richmond ... stunts
Michael J. Sarna ... stunts
Gregg Smrz ... stunts
Merritt Yohnka ... stunts
Joni Avery ... stunt double: Anne Parillaud (uncredited)
Rick Avery ... stunts (uncredited)
Bob Minor ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jim Bridges ... still photographer
Brian 'Buzz' Buzzelli ... grip
Pat Dames ... grip
Eric Dilucente ... video assist
Gregory L. Edwards ... grip
Ray 'Chazz' Edwards ... grip
Bart Flaherty ... best boy rigging grip
Harry Greenberger ... camera production assistant
John Janusek ... key rigging grip
Chris Lugar ... rigging electrician
Charlie Marroquin ... best boy key grip
Rick Marroquin ... dolly grip
Frank McGough ... rigging gaffer
Jean-Pierre Nutini ... electrician
Ethan Phillips ... electrician
Keith Seymour ... grip
Lance Shepherd ... electrician
John P. Shine ... grip
Ted Wiegand ... electric

Casting Department

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Donna Belajac ... casting: Pittsburgh (as Donna M. Belajac)
Charles Matthews ... extras casting
Douglas Wright ... casting coordinator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Louis Infante ... costumer

Location Management

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Robbie Goldstein ... location manager

Music Department

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George Doering ... musician
James Thatcher ... musician: french horn

Transportation Department

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George Bolton ... transportation captain
Mario Simon ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Ray Cervenak ... security captain
Jeffrey Cilley ... production assistant
Christopher Diliscia ... projectionist
Penelope Gottlieb ... title designer
Paula Gregg ... stand-in
Bonnie Haner ... assistant to producer
Thomas Johnston ... script supervisor
Jeanmarie Murphy-Burke ... chief publicist / unit publicist
Steve Parys ... key set production assistant
J. Ben Sykes ... production assistant
Carole Wattles ... production accountant
David H. 'Wino' Weinstein ... additional set production assistant
Jeff Wilber ... production assistant
Bill Daly ... post-production accountant manager (uncredited)
Brian Easterling ... production assistant (uncredited)
Jason Menz ... stand-in (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Marie has two appetites, sex and blood. Her career as a vampire is going along fine until two problems come up, she is interrupted while feeding on Sal (the shark) Macelli and she begins to develope a relationship with the policeman who has been trying to put Sal away. Sal wakes up in the morgue very confused and very thirsty. He goes back to his old haunts and begins to create an organized crime family of vampires while Marie and her policeman lover hunt him. Written by John Vogel

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Taglines The legendary director that brought you "National Lampoon's Animal House", "The Blues Brothers", "An American Werewolf in London", "Trading Places", and "Coming to America" brings you the dark comedy horror film from the undead. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Bloody Marie - Eine Frau mit Biß (Germany)
  • Sangre fresca (Una chica insaciable) (Spain)
  • Nevina krv (Serbia)
  • Bloody Marie - viettelevä vampyyri (Finland)
  • Невинна кръв (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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Runtime
  • 112 min
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Box Office

Budget $20,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The distributors re-titled this film "A French Vampire in America" for international release without informing director John Landis, angering him and causing some confusion when the film was promoted outside the U.S. See more »
Goofs When Manny (in hospital) dies and becomes a vampire, his heart briefly stops, causing the EKG to sound an alarm before it starts beating again. He then wakes up and detaches the EKG leads, which ought to trigger another alarm but does not. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Last of the Mohicans/Innocent Blood/Mr. Saturday Night/Glengarry Glen Ross/Laws of Gravity (1992). See more »
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Crazy Credits The story, all names, characters and incidents portrayed in this production are fictitious. No identification with actual persons, vampires, places, buildings and products is intended or should be inferred. See more »
Quotes [Marie, a vampire, after seeing Mafia types in the paper]
Marie: I was sad, I was starved. It was time to treat myself. Then I though - "What about... Italian!"
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