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Blood of Dracula's Castle (1967)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Horror
Release Date:January 1, 1967
Running time:84 minutes
Cast:John Carradine, Paula Raymond, Alexander D'Arcy, Robert Dix, Gene O'Shane
Director:Al Adamson
Producer:Martin B. Cohen, Samuel M. Sherman
Writer:Rex Carlton
Distributor:Crown International Pictures

Description: Dracula carries on his blood-drinking tradition in modern-day California, joined by his bride in a castle into which an unsuspecting couple have just moved. (Talk about incompatible roomies!) The Count and Countess (Alex D'Arcy & Paula Raymond) abduct a smorgasbord of cuties in miniskirts and go-go boots and chain them up in the castle dungeon for later consumption. John Carradine loiters about this Al Adamson non-masterpiece on his way to an easy paycheck, though he does not actually assay the role of Dracula, playing instead a small part as the Count's butler. Unbelievably, the cinematography on this ultra-cheapie is credited to acclaimed DP Laszlo Kovacs. Well-photographed by Laszlo Kovacs, the film is still notoriously dreadful and includes far too much stock footage of Sea World along with the usual deadly Adamson pacing. Some versions feature additional violent footage involving a rampaging werewolf. Trivia buffs will note that Paula Raymond's role as the Countess was originally intended for Jayne Mansfield.~ Cavett Binion, All Movie Guide

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