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Countess Dracula/The Vampire Lovers (1970)

Cast: Ingrid Pitt, Ingrid Pitt, George Cole, more...
Director: Roy Ward Baker, Roy Ward Baker
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Studio: MGM
Genre: Cult, Foreign, Horror, Vampires, Studios, Hammer, UK
Running Time: 184 min.
Languages: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
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Synopsis
This sexy horror story from Britain's Hammer Films finds Ingrid Pitt playing three roles, the most notable being a lesbian vampire who will resort to biting a man only when it is absolutely necessary. A doctor and a manservant are victims, but only after she has exhausted all attempts to sink her fangs into the bosoms of young women. The General (Peter Cushing) finds his daughter Laura (Pippa Steel) is victimized by the bite of the vampiress. With the help of Baron Hartog (Douglas Wilmer), they try to end the horror brought by the blood-sucking beauty. Blood, gore and a few decapitations are depicted before the wooden stakes and crosses are brought out. ~ Dan Pavlides, All Movie Guide

Special Features:

  • Commentary with Ingrid Pitt and the director & screenwriter of each film
  • Theatrical Trailers
  • "Carmilla" excerpts read by Ingrid Pitt (Side B)




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Lesbian Vampires
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Not all lesbian vampire stories are trash. Some of these are, but at least they're fun trash. Others are actually good. I could insert several comments about why lesbian vampires are so common in (more modern?) fiction, but the reasons are too varied.
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