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Dracula vs. Frankenstein (7-Aug-1972)

Director: Al Adamson

Writers: William Pugsley; Samuel M. Sherman

Music Score Composed and Conducted by: William Lava

Producers: Al Adamson; John Van Horn

Keywords: Horror, Vampire, Frankenstein

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Forrest J. Ackerman
Author
24-Nov-1916 4-Dec-2008 Mr. Science Fiction
Lon Chaney, Jr.
Actor
10-Feb-1906 12-Jul-1973 The Wolf Man
Jim Davis
Actor
26-Aug-1909 26-Apr-1981 Jock Ewing on Dallas
Anthony Eisley
Actor
19-Jan-1925 20-Jan-2003 Tracy Steele on Hawaiian Eye
J. Carrol Naish
Actor
21-Jan-1896 24-Jan-1973 Sahara
Russ Tamblyn
Actor
30-Dec-1934   Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

CAST

Starring
J. Carrol Naish   ...   Dr. Frankenstein
Lon Chaney, Jr.   ...   Groton
Anthony Eisley   ...   Mike
Regina Carrol   ...   Judith
Greydon Clark   ...   Strange
Angelo Rossitto   ...   Grazbo
Anne Morrell   ...   Samantha
William Bonner   ...   Biker
Special Guest Stars
Russ Tamblyn   ...   Rico
Jim Davis   ...   Sgt. Martin
Introducing
Zandor Vorkov   ...   Count Dracula
John Bloom   ...   The Monster
Shelly Weiss   ...   The Creature
Forrest J. Ackerman   ...   Dr. Beaumont
Maria Lease   ...   Joan
Bruce Kimball   ...   Extra
Albert Cole   ...   Extra
Gary Kent   ...   Extra
Connie Nelson   ...   Extra
Irv Saunders   ...   Extra
Lu Dorn   ...   Extra
Sean Graver   ...   Extra
Barney Gelfan   ...   Extra

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