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Love at First Bite (13-Apr-1979)

Director: Stan Dragoti

Writer: Robert Kaufman

From novel: Dracula by Bram Stoker

Keywords: Horror/Comedy, Vampire, New York

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Benjamin
Actor
22-May-1938   Westworld
George Hamilton
Actor
12-Aug-1939   Well-tanned celebrity
Sherman Hemsley
Actor
1-Feb-1938 24-Jul-2012 George Jefferson on The Jeffersons
Susan Saint James
Actor
14-Aug-1946   Wife in McMillan and Wife
Arte Johnson
Comic
20-Jan-1929   Veddy interestink
Isabel Sanford
Actor
29-Aug-1917 9-Jul-2004 Louise Jefferson on The Jeffersons
Ronnie Schell
Actor
23-Dec-1931   Duke Slater on Gomer Pyle, USMC
Dick Shawn
Actor
1-Dec-1923 17-Apr-1987 Inventor of the "high five"
Susan Tolsky
Actor
6-Apr-1943   Biddie on Here Come the Brides

REVIEWS

Review by Donna M. Zajac (posted on 12-Oct-2007)

Great spoof of Dracula. George was handsome and funny and I loved the dance scene at the disco with Susan St. James when they played "I Love The Nightlife" by Alicia Bridges. That song made the movie for me. Then they released the movie to video and dvd. Well, they decided that they couldn't use the song for whatever reason, probably legal mumbo jumbo, but that killed it for me. They replaced that song with some nondescript music and that upset me so much that I returned the dvd to the dealer I purchased it from and he was nice enough to understand my anger and disappointment regarding the film and returned my money. Otherwise, it was fun to watch.


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