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Beverly Hills Vamp (1989)

Director: Fred Olen Ray

Writer: Ernest D. Farino

Music by: Chuck Cirino

Producer: Grant Austin Waldman

Keywords: Horror/Comedy, Vampire, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michelle Bauer
Pornstar
1-Oct-1958   Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers
Eddie Deezen
Actor
6-Mar-1957   Mr. Potato Head in Wargames
Britt Ekland
Actor
6-Oct-1942   The Man with the Golden Gun
Pat McCormick
Comic
30-Jun-1927 29-Jul-2005 Smokey and the Bandit
Robert Quarry
Actor
3-Nov-1925 20-Feb-2009 Count Yorga, Vampire

CAST

starring
Eddie Deezen   ...   Kyle Carpenter
Tim Conway, Jr.   ...   Brock
Jay Richardson   ...   Aaron Pendleton
Michelle Bauer   ...   Kristina
also starring
Tom Shell   ...   Russell
Debra Lamb   ...   Jessica
Jillian Kesner   ...   Claudia
Ralph Lucas   ...   Balthazar
Brigitte Burdine   ...   Molly
Tony Lorea   ...   Sgt. Kelton
special guest stars
Robert Quarry   ...   Fr. Ferraro
Dawn Wildsmith   ...   Sherry Santa Monica
and
Britt Ekland   ...   Madam Cassandra
featuring
Pat McCormick   ...   Prof. Sommerset
Caryle Waldman   ...   Cleaning Lady
Susan Olar   ...   Nurse
Greta Gibson   ...   Screen Test Starlet
Steve Barrett   ...   Police Officer #1
Bob Eggbert   ...   Police Officer #2
Steve Carter   ...   Police Officer #3
Jeffrey Hogue   ...   Police Chief
Linda Haney   ...   California Girl #1
Sharon Scott   ...   California Girl #2
Sandy Newlands   ...   California Girl #3

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