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The Vampire Lovers (4-Oct-1970)

Director: Roy Ward Baker

Writers: Harry Fine; Tudor Gates; Michael Style

From story: Carmilla by J. Sheridan Le Fanu

Music Composed by: Harry Robinson

Producers: Harry Fine; Michael Style

Keywords: Horror, Vampire

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dawn Addams
Actor
21-Sep-1930 7-May-1985 A King in New York
George Cole
Actor
22-Apr-1925   Arthur Daley on Minder
Peter Cushing
Actor
26-May-1913 11-Aug-1994 Grand Moff Tarkin in Star Wars
Jon Finch
Actor
2-Mar-1942 28-Dec-2012 Frenzy
Ingrid Pitt
Actor
21-Nov-1937 23-Nov-2010 Countess Dracula
Douglas Wilmer
Actor
8-Jan-1920   Sherlock Holmes

CAST

Ingrid Pitt   ...   Marcilla / Carmilla
George Cole   ...   Morton
Kate O'Mara   ...   Governess
and
Peter Cushing   ...   The General
Also Starring
Ferdy Mayne   ...   Doctor
Douglas Wilmer   ...   Baron Hartog
Madeline Smith   ...   Emma
and Guest Star
Dawn Addams   ...   Countess
With
Jon Finch   ...   Carl Ebhardt
Pippa Steele   ...   Laura
Kirsten Betts   ...   First Vampire
Janet Key   ...   Gretchin
Harvey Hall   ...   Renton
John Forbes-Robertson   ...   Man in Black
Charles Farrell   ...   Landlord
Shelagh Wilcocks   ...   Housekeeper
Graham James   ...   First Young Man
Tom Browne   ...   Second Young Man
Joanna Shelley   ...   Woodman's Daughter
Olga James   ...   Village Girl

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